Ask an exec

This is the latest from SciFi Wire…

Got a question about SCI FI’s impending change to Syfy or anything else? You can ask Craig Engler, senior vice president and general manager of SCI FI Digital, directly via Twitter.

Engler will answer viewer questions on everything from the upcoming Syfy changeover to current series production and other breaking news.

“Most networks out there are using Twitter strictly for promotional purposes,” Engler said in a statement. “We’re looking at it as a way give fans direct access to a network executive and at the same time provide them with a look at what goes on behind the scenes. We’ll also be talking about our shows both on the air and in production, sharing news and answering questions via a special hashtag #syfyq.”

Direct access, you say? What’s going on behind the scenes, you say? Here’s yet another way to contact someone who would be in a position to make sure that Virtuality doesn’t just die on the vine. Take a few moments to tell Mr. Engler about how much you loved the show.


1 Response to “Ask an exec”

  1. 1 Michael July 28, 2009 at 11:34 am

    I truly enjoyed Virtuality and had hoped that Fox would pick it up.
    Unfortunately, the majority of viewers seem to be hooked on the flood of (un)reality shows and modern versions of TED MACK’S AMATEUR HOUR meets THE GONG SHOW. Why not just combine them all and call it “SO YOU THINK AMERICAN IDOLS HAVE DANCING TALENT”?
    I am sure these type of show are cheaper to produce, make TON of money for Rupert and the gang and certainly don’t require much intelligence to conceive and even less to watch. Fox has several
    good shows and should break from the formuletic pack and add programs such as Virtuality to the likes of Fringe, Bones, House, Mental and so on. Let’s get back to good television and leave the crap to CBS.

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