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NBC Entertainment (CMCSA) president Jennifer Salke says management at the network has two years...

NBC Entertainment (CMCSA) president Jennifer Salke says management at the network has two years to turn around its primetime schedule to pull itself out of its ratings morass. New shows on the network will be promoted on The Voice but will then need to stand on their own, notes the exec.
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  • Nestvman
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    Unfortunately, They are killing the Goose that has laid their golden eggs (The Voice). They took a very good show as was evident by the rare ratings success and have since over extended and over-hyped this product with every kind product of placement and commercial overload imaginable. Don't get me wrong I'm a Comcast & GE shareholder as well as a TV Sales Executive, so no one more than me wants and needs to generate revenue. Let's be honest, this show should have concluded when the May Sweeps or certainly no later than the week following. Yet here we are Mid-June and the show still goes on while losing viewers like me, my wife and my Teen age daughters. Therefore, how could anyone be surprised of the ratings slide. The question they should be asking is, will me and my family return to the show's next edition...Maybe not.
    NestvMan
    14 Jun 2013, 12:38 PM Reply Like
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