As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television." /> Sickness and health <b>By Mark Schon</b><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television.
As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television." />
As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television." />

As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television." data-categories = "" data-popup = "" data-ads = "Yes" data-company = "[]" data-outstream = "yes" data-auth = "">

Sickness and health By Mark Schon

As a candidate, Bill Clinton promised to create more jobs. As the president, however, he may have cost dozens of people their positions at Lifetime Medical Television.

The countdown to Brandweek is on! Join us, Sept. 12-16, to identify new growth opportunities, solve challenges and connect with power players. View the lineup and secure your pass.

LMT, the 10-year-old block of programming that ends its regular Sunday run on the Lifetime cable network Aug. 1, was never intended for lay viewers (unless they happened to enjoy watching a good arthroscopic procedure). Rather, it was aimed at physicians, and pharmaceutical firms flocked to the channel to reach this lucrative audience.

AW+

WORK SMARTER - LEARN, GROW AND BE INSPIRED.

Subscribe today!

To Read the Full Story Become an Adweek+ Subscriber

View Subscription Options

Already a member? Sign in