Syndication has been good to Steve Harvey this year. The comic actor/radio host/talkshow host has seen the two shows he headlines climb the charts, with some considering his style of urban hip to be…
"Maury," the king of so-called conflict talkers, will see a couple of would-be rivals move onto its turf this fall -- MGM's "Paternity Court," starring lawyer Lauren Lake, and CBS Television…
Daytime TV has always been targeted squarely at women, but more than ever, syndicators discuss daytime success or failure almost strictly in terms of the key demo -- women 25-54.
New York: If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere, and that's definitely true in syndication. If a show performs well in New York City, the country's largest market, it can make up for…
Some syndies boast sizable DVR improvements after viewers are given a week to catch up -- even if those bumps aren't close to the gains that top primetime programs typically see.
"There's never been a better time to be British in Hollywood," says BBC Worldwide America general manager of channels Perry Simon.
Regis who? Disney-ABC's "Live!" is doing just fine without the legendary host who exited the show last November.
While newcomers like Katie Couric, Ricki Lake, Jeff Probst and Steve Harvey have been hogging the syndication spotlight, Ellen DeGeneres has seen her show quietly turn in one of its strongest…
In an attempt to cut their costs for syndicated programming, TV station groups have been experimenting with homegrown fare that they roll out slowly in a few markets before making a larger commitment.
Disney-ABC's new talker, "Katie," premiered to strong ratings Monday, Sept. 10, tying the bow of "Rachael Ray" in 2009, and equaling the best talk debut since "Dr. Phil" in 2002, at a 2.8 household…