Word From the Editor
Monday, July 14 2008 | Comments (0)
Isn't interesting how our lives can be organized by television shows? Let me give you an example: the news may come on 6 o'clock in the morning. You may get up in time to watch that because you want to know the weather or the traffic conditions. You work your full day at your job (probably your co-workers were gossiping about a TV show they saw) and then you go home. You eat some dinner and then maybe watch your favorite prime time or late night show. You go to sleep and it is the same routine all over again.
At first glance, it may seem that TV has the power to run people's lives. Actually, the truth is that people are the power behind TV. Certain shows get certain slots of time in a day. One of the most coveted times in the week is "dinner time" or prime time. This is usually between the hours of 7-10pm Monday through Friday. Studies have shown that in this block of time, the most amount of people are watching shows. They based those studies off of monitoring how people watch television. That is power if I have ever heard of it...
We here at Realitybug.com understand that people are the power and it is our goal to provide a community on the internet where people can catch up with their favorite shows. It is an amazing thing and we love what we do.