WWE SmackDown Delivers, Latest On The Rock, WWE In HD Update

WWE SmackDown Delivers, Latest On The Rock, WWE In HD Update

Post by ~???u?ü§ » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 08:17:34


- This past Fridays edition of SmackDown did a 3.2 fast national
rating, with a 6.0 share. That number is very strong and continues the
upward trend for WWE SmackDown as of late. The number was good enough
to put the CW Network in fourth place for the night, beating out Fox.

- The Rock makes a cameo appearance in the Reno 911 Miami movie as
SWAT Team Officer Rick Smith.

- Multichannel News recently ran an article on High Definition
programming on television. The article featured a quote from Bonnie
Hammer of the USA Network who mentioned WWE in HD by saying: Much of
our content is still shot in film, but were experimenting with [HD]
more and more. Were even trying to shoot [World Wrestling
Entertainment] in HD. Thats kind of challenging. Does a punch hit or
does it just go by? You see everything in HD. Youve got to be very
careful. As weve reported here before, that is WWEs main concern
with HD as they do not want to show blows that clearly miss.

 
 
 

WWE SmackDown Delivers, Latest On The Rock, WWE In HD Update

Post by Patient Zero 2.0... Froggy in the {mwo}, Butters, Hitman333, Lord Hatred and Rockboy's #1 hate target..SWEET!! » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 11:28:09


Quote:
>- This past Friday's edition of SmackDown did a 3.2 fast national
> rating, with a 6.0 share. That number is very strong and continues the
> upward trend for WWE SmackDown as of late. The number was good enough
> to put the CW Network in fourth place for the night, beating out Fox.

See Umaga destroying Rey=RATINGS!!!>
Quote:
> - The Rock makes a cameo appearance in the Reno 911 Miami movie as
> SWAT Team Officer Rick Smith.

> - Multichannel News recently ran an article on High Definition
> programming on television. The article featured a quote from Bonnie
> Hammer of the USA Network who mentioned WWE in HD by saying: "Much of
> our content is still shot in film, but we're experimenting with [HD]
> more and more. We're even trying to shoot [World Wrestling
> Entertainment] in HD. That's kind of challenging. Does a punch hit or
> does it just go by? You see everything in HD. You've got to be very
> careful." As we've reported here before, that is WWE's main concern
> with HD as they do not want to show blows that clearly miss.