No matter how many next-day TV ratings stories I write, I'm still the embodiment of the headache networks and advertisers suffer from these days.
Netflix may have created a binge-viewing monster. Beginning Thursday, Machinima has offered up all 10 episodes in the second season of Web series "Mortal Kombat: Legacy," embracing the way streaming…
Broadway Video Entertainment’s “Saturday Night Live” has set up shop on YouTube — its first official channel on the world’s biggest Internet video destination — but the free clips are not available…
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TV programmers frustrated that shows watched on tablets and smartphones have been invisible to Nielsen’s ratings may finally get a solution — next year. Next week, Nielsen will formally announce to…
The TV war between CBS and Time Warner Cable boiled over into online video Friday, as the Eye retaliated against the operator by blocking all TW Cable broadband customers from accessing full episodes…
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are back, this time in the ferocious world of Wall Street. Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoirs, “The Wolf of Wall Street” chronicles the ex-stockbroker’s rise and…
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…
The TV industry is taking a small step towards catching up with the consumption patterns of its audience, who are increasingly making use of digital technologhy to watch their favorite programs.
With residents of Pine Valley's "All My Children" frozen in time for almost two years, Prospect Park released a 10-minute storyline recap to brings fans of the sudser up to speed ahead of April 29…
Agnes Nixon's socially relevant serials "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" were groundbreaking in content when they debuted on ABC over 40 years ago.
Think that TV rating systems are a mess in U.S. -- what with timeshifted viewership on TVs and online viewing not always monetized for TV program owners? There are bigger problems worldwide.