Syndie ratings for the week ended July 17 rebounded from a summer slowdown that had been exacerbated by multiple preemptions in the previous two weeks.
CBS and Fox dominated the primetime ratings races last week, while summer circulation remains low for struggling NBC and the WB. ABC also didn't have much going on, save solid firstrun performer…
All signs point to a FAIR fight: Opposing sides are preparing for a Senate hearing this week on the Fairness, Accuracy, Inclusivity and Responsiveness in Ratings Act of 2005, which would require…
NBC and the WB, both coming off tough seasons, will look to rebound in the fall by adding younger viewers. These nets have seen their median ages rise in the past couple of years as they've been…
TBS was in the dumps after the 2002-03 season, dragged down by the loss of tens of thousands of adults 18-49. The solution -- shed old viewers and lure new ones to bring in more ad dollars -- was…
Dance fever spread across the dial to Fox on Wednesday, as the net's premiere of "So You Think You Can Dance" delivered nifty Nielsens. Hoofer competish from 19 Entertainment and Dick Clark Prods…
President Bush's speech announcing his pick for the Supreme Court delivered big numbers for cable news nets, which spent much of the day Tuesday speculating on whom the nominee would be.
In a summer when the broadcast nets are tightly bunched in the ratings race for young adults, a big event like the Major League Baseball All-Star Game can shake up the order of things.
The Sci Fi Channel delivered stratospheric primetime ratings for the season premieres of its July 15 lineup of scripted series "Stargate SG-1," "Stargate Atlantis" and "Battlestar Galactica."
Don't Spaniards dig suburban satire, dead narrators and sex with gardeners? "Desperate Housewives" has trounced the opposition on terrestrial webs in northern Europe, decimating broadcasters'…
One week after summer smash "Dancing With the Stars" ended its run, ABC retained its Wednesday supremacy with a stout start for unscripted skein "Brat Camp." Six-week series from Shapiro/Grodner…