The webs are taking a somewhat calmer approach to midseason shuffling this year, launching fewer shows and making fewer dramatic sked changes.
The Eye web's Emmy and Golden Globe-shunned sitcom success "Everybody Loves Raymond" has finally gotten its due from a kudos competish.
Boosted by the turbulent bull market, biz news cabler CNBC turned in a boffo Nielsen performance in 1998.
Basic cable networks continued their steady, year-by-year climb as a category in the Nielsen ratings, shooting up another 2.8 million homes in 1998 to reach a record average of 22.7 million…
CBS rescued rerun-besieged holiday-week viewers with its Dec. 29 airing of "The Bodyguard," which chased off all Nielsen threats to earn CBS' best nonsports Tuesday adults 18-49 rating in more than…
Pointing to Tuesday's victory in a Delaware federal court, Playboy Television topper Jim English wants to get a running start when it comes to gaining back ground in the 14 million homes where…
Anticipating the demise of the entire 1998-99 National Basketball Assn. season, TBS has shifted its 12-year-old "National Geographic Explorer" series from its longstanding berth between 7 and 9 p.m…
Veteran TV journo Marcia Brandwynne is returning to the local TV news scene as exec producer of KTLA's "KTLA Morning News," starting Jan. 18.
Divorce rates in the U.S. may be dropping, but "Divorce Court" is a hot ticket in syndication.
The three highest-rated TV series among men 18-49 and men 25-54 -- counting all dayparts -- since Sept. 6 are National Football League games on Fox, ABC and CBS.
Digital terrestrial broadcaster ONdigital has sublicensed Mike Tyson's next two fights to Front Row, the cable pay-per-view service. The deal is a blow to BSkyB -- which has broadcast all of Tyson's…
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