Articles Tagged ‘Fall TV 2012’


Shaw brings Big Brother north

The media co is launching a Canadian version of the reality show on Slice.


Global focuses on 10 p.m. for fall

Shaw Media has announced a renewed focus on Thursday night programming for the channel, buying bigger than it did last year.


Citytv gunning for number two nationally: Pelley

The media co will be simulcasting New Girl and The Middle across all platforms as part of one CPM buy this fall.


Upfronts 2012: The social hits

The rundown on what new shows have garnered the most social media buzz, with data from Networked Insights.


Upfronts 2012: Robin Legassicke on the CW’s USP

The Maxus Canada group director ends the week at the youth-targeted presentation.


Upfronts 2012: What’s back, what’s not

Check out the holes left by non-returning US shows in the Canadian schedules, as execs head to LA to buy up new programs.


Upfronts 2012: Bailey Wilson recaps the week

UM’s manager of broadcast investments runs down the sales pitches and new shows from the US networks.


Upfronts 2012: Helena Shelton takes in the CW’s new shows

The PHD EVP goes with the Cult pick on the last day of the New York City TV presentations.


Upfronts 2012: Robin Legassicke on CBS’s number one status

The US network has created a new group to capitalize on digital, but the main focus remains the TV screen, says the Maxus Canada group director.


Upfronts 2012: Helena Shelton picks a CBS hit

The PHD EVP details the network’s four new shows from the New York City presentation, and chooses the one she thinks will be a winner.


Upfronts 2012: Helena Shelton on ABC’s new offerings

From aliens who leak green goo, to Nashville singing stars, the PHD EVP gives MiC the good, the bad and the strange from day two at the upfronts.


Upfronts 2012: Robin Legassicke gets multi-platform at ABC

The Maxus Canada group director takes in the day two upfront, and discusses the network’s new multi-screen CPM model.


Blog: Shelton at the upfronts

Helena Shelton, EVP trading and accountability, PHD pans Fox’s new comedies on day one of the upfronts.


Blog: Legassicke at the upfronts

Robin Legassicke, group director, Maxus Canada has high hopes for Fox comedies, but predicts an early NBC cancellation.


The CBC is first out of the gate with its fall slate

Alan Dark, exec director at CBC’s Revenue Group, tells MiC the pubcaster wanted to beat industry fatigue by getting its 2012-2013 preview out before the NYC upfronts.