With the news net’s launch just days away, Al Jazeera America has unveiled its programming schedule, which includes more than 14 hours of daily live news and newsmagazines. "We are all extremely…
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Does the Peacock have more wind under its feathers? NBC has wrapped its upfront sales process with an increase in the advance advertising commitments it has secured from sponsors for its coming…
After the rebooted version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” secured solid ratings for the net, the CW has invested in a second season of the improv comedy show, ordering 24 new halfhour episodes. "It's…
Advertisers' love affair with broadcast TV appears to be cooling. For the first time since recession-wracked 2009, the nation's five English-language broadcast networks are likely to secure fewer…
The CW has begun to write business as part of the annual "upfront" ad-sales session, as advertisers continue to show initial favor to those TV networks willing to seek moderate price increases. The…
The CW is juggling the pieces of its primetime sked in the coming season, making changes on each of its five nights to improve its standing in the measure that matters most to advertisers: Nielsen…
NBC's "The Voice" remained the top draw among young adults last week, but it was a more balanced Fox and CBS that emerged the network winners as April came to a close.
A later start to the fall season than usual could help reverse the CW's primetime ratings woes, the network's president, Mark Pedowitz, told the TV Critics Assn. press tour Monday.
The CW will stay out of the fray of the traditional fall season launch period, the network announced Thursday, postponing its series debuts to October.
The CW will accelerate the availability of its primetime programming on its website, shortening what had been a three-day delay to just eight hours starting Thursday.
The sheer volume of Netflix deals with content companies these days makes any single accord easy to overlook, but the pact announced Thursday for programming from the CW is more for all involved than…