MAXIMUM EXPOSURE 2003/04 Basic Information

This information is subject to change and was last updated on 11/27/02.

 

The 2003/04 Season (Season Four) of MAXIMUM EXPOSURE runs 10/03/03 (week of 09/29/03) through 09/26/04. MAXIMUM EXPOSURE has nine day window that runs Friday through the following Sunday.

 

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is a one-hour, satellite fed, weekly show. There are two feeds on the Wednesday before the window begins. A small compliment of tapes is available for stations that miss a feed, but primary delivery is by satellite.

 

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is closed captioned and in stereo.

 

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is scheduled by Paramount. 52 Episodes from the first two seasons will be delivered.

 

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is rated by Paramount and carries a TV Ratings icon. The show will usually carry a "TV-PG" rating, but may change according to need.

 

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE Generic Format (14 minutes commercial time; 7 minutes National, 7 minutes Local.)

 

Act 1, Break 1

2:02

National

 

Act 2

 

 

 

:20 In Show Promo *Season 2 episodes only.

 

 

 

CC :10 Fee Spot *Season 2 episodes only.

 

 

 

Break 2 

1:01

National

 

 

2:02

Local

 

Act 3, Two :10 Fee Spots *Season 2 episodes only.

 

 

 

Break 3 

2:32

Local

 

Act 4, Break 4

2:02

National

 

Act 5,

 

 

 

Two :10 Fee Spots *Season 1 episodes only.

 

 

 

:20 In Show Promo

 

 

 

Break 5 

2:02

National

 

Act 6, Two :10 Fee Spots *Season 2 episodes only.

 

 

 

In Show Promo/Break 6

2:32

Local

 

Close

 

 

 

Total Run Time

58:25

 

 

* Please note that episodes produced in Season 2 are shorter than those from Season 1. Since the overall barter runtime for all episodes will be 58:25, the episodes from Season 1 will have only 2 fee spots and 1 internal promo.

 

Contact Information for MAXIMUM EXPOSURE:

 

Advertising & Promotion

323-956-5683

Synopses, episodics, promo feeds

 

Program Lineups

323-956-5843

Make goods, preemptions, time changes

 

Broadcast Services

323-956-4470

Satellite feed, schedules and general information, and complete Generic Information