The strike by the Writers’ Guild has already brought an onslaught of reality TV to primetime, and critics are saying it’s not pretty. We’ll hear more tonight.
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We've been hearing a lot about shifting voter opinions in Iowa and New Hampshire, but there are only seven weeks until Californians go to the polls. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton's lead over Barack Obama has shrunk almost by half since October.
Network and Cable TV used to be totally separate worlds. Now NBC is part of the same company as USA, Bravo and Sci-Fi—and Viacom owns both CBS and Showtime. Both networks are now looking to cable to help fill prime time.
Rebecca Dana, Reporter for The Wall Street Journal
Mary McNamara, Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times
Steve McDonald, President of FilmLA
Mark Deo, Executive director of the Small Business Advisory Network
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