Television Expert Witnesses
In 1950, only nine percent of American households had a television. By 1960, that number had increased to ninety percent. In the 1990’s ninety-eight percent of U.S. homes had at least one television and that television was on for at least seven hours a day. Today, according to the Consumer Electronic Association (CEA) there are 285 million televisions in the United States. Our television expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants are scholars and researchers from major universities and professionals including television series producers, writers, studio executives, cable television network executives, news directors, and station managers. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to the following: various television genres, ratings, programming, trends, pitching, censorship, influences, history of television, analysis, scheduling, promotion, marketing, broadcast ethics, cable, advertising, sales, foreign-language television, international television, distribution and sales, marketing plans, business development, interactive television, license negotiation, public diplomacy, program packaging, video on demand, competitive analysis, impact of media violence, media policy, broadcast law, labor law, emergency broadcasting, script development, television series development, special effects, hiring practices, and more.