Cable Quality Trumps Many Network Shows

Jun 9, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The quality of many cable-television shows trump that of broadcast-networking programming because cable networks get more time to develop series while networks rely more on reality shows because of the Writers Guild of America strike that ended earlier this year, the New York Times says. AMC, FX and TNT are networks that have developed quality new series as networks such as CBS try to use events such as mixed-martial arts to boost ratings, the newspaper says.
—Danny King

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