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A He-Man leads the U.S.A. $yndication War$

Syndication is the red hot TV cartoon trend of the 1980s says George W. Woolery. He tells us how big dollars are being made by the right packages. Brandishing his sword and uttering the incantation “By the power of Grayskull, I have the power!” He-Man does! Capturing the attention of more little boys via syndication… Read More »

A He-Man leads the U.S.A. $yndication War$ – Page 2

Although the policy guidelines were rescinded recently, the FCC insisting it was no longer necessary to force stations to provide children’s programming due to the proliferation of local and cable-TV stations and the lucrative advertising market, it began an escalating demand for cartoon shows. The animated film series were less expensive over a year s… Read More »

A He-Man leads the U.S.A. $yndication War$ – Page 3

Filling a vacuum with a brand new concept, two studios have produced new syndicated programming for Sunday morning this past fall. The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, distributed by Worldvision, contains three separate series, a group of tiny bears called The Paw Paws, Galtar and the Golden Lance and Yogi’s Treasure Hunt. Super Sunday, or Super… Read More »