The Fox Broadcasting Network
A look at advertising and marketing at the Fox Broadcasting Network company and some of the problems the organization is now facing in these areas.
# 89572 | 2,700 words | 5 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Companies) , Communication (Television) , Business (Marketing) , Advertising (Industry-Specific)
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This paper discusses Fox Broadcasting Network (Fox), the most recently, fully accepted major network. Long known for its innovative and genre creating programming, Fox is currently suffering some of the effects of the maturation process in to a full-fledged network. The paper discusses some of the problems Fox is now facing as a major network that are related to maintaining market relevance. Previously, Fox's audience had been the youngest audience of all the major networks and it achieved this major coup through its early hits such as "America's Most Wanted" and "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
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