The big night awaits for the finalists, but for fans, is the fun already over?
Hollywood is starting to spread the tentpole wealth more effectively across the calendar.
The 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship on CBS Sports and Turner Sports is off to a strong ratings start, earning the highest opening-week average in 23 years.
A lengthy overrun from its coverage of college basketball's March Madness lifted CBS to victory in key demos Sunday, a night that saw Fox's “Family Guy” emerge as the top-rated broadcast series among…
Normally, the firing of a basketball coach — even one in Los Angeles — wouldn't really be a Hollywood story. But UCLA has chosen to dump Ben Howland for a reason that has cost many a showbiz exec his…
What otherwise would come as a shock to basketball fans next year might amount to little more than a ripple: College hoops' crown jewel, the Final Four, is poised to land on cable.
Forget basketball -- the new March Madness is happening at the movies. Studios are packing four or more big-budget bets into the month that traditionally has hosted half that many. For the second…
The most radical broadcast changes in years to college basketball's March Madness might first bewilder viewers but should ultimately empower them, said sports bigwigs from CBS and Turner.
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