No Phelps, no problem for NBC last week, which once again dominated the primetime ratings race with the Summer Olympics.
Did Phelps and Bolt benefit "Kath & Kim"? The Beijing Olympics attracted more than 211 million viewers during its two-week run, making it the most-viewed event in TV history -- and thus a great…
NBC closed out its Olympics coverage in strong fashion Sunday as the final night of the Games continued the network's dominance of the past two weeks.
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Seven Network has wasted no time inking a deal with Australian swimming star Stephanie Rice, winner of three gold medals at the just-concluded Beijing Olympics.
If coverage of the Olympics often seemed like the Michael Phelps Channel, that's because it largely was, a study of news reports about the 2008 Summer Games found.
The Olympics came to an end with a Closing Ceremony that put an exclamation mark on a fortnight filled with triumph, tragedy and unending drama.
Simon & Schuster has announced that Olympian superman Michael Phelps will write a book about his exploits in Beijing to be published in time for the holiday season.
Television is about to pull off a magic trick that would render even David Copperfield envious: In the blink of an eye, all of China will disappear.
In its 24/7 airing of the Beijing Olympics, NBC has been both lucky and good.
Although its second-week averages continue to lag behind what it registered last week when swimming dominated coverage, NBC's telecast of the Beijing Summer Olympics crushed the competition in…