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Published: June 2, 2011 at 12:45 AM GMT
Last Updated: July 25, 2011 at 12:45 AM GMT
This week’s Jack Myers Media Business Report publishes detailed forecasts on Broadcast Network Digital Advertising Revenues 2010-2020, plus detailed projections for Online Originated Video Advertising Revenues 2010-2020. Subscribers can access the report at www.jackmyers.com. I share exclusive insights from the report in this week’s Video Media Business Report, available here and through Reuters Insider iPad app, which is available at no cost to all Media Business Report subscribers.
As “General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini, head writer Ron Carlivati and their team proved two weeks ago with their remarkable 52nd anniversary episode – arguably the most creatively ambitious hour of daytime drama ever produced – nothing is impossible in the soap opera arena. They somehow managed to expand the collective history of many of the show’s primary and secondary characters – dating all the way back to the very first episode in April 1963 – without actually rewriting any of it, something far too many reckless soap opera writers have been allowed to do over the years. I am still stunned (in a good way) by what I saw and the “new” story of Luke Spencer has continued to play out, including revelations made just a few episodes ago about Luke’s relationships with mobsters Frank Smith and Sonny Corinthos.Read More
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