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Good morning. It’s Wednesday, August 22, 2012, and this is your first early morning briefing.

Tonight’s Premieres:
Nat Geo WILD: Dangerous Encounters  Backyard Monsters at 8p
National Geographic Channel: Abandoned at 9p
Discovery Channel: Dirty Jobs Down Under with Mike Rowe at 10p

Tonight’s Finale:
ABC: NY Med at 10p



A shift is happening in late-night on ABC beginning January 8 as Jimmy Kimmel Live will move to 1135p.  This move will put Jimmy Kimmel Live in direct competition against The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC and CBS’ Late Show with David Letterman.  ABC’s Nightline will then shift to 1235a.  The moves are also timed to happen following promotions included in ABC’s Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest and ESPN’s Bowl Championship Series which concludes with the National Championship Game on January 7.  In addition, Nightline will expand its programming with a move into primetime on Friday nights at 9p starting March 1.  The ABC News series, What Would You Do? will also have a spot on the network’s schedule.

Also for ABC, it is being reported Michael Strahan will become the new co-host of LIVE! working with Kelly Ripa.  Strahan is expected to keep his role with Fox NFL Sunday, according to The Los Angeles Times.  The morning show on ABC has been without a permanent co-host for Ripa since Regis Philbin left the show in November 2011.  Strahan has been one of the numerous guest co-hosts since then.  ABC has not made this news official. 

NBC’s comedy series The Office will end after the upcoming ninth season said executive producer Greg Daniels yesterday.  Daniels headed the series during its first five seasons and will return as showrunner for the final season.  Daniels further said the final season will have “familiar faces coming back” as well as two new characters in Jake Lacy and Clark Duke and a conclusion that will answer the series-long questions.  The Office’s final season debuts September 20 at 9p.

To promote its new drama series Elementary, premiering September 27 at 10p, CBS is partnering with Grubwithus in a promotion that connects people at Sherlock-themed dinners held at English pubs and restaurants in 10 cities across the nation.  Sherlock fans will receive a preview DVD of Elementary in advance of their dining experience.  The Sherlock-themed dinners will happen September 13 in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, Seattle, Atlanta and Dallas.  More details can be found at:

Veteran actor, Dick Van Dyke will receive the SAG Life Achievement Award for his career achievements and humanitarian accomplishments.  Van Dyke will be presented with this award at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards airing live on TNT and TBS January 27 at 8p.  A winner of five Emmys, a Tony Award and a Grammy, Van Dyke is best known as star of the 1960s comedy series The Dick Van Dyke Show and the film classic Mary Poppins.

National Geographic Channel premieres the new nine-episode series Family Guns September 12 at 10p.  The series introduces viewers to father-son duo Christian and Alex Cranmer who trek around the world in search of military antiquities to sell at their business, International Military Antiques.  Family Guns is produced for NGC by Firecracker Films.

A new Travel Channel original series, Dangerous Grounds follows coffee magnate and adventurer Todd Carmichael as he criss-crosses the globe in pursuit of rare coffee beans in some of the most remote places in the world.  Dangerous Grounds bows November 5 at 10p and following the premiere moves to its regular time slot of Tuesdays at 9p starting November 13. The premiere episode will also air following the series finale of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.  The eight-episode, one-hour series is produced Nancy Glass Productions for Travel Channel.

Veria Living is bringing back dog trainer to the stars, Tyson Kilmer as host of the series Natural Companions.  The new season of Natural Companions begins September 9 at 7p and highlights stories about people and their pets, holistic tips and advice on pet care topics such as nutrition, grooming, general wellness and the emotional health and exercise of pets. 

Later this fall, VH1 brings back a trio of installments of its original music franchise, VH1 Storytellers which profiles artists and features their live performances.  Spotlighted artists during three back-to-back nights include Taylor Swift on November 11 at 11p; Alicia Keys on November 12 at 11p; and Pink on November 13 at 11p.

A fourth season of Debmar-Mercury’s The Wendy Willliams Show will launch in national syndication September 10 in hi-def.  In store for the show’s new season are set enhancements using Williams’ signature colors of pink and purple.  The daytime talk show also received market upgrades in San Francisco, Miami, Denver, Kansas City, Fresno and Greenville, SC/Asheville, NC.

BBC America’s first original scripted series Copper launched on Sunday and has become the network’s highest-rated series premiere ever.  The debut of Copper at 10p tallied 1.1 million total viewers and more than half a million A25-54 viewers.  Copper is produced by Cineflix Inc. in association with BBC America.  

New reality series R&B Divas on TV One delivered the most-watched original premiere in the history of the network on Monday.   The debut episode posted a 0.76 rating and 479,000 viewers among A25-54 as well as close to 900,000 total viewers.  R&B Divas, produced by Thinkfactory Media airs on Mondays at 10p.

Also on Monday, VH1’s season finale of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta delivered a series high rating with the A18-49 viewers at 2.4.  The 8p season ender also drew 3.7 million total viewers at 8p and the 10p encore brought in another 1.8 million total viewers for a combined total of 5.5 million viewers for the night.  

The summer finale of Bunheads aired Monday on ABC Family and attracted 1.5 million total viewers; 750,000 with A18-49 and 577,000 among W18-49. 



This September, weekly series Bloopers launches in national syndication from Dick Clark Productions and Trifecta Entertainment & Media.  Hosted by Dean Cain, the program will air in two back-to-back half-hour episodes and has been cleared on TV stations in more than 90% of the US.  Tribune and Local stations airing Bloopers include WPIX/New York, KTLA/Los Angeles, WGN/Chicago, KDAF/Dallas, WDCW/Washington, DC, KIAH/Houston, KCPQ-KZJO/Seattle, WSFL/Miami and WJW/Cleveland.  Bloopers will additionally air on Tribune’s WGN America.  Other station groups picking up the show are Sinclair Broadcast Group for WTTA/Tampa, WUCW/Minneapolis, WPGH-WPMY/Pittsburgh and WBFF-WNUV/Baltimore; the station groups CBS, Raycom, Lin, Newport, Gannett, Belo, Weigel, Meredith and Gray also picked up the series.  Trifecta Entertainment & media is also involved with all ad sales for Bloopers.




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FOX handed a pilot production commitment to an untitled comedy project from Mike Schur and Dan Goor (Parks and Recreation).  The project, which was fought over by multiple networks, is described as a detective comedy set inside the NYPD which will be produced by U TV and 3 Arts Entertainment.  Goor and Schur are co-writers on the script and they will executive produce along with David Miner. 

A new version of the classic TV series, Have Gun – Will Travel was handed a script deal by CBS with writer David Mamet on board as writer and EP along with non-writing EP Elliott Webb.  If the pilot is ordered, Mamet will also direct.  Have Gun – Will Travel originally ran on CBS from 1957-1963 starring Richard Boone.  CBS TV Studios is producing the new version. 

Production on TLC’s new series Vegas High Rollers (wt) has begun in Las Vegas.  The series follows five high-powered women who operate influential businesses in Vegas.  TLC ordered eight one-hour episodes produced by Evolution Media.  The network has tentatively slated the series to bow in December.

Dallas Roberts, who most recently appeared on CBS’ The Good Wife as Juliana Margulies’ brother, landed a role on AMC’s The Walking Dead, per EW.  Roberts will play the smart right-hand man of David Morrissey’s Governor character.  The third season of The Walking Dead opens on AMC October 14.





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Top Ten Ad-Supported Basic Cable Network Performance among A18-49 for the week of: 8/13-8/19/12
Primetime    (000)        Total Pgm Day     (000)
USA             1044         ADSM*                674
TBSC             886         DISC                   451                    
DISC              866          NICK                  437                     
HIST              819          NAN*                 429
TNT               812         HIST                  427
AEN               716          TNT                  419
ADSM            708         ESPN                  418
ESPN             702         USA                   416
FX                666         AEN                    408
LIF               559         TBSC                   394
Source: Turner Research from The Nielsen Company data.
All ratings based on Total US Television Universe of 114,700,000 homes.
* = Network broadcasts less than 51% of minutes in a 24 hour day.
Notes: Data based on most currently available Nielsen data stream; Preliminary: Live+SD. Primetime is Mon-Sat 8P-11P and Sun 7P-11P. Total day is Mon-Sun 6A-6A for household and demographic performance.

Top Ten Ad-Supported Basic Cable Network Performance among Total Viewers for the week of: 8/13-8/19/12  
Primetime    (000)      Total Pgm Day            (000)
USA              2941        NICK                       1892
TNT              2542        TOON                      1376
HIST             2129        ADSM*                    1281
FOXN            1981        FOXN                      1148
TBSC            1607        USA                         1128
ESPN            1572        HIST                        1070
DISC            1560        TNT                         1064
AEN              1500        NAN*                        987
ADSM           1456         AEN                         836
FX               1339        ESPN                         812
Source: Turner Research from The Nielsen Company data.
All ratings based on Total US Television Universe of 114,700,000 homes.
* = Network broadcasts less than 51% of minutes in a 24 hour day.
Notes: Data based on most currently available Nielsen data stream; Preliminary: Live+SD. Primetime is Mon-Sat 8P-11P and Sun 7P-11P. Total day is Mon-Sun 6A-6A for household and demographic performance.

Top 10 Cable Programs among A18-49 (000) for the week of: 8/13-8/19/12
ESPN    Dallas/Oakland                           2794
VH1      Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta           2282
USA      WWE Entertainment 10p             2116
TNT      The Closer                                2025
MTV     Teen Mom Season 4                    2005
USA      WWE Entertainment 9p               1986
HIST     Pawn Stars                              1963
ESPN    NASCAR Sprint Cup                    1862
USA      WWE Entertainment 8p               1800
BRAV    Real Housewives of New Jersey     1792
HIST     Counting Cars                           1792
Source: Turner Research from Nielsen Media Research Data.
All ratings based on Total US Television
Universe of 114,700,000 home; Ranked by Delivery (000); Preliminary: Live+SD

Top 10 Broadcast Programs among A18-49 rating/share and (000) for the week of 8/13-8/19/12
NBC    NFL Pre-Season                                     3.2/9               4063
NBC    America’s Got Talent  TUE                       2.8/8                3528
FOX    Hell’s Kitchen  MON                                2.7/7                3481
CBS    Big Brother 14  SUN                               2.4/7                3041
FOX    MasterChef  TUE                                   2.4/7                3086
NBC    America’s Got Talent  WED                      2.3/6                2901
CBS    Big Brother 14  THU                               2.2/7                2866
CBS    The Big Bang Theory                             2.1/8                2731
CBS    Big Brother 14  WED                              2.1/7                2709
FOX    Hotel Hell                                            2.1/7                2696
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Galaxy Explorer, Live + SD Data

Broadcast Evening News Weekly Average Ratings (week of August 13, 2012)
NBC:     7.81 million total viewers; 1.8/7 and 2.17 million A25-54
ABC:     7.04 million total viewers; 1.5/6 and 1.76 million A25-54
CBS:     5.52 million total viewers; 1.3/5 and 1.62 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI Total Viewers and A25-54 Live+SD

Saturday A18-49 Analysis:  ABC slipped in a narrow win Saturday at 0.7/3 with the A18-49 viewers, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen.  At 8p, FOX’s double repeat Cops episodes averaged a top-rated 0.7/3 followed by ABC’s Saturday Movie of the Week at 0.6/2.  ABC then moved up to first place during 9p with its Saturday Movie of the Week at 1.0/3 and CBS’ Crimetime Saturday encore was next at 0.7/2.  It was CBS’ turn in the winner’s circle at 10p as a 48 Hours Mystery rerun did best at 0.8/3 and Univision’s Sabado Gigante was a step behind at 0.7/2.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Saturday, August 18, 2012  time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 2.4/5               Crimetime Saturday 1.9/4, Crimetime Saturday [r] 2.4/4, 48 Hours Mystery [r] 3.0/6

ABC: 2.2/4                ABC Saturday Movie of the Week: The Devil Wears Prada [r] 2.2/4, Castle [r] 2.3/4

FOX: 1.3/2               Cops [r] 1.6/3, Cops 2 [r] 1.7/3, Mobbed [r] 0.9/2

NBC: 1.1/2               America’s Got Talent [r] 1.2/2, Stars Earn Stripes [r] 1.0/2

UNIV: 1.1/2             Sabado Gigante 1.1/2

ION: 0.5/1               Psych Sat 8P 0.4/1, Psych Sat 9P 0.4/1, Psych Sat 10P 0.6/1

TELE: 0.4/1              Cine Millonario: Night at the Museum 0.4/1

TF: 0.2/0                 Liga Mexicana Saturday: Santos vs. Unam 0.3/1, Cineplex 3 Sat [r] 0.2/0

A18-49:  ABC 0.7/3, CBS 0.7/2, FOX 0.6/2, UNIV 0.6/2, NBC 0.5/2, TELE 0.4/1, ION 0.2/1, TF 0.2/1

Sunday A18-49 Analysis:  NBC took top honors Sunday with the A18-49 viewers at 2.7/8, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen.  Starting out, NBC’s Dateline won at 1.2/4 followed by a tie for #2 between America’s Funniest Home Videos repeat and CBS’ 60 Minutes encore at 1.1/4 each.  NBC’s ratings surged during 8p with the NFL Pre-season game at 3.2/10 and CBS’ Big Brother trailed in second place at 2.4/7.  NBC continued to see ratings gains at 9p with more of the NFL Pre-season game at 3.6/10 and FOX took second place with double Family Guy repeats at an average of 1.9/5.  NBC’s ratings may have dipped some during the 10p hour though NBC polished off a clean sweep with its NFL Pre-season game at 2.8/8 and ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition season finale was next at 1.3/4.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Sunday, August 19, 2012 time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

NBC: 5.3/9           Dateline 3.2/6, NBC NFL Pre-season: Indianapolis at Pittsburgh 6.0/10

CBS: 3.7/6             60 Minutes [r] 5.3/10, Big Brother 3.9/7, The Good Wife [r] 2.5/4, The Mentalist [r] 3.1/5

ABC: 2.3/4            America’s Funniest Home Video [r] 2.9/5, Once Upon a Time [r] 1.8/3, Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition 2.3/4

FOX: 1.7/3            American Dad [r] 1.1/2, The Cleveland Show [r] 1.2/2, The Simpsons [r] 1.7/3, The Simpsons [r] 1.9/3, Family Guy [r] 2.1/3, Family Guy [r] 2.3/4

UNIV: 1.6/3           Amor Prohibido 1.3/2, Pequenos Gigantes 2 Sun 1.8/3, Sal y Pimienta 1.5/3

ION: 0.5/1             Flashpoint [r] 0.4/1, Sunday 8PM Movie: I Spy [r] 0.4/1, Leverage Sun 10P [r] 0.5/1

TF: 0.4/1               Cine de Las Estrel Sun [r] 0.3/1, Cine de Las Estrel Sun 2 0.4/1

TELE: 0.4/1           Marav Mundo de Disney: Bolt 0.3/1, Fest Regreso Colegio III: The Lion King 0.5/1

A18-49:  NBC 2.7/8, FOX 1.4/4, CBS 1.2/3, ABC 1.0/3, UNIV 1.0/3, TELE 0.4/1, TF 0.3/1, ION 0.2/1

Monday A18-49 Analysis:  FOX cooked up a win Monday posting a 2.3/6 with the A18-49 demo, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen.  At 8p, FOX’s Hotel Hell topped with a 2.0/6 followed by two comedy reruns on CBS – How I Met Your Mother and 2 Broke Girls at an average of 1.4/4.  FOX remained #1 during 9p with a 2.6/7 for Hell’s Kitchen and more repeat comedies on CBS came next with the average of 2 Broke Girls and Mike & Molly at 1.6/4.  NBC then had the final win at 10p with a new episode of Grimm at 1.7/5 and Univision came next with Amor Bravio at 1.1/3.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Monday, August 20, 2012  time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 3.3/5              How I Met Your Mother [r] 2.7/5, 2 Broke Girls [r] 3.0/5, 2 Broke Girls [r] 3.5/5, Mike & Molly [r] 3.4/5, Hawaii Five-O [r] 3.6/6

FOX: 3.3/5             Hotel Hell 3.1/5, Hell’s Kitchen 3.5/6


NBC: 2.8/5              America’s Got Talent [r] 3.1/5, Stars Earn Stripes 2.2/3, Grimm 3.0/5

ABC: 2.4/4              The Bachelor Pad 2.8/5, The Glass House 1.4/2

UNIV: 1.9/3            Por Ella Soy Eva 1.7/3, Abismo de Pasion 2.1/3, Amor Bravio 1.6/3

ION: 0.8/1              Criminal Minds [r] 0.7/1, Criminal Minds [r] 0.8/1, Criminal Minds [r] 0.8/1

TELE: 0.8/1             Rosa Diamante 0.8/1, Corazon Valiente 0.8/1, Pablo Escobar: El Patron del Mal 1.0/2, El Rostro de la Venganza 0.6/1

CW: 0.4/1               Remodeled [r] 0.4/1, Remodeled-ENC 0.4/1

TF: 0.3/0                Cineplex Mon [7p start r] 0.3/1, Cineplex 2 Mon [r] 0.3/0

A18-49:  FOX 2.3/6, CBS 1.3/4, NBC 1.3/4, UNIV 1.3/4, ABC 1.1/3, TELE 0.6/2, ION 0.3/1, TF 0.3/1, CW 0.2/1





Bounce TV tapped Billy Hall in the newly-minted role as EVP/Programming and Production where he will supervise all scheduling, program planning, acquisitions, operations and original production for the network.  In his new role, Billy reports to Jonathan Katz, Bounce TV’s COO.  Billy joins Bounce TV from Turner Entertainment Networks, Inc.

Telepictures Productions upped David McGuire to EVP/Current Programming.  In his new role, David will continue to manage all facets of programming for Telepictures’ current slate of shows that include The Ellen DeGeneres Show, TMZ, Judge Mathis and The People’s Court as well as the new interactive game show, Let’s Ask America debuting on Scripps stations this fall.  David is also involved with creating brand extensions and works with the development team to identify new talent and platforms among other duties. He continues to report to Hilary Estey McLoughlin, President. 

Shine America moved Chris Culvenor into the new role as SVP/Development.  Chris has been with Shine America’s sister company Shine Australia and now at the Los Angeles-based office will oversee daily unscripted development while reporting to Shine America President Eden Gaha.  Furthermore, Christie McConnell joined Shine America as VP/Development.  Christie joins from Stephen David Entertainment where she was VP/Development since 2010. 

Former FUEL TV executive, Lorey Zlotnick was named SVP/Marketing at Outdoor Channel.  Lorey will head and execute all marketing and branding efforts on behalf of the network and its multiplatform assets.  Based in Los Angeles, Lorey will report to Tom Hornish, President/CEO.

David Schaefer, formerly with Discovery Communications, will head to Golf Channel in the newly-created role as VP/Communications.  David will oversee the network’s communications team working closely with Dan Higgins and Jeremy Friedman.  He will report to Golf Channel President Mike McCarley and be located at the network’s studios in Orlando.

After more than 25 years with ABC News, Senior Executive Producer Jon Banner will be departing the network and the news business.  Jon will join PepsiCo’s Global Communications Team as SVP/Global Strategy and Planning.  Jon has been involved with ABC News’ World News and This Week and succeeding him will be Senior Executive Producer Marc Burstein who will lead the network’s political coverage as well as Special Events until a new Executive Producer is named.

National Geographic Channel (NGC) promoted Michael Mavretic to Senior Director/Global Development, reporting to Kevin Mohs, VP/Production and Development. NGC in addition advanced Emily Cooper to Director/Ad Sales Marketing and Product Integration, reporting to Josh King, VP/Ad Sales Marketing.




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FALL INTERNSHIP CREDITS ONLYJigsaw Prods NYC: Assist producers @ Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney’s prod co. Major/minor in film, TV, media or journalism a +. Submit resume/cover letter to [email protected] (8/23)

FALL INTERNSHIP CREDITS ONLY: Non-Fiction TV Dev. Internship (NYC): Major TV Prod Co seeking CREATIVE INTERNS interested in reality TV and motivated to research, write and develop new ideas for TV series.Res/cov let:[email protected] (8/22)

SITUATION WANTED ADS, POSTED BY THOSE LOOKING TO BE HIRED… There is no charge for placing your Situation Wanted ad… for more information contact Trish Pihonak at [email protected].

SITUATION WANTED: SPUNKY REALITY PROD.(Field & Post); wears many hats; NBC, Disc, Life, CMT, A&E, VH1, Outdoor Ch; strings out on AVID and Final Cut; shoots; avail. To travel. [email protected] (8/29)

SITUATION WANTED: SALES PLANNER/PLANNING MANAGER/NYC: Experienced planner has strong background in TV planning and 2 yrs in digital planning. Handled inventory management and stewardship analysis. Excellent references. [email protected] (8/24)

SITUATION WANTED: ASST. MEDIA BUYER/CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Loves the challenge of creating an ad campaign from start to finish. Proficient in SBMS and other Media Buying services. Email: [email protected] (8/24)

SITUATION WANTED: ASSISTANT OR APPRENTICE EDITOR (NY tri-state area): Mastery of Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects. Editing exp across genres including digital, corporate & indie film. Open to all opportunities. [email protected] (8/22)

SITUATION WANTED:  NYC, Frfld, Wstchstr counties. Experienced SALES, BIZ DEV PRO pro seeking position in educational/home media, ad sales. Solid resume and excellent [email protected]  (8/22)

E-mail [email protected] or call Trish Pihonak at 888.702.3858 for rates and specs for Job Openings.

Are you looking for a job? Post your Situation Wanted Ad here — Email [email protected] for specs.


ABC: The Middle [r], Suburgatory [r], Modern Family [r], Suburgatory [r], NY Med [f]
AZTECA: Quiero Ser Grupero, Al Extremo, Fabrica de Huevos, Fabrica de Huevos
CBS: Big Brother, Criminal Minds [r], CSI [r]
CW: Oh Sit!, The Next [r]
FOX: So You Think You Can Dance
ION: Leverage, Leverage, Leverage
NBC: America’s Got Talent [r], America’s Got Talent, Law & Order SVU [r]
PBS: Nature, Nova, Inside Nature’s Giants
TELE: Rosa Diamante, Corazon Valiente, Pablo Escobar: El Patron del Mal, El Rostro de la Venganza
UNIV: Por Ella Soy Eva; Abismo de Pasion, La Que No Podia Amar

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