CNN said it would launch both its revived “Crossfire” as well as a second primetime hour featuring host Anderson Cooper one week earlier than previously announced, hoping to capitalize on the…
ABC, NBC and CBS broke into daytime programming along with various Fox affiliates just before 2:45 p.m. Eastern time to transmit recorded remarks by President Barack Obama on the looming crisis in…
Viacom and Twitter are going back to the social TV well, after selling the tweet-related video sponsorship opps for MTV's 2013 Music Video Awards within a week of announcing their partnership. Duo…
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It’s tough to get an early ratings read on Thursday’s primetime action, as the first big night of preseason football games skewed the local-market preliminary estimates from Nielsen. ABC, CBS, NBC…
Sprout, the cable network that programs for preschoolers, has acquired three new series that will launch starting in August and through November. British series "Sarah and Duck" will make its debut…
Fox News Channel has long burnished slogans such as "Fair and Balanced" and "We Report, You Decide." But it may just as well have used this old chestnut: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." For years…
CBS Corp. and Netflix Inc. extended the companies' multi-year licensing agreement for certain pieces of content in the archives of programs CBS owns. Under the extended pact, new titles such as "L.A…
With its launch date quickly approaching, Pivot, Participant TV’s cabler geared toward millennials, has unveiled the premiere dates for several of its original programs. Pivot will kick off Aug. 1…
LONDON — On the eve of its Leavesden Studio facility's official opening, Warner Bros. is doubling down on investment in Blighty, announcing a multi-year program to train the next generation of…
CNN's newest talking head: Richard Nixon.
A TV company best known for its reliance on so-called "non fiction" programming is playing with something a little off-kilter for its viewers: scripted fare.