Broadcasters Don’t Get the Picture for Video-on-Demand - Inside.com, August 30, 2001
Cable is pioneering when-you-want-it programming, starting with HBO’s Sex in the City and The Sopranos. Fans of ER and Seinfeld will have to wait for instant gratification.

Once a Cheap Date, Reality TV Bites Into Network Budgets - Inside.com, August 6, 2001
Programming costs soar with outlandish gimmicks and contestant stampede; NBC may set new show in outer space.

TV Wasteland: Where Pilots Go to Die - Inside.com, June 11, 2001
What happens to the 70-odd shows that fail to make a prime-time schedule? Despite a $40 million investment per network, not much.

Fame-Seeking Survivor 2 Crew Could Go Hungry - Inside.com, May 3, 2001
After tonight's finale, the current cast of the CBS reality hit will have a hard time making America forget about Richard, Rudy and Sue.

Tomorrow's Media Today - U.S.News & World Report, August 14, 1995
Entertainment giants race to find the programs — and profits — of the future

Fox raids the chicken coop - U.S.News & World Report, June 6, 1994
TV's upstart snatches stations, but it still trails rival networks