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In: Michael Klein, EVP Original Content, MTV

Michael Klein has been appointed as Executive Vice President of Original Content at MTV with responsibility for all original programming, development, and creative across MTV and its related brands. A veteran creative executive whose credits include Vanity Fair Confidential for ID; Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and Man V. Food for Travel Channel; and What Not […]

Greenlit: The Taste, Nine Network (Australia), ABC (USA), Channel 4 (UK)

The Taste – Famed foodies Nigella Lawson and Anthony Bourdain head a distinct panel of four judges to pit America’s most skilled cooks against one another. The culinary superstars are going back to basics: The Taste! Both home cooks and restaurateurs are given the opportunity of a lifetime, as they sharpen their skills and train […]

Greenlit: The Taste, ABC

The Taste (8 x ) – Famed foodies Nigella Lawson and Anthony Bourdain head a distinct panel of four judges in this unique cooking competition pitting America’s most skilled cooks against one another. For the first time ever Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson are teaming up to get down to what truly matters, the way […]

Greenlit: The Layover, Travel Channel

The Layover (10 x 60′) – Anthony Bourdain travels the world staying only 24-48 hours in any one location and finds out what the must see attractions are beyond the usual tourist traps. Channel: Travel Channel Producer: Zero Point Zero TX: 21st November 2011 Source: Realscreen

CableFAX’s Best Websites 2010 – Part II: Blogs

CableFAX’s Best of the Web awards ceremony is being held in NYC on 28th April 2010. All commissioners now want to know what the multiplatform/360 degree content will be for any idea you pitch, but it can be hard to think beyond the standard programme website content of cast photos and biogs. In the second part of this mini-series we’re looking at the nominations for best programme blogs. Explore the links and see if you can find some inspiration to help you develop your own ideas.

Click through to read more. (Photo by Niffty.. CC BY-2.0)

How to Write an Arresting Tagline: Quiz Answers

Last week, we looked at loglines – where you boil your concept down into one succinct, hooky sentence – with a fiendishly difficult quiz. As promised, here are the answers (click on the headline to go to the answers). Remember, the first thing your buyer will look at is the title, so the logline should complement and build upon it, so they get an instant feel for the tone and content of your programme. Give yourself a point for each one (and subtract five if you failed to get no. 6 correct).

If you didn’t do that well, you can console yourself with the thought that the loglines weren’t doing their job properly.

And, as ever, feel free to share, tweet or comment. (Photo by ♠ le max)