Many of us are disappointed over the lack of pre-nominations for AMC and OLTL.
Unfortunately, until this lawsuit is over things won’t be getting better.
One way to help this move along and make sure everyone involved knows how
closely fans are following this is by getting it covered by the media.
Today let’s contact CNN’s Story Idea form and let them know
we’d like to see this case covered!
Good Morning guys, today we are going congratulate our 4 AMC & OLTL young actors who made the list of Daytime Emmy prenoms.
Here are a few easy tweets to make it easier. I have left plenty of room for you to add your own thoughts to it as well.
@kelleyrmissal http://ctt.ec/ApGH0 @SincerelyDenyse http://ctt.ec/74e_n @corbinbleu http://ctt.ec/e362o @EricNelsen http://ctt.ec/4V20d
Last week we reached out to ABC regarding the recent article that shone a light
on the value of the older viewers of network TV.
Now is the time to also share this message with advertisers and advertising agencies.
Last night an 84 year old woman was up for an Oscar.
The Academy didn’t discount someone based on age- it’s time that advertisers follow suit.
We want to do this task so that advertisers keep engaged on the AMC/OLTL saga.
When these shows land somewhere after the lawsuit we need advertisers lining up!
So let’s task!
When ABC cancelled AMC and OLTL citing aging ratings
we fought back stating that this older demographic is the one
with the disposable income to spend on the items advertisers are selling.
ABC didn’t want to listen and neither did advertisers.
Now, research is showing that this older demographic is watching the most TV
and spending the most money on advertised items.
Sooooo…..let’s tell Paul Lee that we told you so!
Make sure you include the link to the article regarding this-
It’s time to bring back the soapy daytime lineup!
Email to: email@example.com
Today the 13,000 episode of GH airs.
What’s even more exciting is that Tuesday-Friday Ilene Kristen (OLTL’s Roxy)
will be on GH as her Ryan’s Hope character.
Let’s tweet and leave comments congratulating the show on the milestone
and let them know we will be tuning in tomorrow to see Ilene!
This reiterates how much pull AMC and OLTL characters have on fans/viewers.
to Ron http://ctt.ec/9dhTM
To Frank http://ctt.ec/qfAf0
To General Hospital http://ctt.ec/76Np8
and the comment line http://abc.go.com/feedback?nord=1
If you are not a GH fan I would still like you to do this task as it really isn’t about their milestone, it is about Ilene Kristen being on
so here is an easy tweet you might prefer http://ctt.ec/cVp1y feel free to leave the same message on the comment form.
Also please share with your friends that she will be on thx
In 1995 soap fans had their soaps yanked away as all eyes turned to the OJ Simpson trial.
Once the trial was over the soaps didn’t return to their previous dominating numbers and
networks had learned that people would watch inexpensively made reality television.
This started the reduction of the soap genre.
Well now it’s time to reach out to Court TV and urge them to cover the PP/ABC court case.
This would give our shows quite a bit of publicity along with shining a light on this issue to
help prevent either side from shying away from commitments/statements that they make in that courtroom.
When sending your email(s) please include some of the following:
1. The fact that soap fans are following this court case currently through social and soap media.
Court TV is just missing out on an opportunity that already has a dedicated audience.
2. This is being covered currently in articles such as
3. Fans are weighing in everywhere including
4. Fans find the website created about the presiding judge to add even more soapy drama (http://judgeroberthess.com/).
5. The OJ Simpson trial started the decline of the soap genre. Coverage of this court case could help swing it the other way.
This is historic.
6. Add in some fun commentary/interviews with cast members of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live”
that played attorneys on the show could provide humor and entertainment.
Nancy Grace Attorney/Tv
Anthony Horn Senior Vice President, Current Programming and Specials
We think it’s time to spread our Disney love.
So, we’ve added a few new contacts to our list.
Here’s who they are and a bit about them so you can
see why we are reaching out to them:
GERI WANG President, ABC Sales-
leads a team of more than 275 executives and staff
responsible for advertising sales and integrated marketing initiatives.
KEVIN BROCKMAN Executive Vice President, Global Communications,
Disney/ABC Television Group-
REBECCA CAMPBELL President, ABC Owned Television Stations Group-
she has overall responsibility for the company’s eight local TV stations and
their digital assets in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco,
Houston, Raleigh-Durham and Fresno. In addition she oversees other businesses within
the Group, including ABC National Television Sales, a sales representation unit serving the
owned stations as well as outside clients; The Live Well Network, a broadcast, online and
wireless programming service for emerging digital channels in local markets; and the hit
syndicated series “LIVE with Kelly and Michael,” which is produced at WABC-TV.
They all report to Anne Sweeney!
February is sweeps month so let’s remind them how much better
they could be doing if AMC and Oltl were in the mix.
Here’s a thought to use when contacting them but please make the
message unique and add in your own thoughts and sentiments.
“How are February Sweeps going for you?
How well is GH doing against the rest of your daytime lineup?
Wouldn’t you love to have 2 other shows with GH type ratings?
AMC and OLTL could give that to you if you play your cards right!”