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December 11, 2006

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Michael A. Banks

But when was the last time two or more networks came together and created something interesting and sustainable?

I can't think of any instance of this, Joe. The idea of networks doing this causes one to wonder if history might repeat itself, ala NBC splitting into NBC and ABC. And before that, NBC's Red, Blue, and Orange components ("Orange" being the West Coast).

I just can't see the networks maintaining a unified presence.
--Mike
http://www.michaelabanks.com

Joe Wikert

Hi Mike. I agree. I also noticed this great parody of the idea on Mark Glaser's Media Shift blog. It's well worth reading:
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2006/12/futuramabig_medias_ourtube_to.html

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