NEW YORK-Just as large-format exhibition is expanding from what was once only theme parks and museums to more traditional theatrical venues — with industry leader Imax Corp.’s 144 worldwide theaters…
While Hakeem Olajuwon was dominating Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jackson was outscoring the two big men combined, as June 14 turned into a double dose of bad news for NBC. Sudden ending O’Neal was…
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programs ... With the Winter Olympics finally over, the network schedule returned to seminormal, though some sweeps stunts remained.
WCBS-TV had as good a February as Dan Jansen, Bonnie Blair and Nancy Kerrigan, skating to an easy sweeps victory in just about every category on the back of the Winter Olympics.
As networks start looking ahead to next season, the ratings of borderline programs, especially ones the webs had high hopes for, raise an interesting dilemma: Is it the show or the timeslot?
There's good news and bad news in New York's late news war -- growing viewership for the independents, while WCBS faces serious erosion.
If you schedule it, they will come. When it comes to newsmagazines that seems to be the mantra these days. "Now With Tom Brokaw & Katie Couric," the latest entry into this crowded field, has charged…
In an increasingly crowded field, syndicators emphasized to station promotion exex at the Promax convention Monday that they were looking for ways to break through the clutter.
The 37th annual Promax convention kicked off at Disney World Sunday with a speech by Disney chairman Michael Eisner about the potential -- both good and bad -- of the 500-channel environment.
Following the same pattern as the Arbitron book, WNBC's "News 4 New York" topped WABC's "Eyewitness News" for the 11 p.m. Nielsen ratings title, thanks to its strong prime time lead-ins. But, as with…
Bolstered by a strong NBC prime time sweeps and the monstrous "Cheers" finale, WNBC's "News 4 New York" dethroned WABC's "Eyewitness News" for the 11 p.m. Arbitron ratings crown.