In a bid to get everyone on the same page heading into the new season, execs from ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox gathered with reporters on the Fox lot to discuss the ways new technologies are affecting…
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FX drama “Sons of Anarchy” revved up in the ratings Tuesday night, kicking off its sixth season with record highs. According to Nielsen, the Kurt Sutter-created drama about an outlaw motorcycle club…
Numbers are in for the first full week of national sports channel Fox Sports 1, and the net has left plenty of room for improvement. Nielsen estimates that FS1 averaged 161,000 viewers in primetime…
It used to be that when Nielsen issued the final program rankings on the day after the season ended, the ratings book was closed. But as DVRs play an increasingly larger role in how Americans watch…
Prospect Park, the studio that revived "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" as online-only serials, announced it will move to a twice-per-week schedule for new episodes of the sudsers starting…
Conan O'Brien's latenight talker will remain on TBS through November 2015, suggesting the Time Warner-owned network is more comfortable with his program's performance after adding reruns of "The Big…
The 2012-13 season is still young, but network execs and media buyers are gearing up for what could be an arduous upfront advertising sales derby next summer.
Regis who? Disney-ABC's "Live!" is doing just fine without the legendary host who exited the show last November.
TV bizzers can't stop talking about the big jump in DVR usage during the past week and what it means for the primetime biz.
Where have all the television viewers gone this fall?
The theory that growing DVR usage is to blame for the mysterious ratings malaise gripping primetime got some new credence from a Nomura Equity Research analysis issued Thursday.
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