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MyNetworkTV
TypeBroadcast syndication service (as of September 28, 2009)
CountryUnited States
AvailabilityNational
SloganTotal Variety
AreaUnited States, Canada and Mexico
OwnerFox Entertainment Group (News Corporation)
Key peopleRoger Ailes, Chairman, Fox Television Stations Group
Jack Abernethy, Chief Operating Officer
Launch dateSeptember 5, 2006
Picture format480i (SD)
720p/1080i (HD)
Official Websitehttp://www.mynetworktv.com

MyNetworkTV (unofficially abbreviated MyTV, MyNet or MNTV) is a television broadcast syndication service in the United States, owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, a division of News Corporation. Under its former status as a television network, it was the lowest-rated of the then-six major US English-language commercial broadcast networks.

MyNetworkTV is a sister company to the Fox network, but operates separately. Roger Ailes oversees the service as chairman of the Fox Television Stations Group (FTSG). Greg Meidel, MNTV's president, supervises its day-to-day operations, along with Fox executives Jack Abernethy, Dennis Swanson, and Bob Cook.

MyNetworkTV began operations on September 5, 2006 with an initial affiliate lineup covering about 96 percent of the country,[1] most of which were former WB and UPN affiliates.

On September 28, 2009, following disappointment with the network's results, MyNetworkTV dropped its status of a television network and transitioned to become a syndication programming service, reminiscent of the Universal Action Pack and Warner Bros.' Prime Time Entertainment Network.[2][3][4][5]

Contents

Origins

MyNetworkTV arose from the announcement of the CW Television Network, which essentially merged the WB and UPN. As a result of several deals earlier in the decade, Fox Television Stations Group owned several UPN affiliates, including its three largest: WWOR-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey (New York City), KCOP-TV in Los Angeles and WPWR-TV in Chicago. Fox had bought most of them after acquiring most of the television holdings of UPN founding partner Chris-Craft Industries, while WPWR was bought in 2003 from Newsweb Corporation. Despite concerns about UPN's future at the time Fox purchased these three stations, UPN signed three-year affiliation renewals with them in 2003. That agreement's pending expiration, along with some others, in 2006 gave UPN parent CBS Corporation and WB parent Warner Bros. the rare opportunity to merge their respective struggling networks into the CW.

The CW included no Fox-owned stations; in fact, the coveted New York, Los Angeles and Chicago affiliations all went to stations owned by The WB's co-owner, Tribune Broadcasting. In response to the announcement, Fox promptly scrubbed all UPN references from its UPN affiliates' logos and promotions and stopped promoting UPN programs altogether. However, in all three cases (especially in the cases of Los Angeles and Chicago), the WB affiliate was the stronger station; CW executives were on record as preferring the "strongest" WB and UPN affiliates.

Media reports speculated that the Fox-owned UPN affiliates would all revert to being independent stations, or else form another network by uniting with the other UPN and The WB affiliates left out of The CW. Fox parent News Corp chose the latter route, and announced MyNetworkTV on February 22, less than a month after CBS and Warner Bros. announced The CW on January 24.

Programming

MyNetworkTV began operations on September 5, 2006 with premieres of its two initial series. Some affiliates unofficially began branding their stations on September 4, 2006--Labor Day--with supplied preview specials. Programming airs from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Eastern/Pacific time) Monday through Saturday.

At least eleven current and former affiliate stations have presented MNTV programs out of pattern:

  • KEVU-LP in Eugene, Oregon airs the MNTV schedule from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., after the "Prime Time Talk" block of Dr. Phil and Oprah.
  • KMYQ in Seattle, Washington airs MNTV programs from 7-9pm to make way for a 9 p.m. newscast.
  • KPDX in Portland, Oregon/Vancouver, Washington airs MNTV programs from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. due to their hour-long newscast at 8 PM produced by sister station KPTV which debuted 9/8/2008.
  • KRON in San Francisco airs MNTV programming from 9 to 11 p.m. after Dr. Phil.
  • From MNTV's launch through September 19, 2009, KQCA in Sacramento, California aired MNTV programming one hour earlier (7 to 9 pm) than most other affiliates due to its airing of repeats of Oprah at 9 pm as a lead-in to the station's 10 pm newscast produced by sister station KCRA-TV. KQCA now presents MNTV programming in pattern, with the 7 to 8 hour now filled with reruns of The Office.
  • During its time as a MNTV affiliate KJZZ in Salt Lake City, Utah aired MNTV programming from midnight to 2am, [1] and brands their station with their call letters rather than My 14; the reasons included a local marketing agreement with then-CBS owned-and-operated station KUTV, which allows KJZZ to re-air some syndicated shows from KUTV, and an extensive schedule of Utah Jazz basketball games (the station and team have the same owner, Larry H. Miller). It had originally aired from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the network's launch. KCSG, an independent station in St. George, replaced KJZZ as Utah's MNTV affiliate on August 18, 2008.[6]
  • KARZ-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas airs MNTV programming from 8 to 10 p.m. Central time due to its hour-long newscast at 7 p.m. produced by sister station KARK-TV (owned by Nexstar Broadcasting Group) which debuted on 2/2/2009. Under the previous ownership of Equity Broadcasting as KWBF, it aired MNTV programming in its normal 7 to 9 p.m. slot.
  • KWKB in Iowa City, Iowa, a dual affiliate of The CW and MNTV, airs MNTV programming weeknights from 9 to 11 pm Central time, immediately following CW programming.
  • During its time as a dual CW-MNTV affiliate, KNVA in Austin, Texas aired MNTV programming weeknights from 10 pm to midnight Central time due to its 30-minute newscast at 9 pm produced by sister station KXAN-TV which debuted on 9/28/2009; the remaining half-hour from 9:30 to 10 was filled with reruns of The Office. Prior to the newscast's debut it aired MNTV programming from 9 to 11 pm, immediately following CW programming. On October 21, 2009, the LIN TV Corporation, owner of KXAN-TV and controller of KNVA, converted KXAN-TV's semi-satellite, KBVO in Llano, to a standalone MNTV affiliate, which presents MNTV programming in pattern. This left The CW as KNVA's sole network affiliation.
  • WNTZ in Alexandria, Louisiana/Natchez, Mississippi, a secondary MNTV affiliate, airs MNTV programming Monday-Friday from 9 to 11 pm Central time, immediately following Fox programming.
  • WNAC in Providence, Rhode Island, also a secondary affiliate, aired MNTV Monday-Friday from 11:30 pm to 1 am, with Saturday primetime running on early Sunday mornings from 1:30 to 3:30 am. (WNAC has since moved the MNTV affiliation to a digital subchannel, which presents MNTV programming in pattern.)
  • WGGB-DT2 in Springfield, Massachusetts, also a secondary affiliate, airs MNTV Monday-Friday from 11:35 p.m. to 1:35 a.m.
  • WTRF-DT2, yet another secondary affiliate, airs MyNetworkTV from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Heavy local sports preemptions are a problem for MyNetworkTV, as they have been for all the netlets. However they have become less of an issue with the end of the network's telenovela strategy, where an airing of the pre-empted telenovela episode as soon as possible on the same day was required by default rather than the flexibility to push a show off to the weekend that came with UPN, WB, or CW affiliation. Affiliates often scheduled contractual "make goods" of its daily line between 3 and 6 a.m. Not only are these light viewing hours, but they air after Nielsen processes its preliminary morning network ratings.[7]

Telenovelas

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See MyNetworkTV telenovelas

The network's original format focused on the 18-to-49-year-old, English-speaking population[8][9] with programing consisting exclusively of telenovelas, starting with Desire and Fashion House. Originally, each aired Monday to Friday in continuous cycles of thirteen-week seasons, with a one-hour recap of the week's shows airing on Saturdays; when one series ended, another unrelated series would begin the following week. The fifth and sixth series, American Heiress and Saints and Sinners, appeared one hour per week on Wednesdays before abruptly vanishing from the schedule.[10] The MyNetworkTV serial lineup was broadcast in Australia as FOXTELENOVELA on the W. Channel. In Toronto, the first Desire/Fashion House cycle aired weekday afternoons on SUN TV, but the station decided not to air subsequent cycles for unknown reasons.

Proposed programming

The announcement of the new network also stated that additional unscripted (i.e., "reality") and current-affairs programming were in development. These were:

MyNetworkTV abandoned development of these programs in Summer 2006 and focused solely on telenovelas.

Later announcements by Fox regarding additional programming to air on MyNetworkTV O&Os—such as Desperate Housewives repeats, a trial run of the now-TBS sitcom Tyler Perry's House of Payne, and a daytime viewer-participation game show, My GamesFever (which has since been cancelled)[11]—do not apply to the network as a whole.

Other programming

MyNetworkTV itself does not air children's programming although some afflitates air syndicated shows from Cookie Jar Entertainment. Also it broadcasts entertainment and sports news programming like Access Hollywood or NFL Total Access but it does not broadcast national network news programming (nor does it have a sports division).

Revamping the schedule

In response to the telenovela lineup's poor ratings performance, highlighted by a rating of 0.7% average households, (see "Performance") reports surfaced[12] that Fox executives planned a major revamp of the MyNetworkTV's programming, decreasing its reliance on telenovelas and adding new unscripted programming to the schedule such as reality shows, game shows (such as My GamesFever), movies, and sports, and a possible revisit to a deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.[13] The deal was not signed with UFC, but rather with another mixed martial arts organization, the International Fight League, in conjunction with Fox Sports Net.[14][15]

On February 1, 2007, Greg Meidel, who was named to the newly-created position of network president just 10 days earlier, confirmed the rumors and unveiled a dramatically revamped lineup.[16][17] The intent of the shakeup was to increase viewer awareness of the network (and in turn viewership), as well as to satisfy local affiliates who were disappointed over the poor ratings performance. After March 7 (when Wicked Wicked Games and Watch Over Me finished their runs), telenovelas occupied only two nights of programming, airing in two-hour movie-style blocks rather than on multiple nights. The remainder of the schedule includes theatrical movies and the new IFL Battleground (originally titled Total Impact).

In addition, the Saturday night telenovela recaps ended immediately, in favor of movies until March. The 1986 film Something Wild aired on February 3, becoming the network's first non-telenovela presentation.

Specials and reality programming were also a part of the network's reformatting. The first two specials aired on March 7. Also, MyNetworkTV permanently reduced its telenovela programming to a single night per week, with American Heiress and Saints & Sinners airing one hour each on Wednesdays until their unexpected termination, due to incompatible flow with IFC Battleground from Monday to Tuesday as far as promotions. Also, the Thursday night movie block featured mostly action/adventure films, with Friday night featuring a mix of contemporary classic films, beginning June 5.[18]

A side effect of the new programming schedule was the loss of the network's claim that they were the only U.S. broadcast network to have their entire schedule available in HDTV, due to the IFL, some of the network's movies, and the additional programming being produced in 480i standard definition only.[19]

In fall 2007,MyNetworkTV removed telenovelas and began to air reality and sports shows.[20]

On September 1, 2007, the network aired its first live program, the men's final of the AVP Croc Tour's Cincinnati Open.

Under One Roof, the network's first sitcom starring Flavor Flav began airing April 16, 2008. Because the program used Canadian writers it was unaffected by the 2007-2008 WGA strike.

On February 26, 2008, the network announced it had picked up the rights to air WWE SmackDown, which left The CW at the end of September 2008. The first Smackdown! episode aired on Friday, October 3, 2008.[21] The first episode of WWE SmackDown pulled in the highest audience in MyNetworkTV history of 3.2 million viewers and for the first time rated fifth for the night ahead of The CW and won the night in the male 18-34 & 18-49 demographics.[22]

Ratings and sponsors

Original format

MyNetworkTV's debut was far from successful. Desire scored a 1.1 household rating/2 share; Fashion House went up to 1.3/2.[23]Fox had sold about half of its projections of $50 million in advance commercial sales.[24]

As of March 7, 2007 MyNetworkTV was included in Nielsen's daily "Television Index" reports, alongside the other networks, although they were still not part of the "fast nationals" that do feature the others.[25]

Last-minute changes to the Fall 2007 MyNetworkTV schedules included the title of "Divorce Wars" being changed to "Decision House" and the addition of "Celebrity Exposé" and "Control Room Presents" to the network's Monday line-up as well as a one-hour "IFL Battleground" followed by "NFL Total Access" on Saturdays.[26]

The network's shift from telenovelas to reality shows and movies produced only a small bump in the ratings. It averaged only a .7 household rating during September 2007.[27] MyNetworkTV continues to be the second lowest-rated English-language broadcast network in the United States, ahead of only Ion Television.

The night MyNetworkTV debuted WWE SmackDown, the network took fifth place in household ratings ahead of The CW, but shortly afterwards went back to sixth place as time went on.

Of the six broadcast networks, Nielsen Media Research said only MyNetworkTV went up in the ratings, with 1.76 million viewers per night, up 750,000 from the previous season.[28]

On Monday, January 5, 2009, MyNetworkTV aired episodes of The Twilight Zone. The episodes helped MyNetworkTV rise in the ratings along with WWE SmackDown, being the 2nd highest rated show on the network.

The highest rated program to air on MyNetworkTV is Home Alone, which aired on December 10, 2008. Home Alone brought in 3.70 million viewers (not a record) but had a 1.4 demo among the 18-49 year olds.[citation needed]

Current Format

On February 9, 2009, it was announced that MyNetworkTV would be shifting from a television network to a programming service, similar to that of Ion Television's current lineup.[29][30][31] Litton Syndications is interested in the MyNetworkTV Saturday time slots.[32] General Managers at various myNetworkTV affiliates are hopeful that Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Deal or No Deal, and WWE SmackDown will boost the ratings.[33][34] MyNetworkTV plans to air more syndicated shows on primetime this fall.[35] Advertisers are becoming attracted to MyNetworkTV affiliates' programming shift.[36] However, reports indicate they seek to create one original program: a late night talk show similar to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[33]

Affiliation

2D version of logo, used in print ads.

As of August 28, 2006 167 stations were affiliated with the new network, reaching approximately 106 million households and covering 96% of the US. This number includes six stations owned at the time by companies involved in the founding of the competing CW network: three owned by Tribune Broadcasting (located in Atlanta, Georgia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Seattle, Washington), and three owned by CBS Corporation; however, Gannett Company purchased WATL, the Atlanta Tribune station, shortly after Fox confirmed it as a MyNetworkTV affiliate (Gannett's acquisition of WATL was finalized on August 7, 2006). It must be noted the Tribune sold out its stake in the WB in exchange for long term affiliation contracts with the CW network and no longer has an ownership stake in The CW. CBS is part owner.

On March 6, 2006, Sinclair Broadcast Group announced that 17 of its stations, mostly affiliates of The WB but also a few from UPN and some independent stations, would become MyNetworkTV affiliates in September 2006. This occurred despite the widespread presumption that affiliation with The CW, which at this point was still available in most markets, would be more valuable; however, Sinclair implied that MyNetworkTV was more financially attractive for the company. Some of the markets the 17 Sinclair stations occupy include Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Tampa, Florida; Cincinnati, Ohio; San Antonio, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; Raleigh, North Carolina; Syracuse, New York; Nashville, Tennessee; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

On March 7, 2006, Raycom Media announced that its WB and UPN stations would become MyNetworkTV affiliates that September. Those stations were WUAB in Cleveland, Ohio (market #17), KFVE in Honolulu, Hawaii (market #73), and WBXH-CA in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (market #93).

One of the stations named in an April 26, 2006 announcement of MyNetworkTV affiliates was KNVA in Austin, Texas, which The CW had added to its list of confirmed affiliates a week previously. On May 1, 2006 KWKB in Iowa City, Iowa, another previously-confirmed affiliate of The CW, signed on to carry MyNetworkTV. Currently, these two stations are the only in the US to be aligned with both new networks. KNVA will brand MyNetworkTV shows as "MyNetworkTV on The CW Austin". KWKB's website features station logos labeled as both "KWKB The CW" and "My KWKB". In May, WAWB in Huntsville, Alabama became an official MyNetworkTV affiliate with the call letters WAMY.

On July 12, 2006, MNTV added WBFS in Miami-Ft. Lauderdale (market #17), KTVD in Denver (market #18), WSYX in Columbus, Ohio (market #32), WTCN in West Palm Beach, Florida (market #38), WHP in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (market #41), WUPL in New Orleans (market #43), and WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida (market #49). WBFS, WTCN, and WUPL are owned by CBS Corporation (with WUPL set to be sold to Belo), KTVD is owned by Gannett, WHP and WAWS are owned by Clear Channel Communications, and WSYX is owned by Sinclair Broadcasting. WSYX, WHP, and WAWS will carry MNTV on digital sub-channel stations.[37][38] The deal with CBS to affiliate their non-CW stations with MNTV came as a surprise to everyone in the broadcasting industry, especially after the icy reception between CBS and News Corp that began after the CW and MNTV came into the picture, as they refused to allow WBFS, WUPL and Boston's WSBK to affiliate with MNTV as a response to pulling UPN names from the Fox-owned stations that were affiliated with UPN.

In August 2006, MyNetworkTV filled in its remaining gaps within the top 100 television markets. On August 11, 2006, MNTV announced WNAC in Providence, Rhode Island, market #51, as a secondary affiliate; and WNGT-LP in Toledo, Ohio, market #70, as a primary station. Additionally, on August 22, 2006, the network added KAUT in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, market #45, and a digital sub-channel of WRGT in Dayton, Ohio, market #59, to the affiliate list on its website. Also that month, WZMY in Derry, New Hampshire was announced as the Boston-market affiliate.

From MyNetworkTV's inception until September 28, 2009, Mobile, Alabama was the largest city without a MyNetworkTV affiliate, although the city's DMA (which includes Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, and the rest of the Gulf Shores region) has Fort Walton Beach station WFGX as the area's station for the network. This is due to WFGX's weak analog signal, which is not available west of Pensacola, and the lack of a must-carry agreement with Mobile's Comcast system, most likely a remnant of the station's former status as a low-rated Jewelry TV station before the launch of MyNetworkTV. However, after the digital transition, WFGX will relocate their digital transmitter to Robertsdale, Alabama which is in the area of the other Mobile-Pensacola television transmitters. This will finally provide a signal for the entire market area and give the Mobile, Alabama area a MyNetworkTV affiliate for the first time.

On September 28, 2009, the three ION Media Networks-owned stations which cleared MyNetworkTV (WPXX-TV in Memphis, Tennessee and WEPX-TV (and its satellite/full-power repeater WPXU-TV) in the Greenville/New Bern/Washington, North Carolina market), due to an affiliation agreement made by their previous owners, dropped their affiliations and became full-time ION Television stations as they had been before September 2006. A digital subchannel of NBC affiliate WITN-TV took over full affiliation in Greenville/New Bern.

WLMT in Memphis, that market's CW affiliate picked up the network for the sole purpose of carrying SmackDown, and due to the network's reclassification as a programming service, has elected to not carry the remainder of the network's schedule.

Due to the availability of "instant duopoly" digital subchannels that are likely easily available on cable and satellite, and the overall lack of a need to settle for a secondary affiliation with shows aired in problematic time slots, both The CW and MyNetworkTV launched with far greater national coverage than that enjoyed by UPN and The WB when they started in 1995. UPN for several years had gaps in the top 30 markets, and by 2005 managed to reach only 86% of the population. This resulted in secondary affiliations with stations carrying other networks. In those markets, programs were either shown out of their intended time-slots or not at all. Examples included Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise; when they were preempted, there were many viewer complaints. There are a small handful of tiny markets, however, which have MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation even on digital subchannels because those markets have only one or two stations, and want to place more emphasis on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox that those markets may have previously lacked on those subchannels.

Nevertheless, because MyNetworkTV was announced after the formation of The CW and thus got most of the "leftover" stations shut out by The CW, there are still availability issues in some markets. In addition, the network is mostly relegated to low-powered stations in some smaller markets, which do not have must-carry status. The arrival of WWE SmackDown to the network has shown this the most, as wrestling fans have complained about the availability issues in several markets that have The CW but not MyNetworkTV. This was most evident in the Lexington, Kentucky market, when local SmackDown viewers actually protested that they couldn't watch SmackDown because of low-powered MyNetworkTV/Retro Television Network affiliate WBLU-LP not being available on cable.[39] That was solved shortly afterward when ABC affiliate WTVQ-TV agreed to move its weather digital subchannel to 36.3 and convert its former spot on 36.2 into a MyNetworkTV affiliate, stripping WBLU of its affiliation in the process.[40]

Branding

At first, many Fox owned-and-operated stations branded local programming with the My moniker. An example is My 9 and My 9 News for WWOR-TV. However, by the third week in October, at least one station, KCOP, went to a two-column brand, with the network logo on the left side and the channel number, 13, on the right. The verbal identification became "MyNetworkTV channel 13." KCOP reverted back to the simpler "My 13" branding in May 2007.

The network has no digital on-screen graphic logo in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen on the SD feed (although the HD feed does), allowing their local stations to use their own logo instead. On November 13, the network added a translucent show logo to the bottom left side of the screen, but discontinued it in March with the beginning of the third telenovela cycle.

In the months before the network's launch, several stations changed their on-air identities to accommodate for the then-upcoming network, including all of the Fox Television Stations Group-owned stations. Affiliates also began to show promotions for the network featuring the theme of "Entertainment you can call your own."

At the time plans for MyNetworkTV were announced, there was at least one station that was using a similar moniker. WZMY Derry, New Hampshire filed a trademark for the "MyTV" name in the summer of 2005, and for a short time there was speculation the station might sue Fox for the use of "MyTV".[41] However, on July 21, 2006, an e-mail was sent to WZMY's MyTV e-mail subscribers that the station would become the Boston area's MyNetworkTV affiliate. The official announcement came the following week.[42]

See also

References

  1. ^ Sex Doesn't Sell, CNNMoney.com, September 20, 2006
  2. ^ MyNetworkTV Shifts from Network to Programming Service, Broadcasting & Cable, February 9, 2009
  3. ^ MyNetworkTV Changing Business Model, Hollywood Reporter, February 9, 2009
  4. ^ MyNetworkTV Will Show Mostly Reruns In The Fall, USA Today, February 9, 2009
  5. ^ MyNet Shifts Away From Network Model, TV Week, February 9, 2009
  6. ^ Malone, Michael (2008-07-21). "KCSG Salt Lake City Grabs MNT Affiliation". Broadcasting & Cable. http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA6580119.html?rssid=193. Retrieved 2008-07-22. 
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  8. ^ Kevin Downey (February 21, 2006). "Media buyers question My Network TV". Media Life Magazine. http://www.medialifemagazine.com/cgi-bin/artman/exec/view.cgi?archive=170&num=3038. Retrieved 2006-12-13. 
  9. ^ Edward P. Smith (March 25, 2006). "Latino TV exec takes a new tack on programming". The Denver Post. http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_3633111. Retrieved 2006-12-13. 
  10. ^ TVWeek.com ~ "MyNetwork TV: No More Scripted", TV Week, March 1, 2007
  11. ^ Twentieth TV, Shine Plan Live Daytime Series, TV Week, August 30, 2006
  12. ^ My Network scrambles to draw viewers, Chicago Tribune, January 24, 2007
  13. ^ MyNetworkTV Executives Plot Schedule Changes, TV Week, December 15, 2006
  14. ^ FSN & myNetworkTV Reach Strategic Programming Alliance with International Fight League, Yahoo!, January 16, 2007
  15. ^ Fox Networks Enter Mixed Martial Arts Ring, TV Week, January 16, 2007
  16. ^ MNT Unveils Schedule With Fewer Telenovela Nights, Broadcasting & Cable, February 1, 2007
  17. ^ myNetworkTV Adds Movies, Fighting to Schedule, TV Week, February 1, 2007
  18. ^ MyNetTV to Scrap Novelas, Bypass Upfront, Mediaweek, April 25, 2007
  19. ^ MyNet Drops Pure-HD Format; Shift From Soap Operas Brings Standard/HD Mix, TV Week HD Newsletter, March 8, 2007
  20. ^ myNetworkTV Seeks Arresting Programming, Digital Video Editing, May 29, 2007
  21. ^ "myNetworkTV new home of SmackDown". WWE. 2008-02-26. http://www.wwe.com/inside/news/smackdownnewhome. Retrieved 2008-02-26. 
  22. ^ "MyNetworkTV Largest Audience Ever Tunes in to the Premiere of “WWE Friday Night SmackDown”". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2008-10-06. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/10/06/mynetworktv%c2%ae-largest-audience-ever-tunes-in-to-the-premiere-of-%e2%80%9cwwe%c2%ae-friday-night-smackdown%c2%ae%e2%80%9d/5781. Retrieved 2008-10-07. 
  23. ^ MediaPost Publications - MyNetworkTV Off To Slow Start - 09/07/2006
  24. ^ Topic Galleries - chicagotribune.com
  25. ^ Exclusive: MNT Cracks Down, Broadcasting & Cable, March 12, 2007
  26. ^ MNT Opts for One-On-One Upfront Presentations, Speeds Up Reality Broadcasting & Cable April 24, 2007
  27. ^ MyNetworkTV Regroups, Results Mixed, Media Daily News, October 5, 2007
  28. ^ Bauder, David (2008-12-22). "My Network TV has surprising success". Globe Gazette (Associated Press). http://www.globegazette.com/articles/2008/12/22/entertainment/tv/doc494f3b73de66a608062277.txt. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  29. ^ MNTV: Broadcast Model "Not Working", Media Life Magazine, February 10, 2009
  30. ^ MyNetworkTV Shifts From Network to Programming Service, Broadcasting & Cable, February 9, 2009
  31. ^ MyNetworkTV Pins Future on WWE's Brawn, Mediaweek, February 23, 2009
  32. ^ Litton Interested In MyNetwork's Saturday Time Slots, Broadcasting & Cable, February 10, 2009
  33. ^ a b MyNet GMs Warm to New Model, Broadcasting & Cable, February 10, 2009
  34. ^ GMs Warm to New MNT Model, Broadcasting & Cable, February 16, 2009
  35. ^ MyNetworkTV Shakeup Music to Syndicators Ears, Broadcasting & Cable, February 16, 2009
  36. ^ MyNet Affiliates See Shift to Programming Service As Attractive to Advertisers, TV Week, February 16, 2009
  37. ^ MNT Signs Up Seven More - 7/12/2006 3:41:00 PM - Broadcasting & Cable
  38. ^ myNetworkTV Inks Affiliation Pacts - TVWeek - News
  39. ^ WWE Universe demands SmackDown in Kentucky
  40. ^ Now a second chance to watch 'Smackdown'. Lexington Herald-Leader. Retrieved on October 31, 2008.
  41. ^ "TV show: Whose station is it?". http://business.bostonherald.com/businessNews/view.bg?articleid=127585. 
  42. ^ "MyNetworkTV Adds Boston Affiliate". http://www.tvweek.com/news/2006/07/myNetworkTV_adds_boston_affili.php. 

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