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Making the case for curating weekend TV on TV Newscheck

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Appreciate Michael of TVNewsCheck for asking my “humble opinions” about the present and future of syndicated TV. Can broadcast TV be saved? Absolutely. What will save it? A blend of creative solutions from local to regional and national. It begins by inviting more raw, talented creatives from streaming, social media, indie TV & film, etc., to the broadcast platform and then encouraging a healthy eco-system by curating even fringe periods and by showing love (more runs, better timeslots) to good story-telling producers creating unique content, and winnowing out the bad story-tellers and profiteers. A good show is a good show. We simply need more good, watchable content in good timeslots. The money will follow.

Talking TV: Making The Case For Syndies’ Longevity from TVNewsCheck on Vimeo.

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