More traffic means more advertising dollars.
Michael Jackson is the ultimate traffic accident. People can't take their eyes off him.
I think it's the sign of a leader to step up and say, you know, when something's not working to have the guts to reverse it. And the worst thing you can do is to let that mistake linger.
People are looking for original content in many different places, as are advertisers. This takes us into a whole new ballgame.
It's a growing trend. Viewers are our customers, but so are advertisers. And advertisers want different ways to reach our viewers.
I've said this forever - I've always believed the Today show is more than the sum of its parts.
I've spent over half my life at NBC. This is the only place I have ever worked.
It is a significant acknowledgment that the way people are watching television is changing and the model is quickly changing.
The television business is actually going through a tremendous transition, but I think at the end of the day, television is still paramount.
CNBC is a very serious-minded financial news network, and what we've seen thus far from Fox appears to be not as investment-focused or financially focused, and that's good for us.
Local television is a slightly different story. It is under much more pressure in the same way that all local businesses are, whether that's a local newspaper, local radio or local television. But I think television in the aggregate is actually in very good shape.
We're in this transition period of figuring out how to deal with all the new technology that is out there, but television still proves to be the granddaddy of them all.
The cable model is just a better model. Dual revenue stream: advertising-supported and subscription-supported revenues.
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