appointment viewing

appointment viewing

n
(Broadcasting) the practice of setting time aside to watch particular television programmes
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It's maybe the only real appointment viewing across all of entertainment right now.
The heavy engagement on the platform has become a template in how TV shows - particularly their casts _ can engage with an audience and promote appointment viewing.
News consumption is no longer limited to appointment viewing or our daily commute.
This is going to become more relevant because today's gen- eration is moving away from appointment viewing, has a short attention span, and greater restlessness with brand messaging.
There's a phrase in television called appointment viewing, where you want to watch it.
We've shifted from appointment viewing to watching at our own convenience.
At the same time, networks have recognized the benefits of appointment viewing and programs that generate passion among a loyal base.
Common Sunday, BBC1 In the age of Netflix and box sets, the idea of appointment viewing is almost non existent.
7 billion are providing additional viewing opportunities outside the appointment viewing taking place in people s living rooms, says Ted Hall, senior analyst.
Tim Davie, chief executive of BBC Worldwide, said: "Few TV shows can still lay claim to being appointment viewing but Doctor Who takes this to another level.
Details are patchy at this stage, with the part of Thomas Cromwell - the figure at the heart of the books - yet to be cast, but no doubt this will be appointment viewing.
Wallace made '60 Minutes' compulsively watchable, television's first newsmagazine that became appointment viewing on Sunday nights.