Catching the next wave

Hall, Wendy Jackson
January 2002
Variety;1/14/2002 Supplement, Vol. 385 Issue 8, p25
Trade Publication
Interviews several television executives and producers in the U.S. about children's programming in the U.S. television. Selection of television program time slots; Assessment of the behavior of children; Information on children as television audience; Different animated program shown in the U.S.


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