CBS is swapping timeslots for frosh dramas "Threshold" and "Close to Home," while sib netlet UPN has ordered a full season of laffer "Love, Inc." At the Eye, the net this month will test moving…
CBS got out the broom to start the November sweep, routing the competish on Thursday and prevailing with ease on Friday behind hot rookie "Ghost Whisperer."
Russian broadcasters may be set for another confrontation with lawmakers -- but this time the issue isn't politics. On Oct. 30, national broadcaster NTV aired a graphic primetime probe into…
A drama looking at terrorism in Saudi Arabia is making waves across the Arab world.
MTV Networks Africa has signed program distribution deals with free-to-air broadcasters in Kenya, Nigeria and Ghana for MTV Base, its pan-African music TV division.
Call it British snobbery, but there is a tendency for some webheads here to play down the importance of U.S. skeins in their schedules.
The two U.S. Spanish-language networks continued their competing claims for market dominance last week, issuing a maze of ratings numbers.
That CBS' "60 Minutes" is again the top newsmagazine on television is no surprise. The 38-year-old franchise is showing almost as much vitality as its front man Mike Wallace.
Crime dramas and reality shows, two genres that have flooded primetime in recent years, appear to be cooling off as the end of 2005 nears.
For decades, networks and local stations depended on the November, February and May sweeps ratings to determine their ad rates for the entire year. But as the November sweeps began last week, the…