A&E has spent the last six months on a movie-buying binge, locking up exclusive cable windows to such titles as "Erin Brockovich," "Shakespeare in Love" and "The Hours."
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With titles such as "Pride and Prejudice," "Horatio Hornblower" and "Shackleton" as evidence, A&E's success with its Brit co-productions is due to careful, time-consuming preparation.
Not exactly material that would seem suited for the History Channel, "Breaking Vegas" is the story of MIT students who made millions.
When Abbe Raven became executive vice president and general manager of A&E in fall 2002, she had a challenge on her hands with the "Biography" series that was somewhat akin to retrofitting the QE2.
Reality TV on A&E will be free of bug munching, backstabbing and soulmate searching. But there will be mortuary loitering.
After a hard day of womanizing, extortion and violence, Tony Soprano relaxes with his feet up and the History Channel on the tube.
Information-based programming and documentaries have found new life thanks to DVD, and so has A&E's homevid unit.
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