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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Here's the story of how 'Law and Order' destroyed A&E Network. Doink Doink   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line 5
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2014-03-29 11:18:28 AM
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hasty ambush: The History Channel had its critics; they complained that its programming was heavily skewed towards middle-aged men


So naturally women had to ruin it.
2014-03-29 10:27:21 AM
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The key to A&Es success has apparently been to drop the "A", but that's not really something to celebrate.
2014-03-29 09:47:22 AM
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Doktor_Zhivago: The last good thing I remember history channel doing was a documentary about wwii from the perspective of german soldiers. It was really interesting to see those guys as actual people and not the faceless facist demons they're usually made out to be. Not thay they were all angels or anything but I think its easy to forget most of those guys were caught up in events beyond their control.


I wrote a historiography of German memorials from both world wars in comparison to Confederate monuments.  Say what you will about the tenets of National Socialism, but at least the German people are very contrite about remembering the war.  All their monuments are somber, the soldiers are highly abstracted (and if from the right time period, very Bauhausian).

Back to the general topic, fark Nancy Dubuc with a rusty grapefruit spoon for accelerating the channel decay.
2014-03-29 09:32:11 AM
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The last good thing I remember history channel doing was a documentary about wwii from the perspective of german soldiers. It was really interesting to see those guys as actual people and not the faceless facist demons they're usually made out to be. Not thay they were all angels or anything but I think its easy to forget most of those guys were caught up in events beyond their control.
2014-03-29 09:11:07 AM
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So they are the biatches that ruined the good stuff on TV.

These strategies have taken the company's flagship channels -- A&E, History and Lifetime -- far afield from the original mission that brought each one to life.

I remember when A&E and History had good stuff on and gave us good movies, Nobody really cares about Lifetime.


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