Strong numbers for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game and improved results for scripted originals “24: Live Another Day” and “Gang Related” lifted Fox to a rare primetime ratings victory in young…
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UPDATE: In updated national estimates released Wednesday afternoon, the MLB All-Star Game averaged a strong 3.2 rating/11 share in adults 18-49 (flat vs. last year) and 11.34 million total viewers…
The hits just keep on coming for Major League Baseball, with reports that several more big-name players will accept suspensions — with the most prominent rule-breaker being Yankees star Alex…
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Fox may have been last week’s top program among young adults, but it alone wasn’t enough to carry the net to victory. Instead, Univision and its popular…
Major League Baseball has suspended all-star infielder Ryan Braun without pay for the remainder of the 2013 season for violating the Joint Drug Prevention/Treatment Program. Braun was recently linked…
Tune-in for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game was up slightly this year, with Tuesday’s telecast on Fox averaging 11 million viewers to rule as the night’s top program. Key to the rise was…
Baseball’s All-Star Game on Fox and “America’s Got Talent” on NBC were the top draws on Tuesday, but CW got off to a promising start with its “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” revival hosted by Aisha Tyler…
Last year's top MLB rookie stars, Mike Trout and Bryce Harper, might have helped All-Star ratings.
The network is scheduled for an Aug. 17 launch and will be available in the 90 million homes reached by its ancestor Speed.
Major League Baseball has signed eight-year extensions of its TV rights deals with Fox, TBS and the MLB Network, effective in 2014, that double the value of their previous pacts.
Trying to establish a bigger baseball beachhead on Saturday nights, Fox said it would broadcast MLB games in primetime for eight consecutive weeks, the network's most ever.