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Tomorrow Will Be Televised is a weekly program covering the television scene. Journalist Simon Applebaum hosts the program, featuring live guests, breaking TV news and commentary. Guests include network TV executives, show producers/creators, entrepreneurs launching new TV services, TV critics and pundits.

Upcoming Broadcasts

The program all about TV, simulcast live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guest: Fake Off executive producer Chris Culvenor.
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On-Demand Episodes

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guests: Lights Out executive producer Warren Leight, and Parables general manager/programming chief Issac Hernandez.

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guests: Let's Stay Together creator/executive producer Jacque Edmonds-Cofer; Fred Ruckel, producer/co-subject of Dream House on DIY Network, and Sean Compton,... more

Internet radio program covering the TV scene, live from the offices of Starz near Bryant Park in New York: Our guests: Spartacus executive producer/writer Steven S. DeKnight; Fairly Legal creator/executive producer Michael Sardo,... more

Internet radio program covering the TV scene,live from WNET 13 in New York. Our guests: American Masters executive producer Susan Lacy, and iVillage digital journalist Kelly Wallace (former CNN/CBS anchor-reporter).

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guests: Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver, executive producers/writers of Being Human, Syfy's first new series of 2011; Jacob Arback, president/chief executive officer of MUSL-TV,... more

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guests: Chi-Hui Yang, curator of Cinema Asian America On Demand, and Mel Rogers, president/chief executive officer of PBS SoCal, formerly KOCE-TV, Huntington Beach, California.

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our 2011 opening episode guests: Live To Dance executive producer Howard Owens, Greek creator/executive producer Sean Smith, and Rick Feldman, president of the National Association... more

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guest: V executive producer Steve Pearlman

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guests: Troy Ramsey, Black Broadcasting Network entertainment vice president; Tony Clomax and Emelyn Stuart, executive producer/producer of 12 Steps To Recovery, an original... more

Internet radio program covering the TV scene. Our guest: AOL TV critic Maureen Ryan.

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