Defining Television Through Quality Programming

Jun 14, 2017  •  Post A Comment

Acclaimed television programs such as “The Americans,” “This Is Us,” “Sons of Anarchy” and “Big Little Lies” were in the spotlight at this month’s ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas — an event that bills itself as “TV camp for grown-ups.”

Among those who shared their insights into what’s behind quality programming — and for that matter, what defines a television network — were TV heavyweights including Jennifer Salke of NBC, Casey Bloys and Kathleen McCaffrey of HBO, Craig Erwich of Hulu, Gary Levine of Showtime, Nick Grad of FX, Nick Hall of Amazon Studios, Grant Gish of Marvel Television, Bryan Seabury of CBS Television Studios and Karey Burke of Freeform, along with creators, directors, actors and producers including Paris Barclay, Adam Arkin, Kurt Sutter, Joel Field, Graham Yost, Joe Weisberg, Ronald D. Moore, Milo Ventimiglia and Ken Olin.

TVWeek Open Mic writer Hillary Atkin took it all in, and provides an in-depth roundup of the event’s biggest insights from some of the most accomplished people working in television today.

Please click here to read Hillary’s report.

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