There's no shortage of faith in the TV realm this year, which has yielded a bumper crop of new cable channels.
From the September 10, 2013 issue of Variety
New York University's Tisch School of the Arts is famed for its MBA/MFA program, which has churned out several Oscar winners. Ang Lee, Spike Lee and Martin Scorsese are all alums.
Studio executives are very talented at running for cover. Hence when a movie tanks it's often impossible to determine who gave it the greenlight.
TV marketing execs are devising dozens of ideas to introduce new series and convince the public not only to sample them but to stick around.
For students at Chapman's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, those pivotal experiences on set are happening not only a few blocks down the main campus drag, but also as many as 8,000 miles away.
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