Tuesday, August 23, 2011
When is NBC-Universal Going to Stop Dancing With Failure And Hire Some Real Executives to Manage The SyFy Channel?
With Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern...the cable network formerly known as Sci-Fi Channel and presently known as SyFy Channel has been without legitimate management and leadership during the entire time NBC-Universal has owned the channel. This is due to the collective lack of talent of Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern as television programmers and managers...as well as their collective handicap in not being cerebral enough to handle the entire science fiction genre in television programming.
Perhaps as a non-verbal admission of failure in being unable to successfully program for a cable network that is supposed to be science fiction in content....Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern have other career plans nowadays. The three of them want to do a career switch over to the retail industry.
1. Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern want to open something along the lines of a "Game Boy Express"...retail outlet in the Oakridge Center Shopping Mall in Vancouver, British Columbia. With all of the video games having the SyFy Channel logo on it.
2. Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern want to open something along the lines of an "Ipod Express" retail outlet in the Manhattan Mall in beautiful New York, NY. With all of the Ipods having the SyFy Channel logo on it.
Everybody has the right to pursue their dreams I suppose, but NBC-Universal needs to start thinking seriously about staffing their ambiguous cable network presently known as SyFy Channel with programming executives and managers who would be serious about making serious money for the channel. You see, Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern have gone "Bye - Bye" from the SyFy Channel mentally. The three of them have retreated (mentally) into "Fantasy Career La-La Land" with unrealistic career dreams. They aren't interested in managing a cable network called SyFy Channel...a cable network they mutated into ambiguity through a lack of good management and lack of cerebral capabilities when dealing with science fiction. They would much prefer to open retail outlets in shopping malls across the country selling junk with the SyFy Channel logo slapped on it. Maybe they could get a deal in manufacturing costs if they had all of their SyFy Channel junk made in China. Including their video games and Ipods geared towards their prized teenager demographic. Their first step in retail global dominion.
The failure of the ambiguous cable network known as SyFy Channel is as much the fault of NBC-Universal as anyone else. It was NBC-Universal who installed Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern at this ambiguous cable network, which eventually led to this ambiguous cable network eventually becoming ambiguous after its glory days as a legitimate Science Fiction cable network in the 1990s. And now, Bonnie Hammer...David Howe, and Mark Stern want to "fly the coop" into retail heaven after rendering the SyFy Channel a deaf mute cable network.
Is NBC-Universal ever going to get serious about this ambiguous cable network of theirs? Are they ever going to get serious about installing management at this ambiguous cable network who can actually do the job of managing and programming the network where it's actually making money and not offending 95% of the viewing audience with bad decision making?
Here's some advice for NBC-Universal....
Release Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern from their employment at the SyFy Channel and allow the three of them to pursue their retail dreams. And then hire some real television executives who would know how to turn the SyFy Channel into an actual money making machine.
Posted by Languatron at 7:35 AM