By paulgillin | July 5, 2007 - 5:51 am - Posted in Advertising, BusinessModel, NewMedia

Media Daily News analyzes NBC co-chairman Marc Graboff’s offhand comment about canceling original programming on Friday evenings and sees it as emblematic of the networks’ overall financial woes.

The networks are turning to reality TV for the same reason newspapers are turning to blogs: it’s cheap programming. The problem is that it’s also largely undifferentiated and boring after a while. Maybe hooking up with YouTube to find some new talent would be a good idea.

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