Fans of "48 Hours" have long sampled the program by watching TV, but for the past two weeks, they might have tried a new means of access: a podcast. A free, downloadable five-part podcast from the…
CBS will devote two hours to "48 Hours" this Saturday, rather than just the usual 60 minutes – the latest example of the series stretching beyond its usual structure. The venerable newsmagazine…
CBS News is taking more than a few minutes to draw attention to this week's broadcast of "48 Hours." The reason? Producers think Saturday's investigation is likely to strike a deeper chord than some…
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Two news programs concern themselves with justice Tuesday night, and the one people are less likely to watch is clearly the more worthy and extraordinary. A PBS “Frontline” production, “Outlawed in…
CBS will swap a scripted crime-and-justice series in May for an unscripted one put together by its news division. CBS News said “Brooklyn DA” will air Tuesdays at 10 p.m. starting May 21, the final…
Investigation Discovery will launch five new original series in February and March, along with its latest documentary film, "Cocaine Cowboys."
It's not clear whether the NATAS News and Documentary Emmys have ever been a part of David Letterman's nightly monologue, but get ready.
French brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet happened to be shooting a documentary about New York firefighters that became "9/11," the riveting, landmark CBS production.
After a fall launch that's left everyone a bit bruised, network execs hoped to see a bit of healing come January -- but a writers' strike now threatens to leave them even more bloodied.
With the history of reality TV including memorable turns by the likes of Brigitte Nielsen and Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, you know the bar hasn't been set very high. But even by those standards…
It may be a little late to say so, but Dan Rather's aptly titled, not-quite-farewell retrospective reflects innate understanding of a simple truth: The CBS newsman has always been a reporter first…