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Not only do commentators on children's literature tend to ignore television tie-ins as a phenomenon but also, when discussing significant individual works of juvenile fiction, they seldom highlight any books within the television tie-in category.
The media tie-ins have their Star Trek conventions, but they are isolated from the larger s.
Their darned ubiquity, Tricon says, is the reason its own tie-in flopped.
Adults will also be drawn to McDonald's "Tarzan" tie-in, says Brett Dicker, Disney's senior VP of marketing and national promotions, if only because its "Jungle Surprise" tear-off coupon campaign will award some vine-swinging tyro a million bucks.
So far, its merchandising tie-ins include a line of plush toys designed by Woodland Hills-based Applause/Dakin.
Toy Fair here this week will be jampacked with movie tie-ins.
The studio also has synergistic tie-ins with these divisions of parent company News Corporation: FX, Fox Movie Channel, Fox Sports Regional, National Geographic Channel, Fox Sports En Espanol, DIRECTV, MySpace.
We anticipate our exit production rate will reach 2,000 boe/d for fiscal 2006, subject to rig availability, drilling successes and the timing of completions and tie-ins.
Of the five wells previously disclosed as awaiting tie-in for production, three have been tied-in and two are waiting on regulatory approval.
Also at Mantario, natural gas production from two recently-completed wells (75% working interest), together with facility-produced solution gas is scheduled for tie-in to a provincial distribution system in February 2006.
Technip will also install a mini manifold, a tie-in structure, and complete all associated tie-ins, testing and pre-commissioning.