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A 'Musical' tsunami
With yet another record for the "High School Musical" franchise, you can bet this is only the beginning of the onslaught expected from Disney.
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To put this in perspective: Broadcast network programs over the summer have ranked No. 1 for a week without managing even 10 million viewers, and a huge chunk of network fare hasn't drawn close to half of what "HSM2" did. And broadcast television has a far broader reach than Disney Channel has on cable -- and numerous viewing parties means the final total may have actually been much larger.
Also: The other big "teen" flick this weekend, the Apatow entertainment machine's acclaimed "Superbad" (granted, they're aimed at waaay different audiences), earned an impressive $12 million at the box office on Friday. But that still translates into fewer than 2 million tickets sold.
Other records: It's the all-time TV champ in terms of kid viewers 6 to 11, only the 2004 Super Bowl had more tween tween
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[Blend of teen1 and between.] viewers, and it's the largest audience for a Friday night TV show on any platform in more than five years. (Damn, these Disney folks are good at uncorking statistics.)
Oprah: Empowering all but her minions
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"Many of our employees contribute significant hours of overtime during our production season. This is quite common within the television industry," a publicist blithely informed Page Six, confirming the overtime.
So the Page Sixers hit the Dashboard function on their iMacs and did the math: If said employee worked a five-day week five-day week n → semana inglesa
five-day week n → semaine f de cinq jours
five-day week five n → , she averaged 18.5 hours of work a day, whereas were she working all week with no days off, she was only clocking 13.2 hours a day. Slacker.
As we noted, TV Guide reported that Oprah pulls down $260 million per year. Would it kill her to take a pay cut of, say, a million a year and hire a couple of extra people so the rest of her team can have lives?