Listen to Episode 5 of our weekly podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman. This week, Lieberman and host David Bloom discuss Wall Street’s growing worries over weak initial ratings for the fall TV season and what that means for the media companies that own the Big 4 broadcast networks; the boom in Internet advertising through the first half of the year, and which companies are benefitting most; and, finally in a courtroom, the $2.5 billion lawsuit by AMC Networks against Dish Network over closure of Voom Networks. Meanwhile, Lieberman discusses whether Dish-using fans of The Walking Dead are likely to be mollified by free scary movies as their beloved show debuts during Dish’s continuing blackout of AMC channels.

Deadline Big Media Episode 5 (MP3 format)
Deadline Big Media Episode 5 (M4A format)

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