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  • V-me -- which is also using the phrase "infront" - will take a similat approach, forgoing a big event in New York City in favor of a series of meeting with individual agencies and marketers starting the first week of May and running through mid June.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Like last year, Peacock plans to hold upfront meetings -- which it dubs its "infront" -- a few weeks early, starting in New York on May 4.

    Variety.com

  • Anyways, buried under this tragic news was that the network was in the process of screening its potential pilots this week and readying for its "infront" announcement is it just me, or did these things used to be called "upfronts"? on Monday.

    When will "Chuck" 's fate be decided?

  • NBC is billing its Wednesday presentation to advertisers and the press as an "infront" to replace the traditional more lavish "upfront" normally held in May -- which it will forgo this season.

    Post-Strike, Networks

  • NBC dubbed its presentation an "infront" because it came more than a month before the TV networks 'traditional mid-May "upfront" presentations to advertisers.

    NBC's Preview of Prime Time

  • Chicago and San Antonio for what they dub an "infront" presentation.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Estrella TV's "infront" presentations will take place between April 19 and May 21.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Cast and crew had originally expected to hear before Monday's planned NBC "infront" presentation to advertisers.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • NBC unveiled partial plans for the fall season at its "infront" presentation Monday.

    Media Buyer Planner

  • NBC Keeps Upfront Ahead of Rivals NBC is still staying "infront" of the broadcast networks with its upfront presen ...

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