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BBC battle stations

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Further strikes at the BBC are in the cards after unions rejected a peace offering from director general Mark Thompson. His proposals included a one-year moratorium on the 4,000 compulsory job cuts…

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Rejuvenation station

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With the Bartlet administration on the way out, there were some industry observers who believed at the beginning of last season that "The West Wing" was nearing its end as well.

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    Sunday Night Football

    Rating: 7.2

    Share: 20

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    60 Minutes

    Rating: 3.6

    Share: 10

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    Madam Secretary

    Rating: 1.9

    Share: 5

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Peacock powerhouse

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With NBC currently in fourth place, what Jeff Zucker needs -- besides a handful of hit shows and a stranglehold on the 18-49 demo -- is a potent dose of nostalgia, circa 1985.

Herzog Spikes exec team

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After five months on the job, Comedy Central/Spike TV prexy Doug Herzog has begun shuffling the exec deck at the men's cabler. Head of marketing Marc Edwards and senior VP of sports and specials Jim…

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Memorex moments

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Stung by last year's ratings dip, the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences is still searching for the answer to its Emmycast conundrum. Just 14 million viewers caught the 2004 broadcast, the event's…

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One last hurrah

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New York's finest and funniest have exited stage right -- but not before scoring some of the all-time biggest Emmy hauls. "NYPD Blue," winner of drama in 1995, and "Everybody Loves Raymond," which…

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