Prospect Park's digital resurrection of long-running soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have found a home on cable TV -- but for now only in the Great White North, not the U.S.
Social change is the name of the game at Participant, which has been producing issue-oriented features and docus since it was founded in 2004.
Disney has inked a multi-year volume deal with Al Jazeera Children's Channel, the pan-Arab free-to-air network that reaches millions of Middle Eastern and North African TV homes.
After two years marked by a difficult advertising economy and the retreat of food advertisers, kids' TV marketers are finally optimistic about a comeback.
Fox is getting into the infomercial business. In an unprecedented move, Fox will program two hours of longform commercials on Saturday mornings starting in January.
Hey kids, you know those people responsible for the entertainment you see? Don't look now, but the prevailing evidence suggests that they think you're stupid.
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