Monday, January 28, 2008

NBC Ends Pilots, Other Nets May Too

Jeff Zucker, the chief executive of NBC Universal, said Tuesday the broadcaster was moving to save as much as $50 million a year by reducing its reliance on expensive pilots of new series on the NBC television channel.
Other networks are making similar calculations. A senior executive at one of NBC’s competitors said Tuesday that “we will definitely do fewer pilots than we have before.” This executive, who asked not to be identified because the network has yet to make its plans public, added that it had cut the number of scripts ordered for next season in half
(from The New York Times).


You should follow me on instagram here and twitter here.
Subscribe to the feed

this posted by David August at 9:43 AM 

comments: Post a Comment

<< Home