CBS' ambitious series "Under the Dome" is leading the charge among the broadcasters to recapture viewers and advertising dollars that have fled to cable during the summer months.
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia is predicting an audience and policymakers backlash if broadcasters make good on threats to pull programming off free-to-air TV channels because of his company's Internet…
As the big English-language TV networks contend with sliding ratings and the lack of a big freshman hit among rookie programs, predictions call for them to win smaller price hikes in this year's…
Updated: 6:11 p.m. PDT LAS VEGAS–News Corp. president and COO Chase Carey told the opening gathering at the NAB Show Monday that if Fox does not prevail in the Aereo case, it will consider turning…
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
Amid a backdrop of record-low ratings for some broadcast shows, cable is feeling pretty good about its prospects in this year's upfront advertising sales derby.
As Aereo's legal case winds its way through the courts, one Wall Streeter wonders if broadcasters should revisit the idea of converting to cable networks.
There's a discernible dividing line this season between TV's haves and have-nots.
Thanks to a comedy comeback, the major networks have been at least temporarily spared the indignity of becoming the equivalent of uninvited guests at a party they're hosting.
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