The Northridge earthquake registered high on the Nielsen scale in the 28 Nielsen-metered markets outside Los Angeles, but the big ratings the networks garnered from their daytime coverage and news…
The question on the table is a troubling one: individual vs. community rights. In its search for an answer, "A Place for Madness" finds there are only more questions.
While most of the industry was shut down by Monday's massive earthquake, Turner Broadcasting went ahead Tuesday with its skedded half-day of promo material for the nation's TV critics, but the show…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 2.5 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 11.4 Network: NBC
Big Brother2Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.9 Network: CBS
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars3Rating: 2.1 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: ABC
L.A. residents want their quake TV -- for a day or so, anyway. Despite widespread power and cable outages, viewing levels soared after Monday's deadly 6.6 shaker struck at 4:31 a.m. But by Monday…
Voices: Lily Tomlin, Thom Sharp, Amy Ziff, Pamela Segall, Reno, Kellen Hathaway, Carolyn Lawrence, Jarett Lennon, Sherry Lynn, Adam Ryen, Kath Soucie.
MAI, the media-to-moneybroking group led by socialist entrepreneur Lord Hollick, Tuesday staked its claim to become one of the ITV network's leading players by announcing a takeover bid for Anglia TV.
ABC has edged CBS for Jan. 10-16 primetime Nielsens laurels, pulling the Alphabet net within 0.2 rating points of leader CBS in the seasonlong race -- its best competitive position at this stage of…
In a replay of when the first U.S. bombs hit Baghdad, CNN anchor Bernard Shaw got the all-news station on the air first with news of the Northridge earthquake at 4:31 a.m. Monday.
Fox Broadcasting Co. had something to smile about before the ground started shaking as its new sitcom, "The George Carlin Show," got off to a strong startSunday, according to preliminary Nielsen…
Local broadcasters, already reeling through Southern California's economic recession, were dealt another blow by the massive earthquake that rocked the San Fernando Valley early Monday.