The NFL playoffs delivered more awesome ratings with a pair of down-to-the-wire finishes on Sunday, while the WB got off to a strong start with the debut of reality series "High School Reunion."
With a nailbiter NFL playoff game comprising nearly half of its primetime sked, Fox scored a dominant ratings victory on Sunday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
ABC capped a big football week with boffo ratings for Friday's college championship game and Saturday's pro playoff contests.
Tick, tick, tick… Although top-rated comedy "Friends" will be there for NBC next season and the net's freshman class is performing well enough, the race is on at the Peacock to find the next…
Wednesday's Sugar Bowl proved to be a sweet performer for ABC, while the battle in Pasadena also came up roses for the Alphabet.
More Angelenos stopped to watch the roses on KTLA than anywhere else New Year's Day, though viewership of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade on the station -- like attendance at the event -- was…
More people watched National Football League games on the Fox Network this season than during any other year since 1995.
The past year has been harsh to Wall Street, and it hasn't been that kind to CNBC, either. In year-end Nielsen Media Research ratings, the financial news net suffered a 44% drop in its total-day…
Pro football sacked the competition in basic cable for 2002, capturing nine of the 10 highest-rated slots for individual programs and propelling ESPN to double-digit gains in households and adults…
For cable newsies, a war with Iraq may not be such a bad thing. CNN, Headline News, MSNBC and CNBC showed double-digit drops in year-end ratings versus 2001, the year that auds flocked to the…
NBC has captured another primetime frame in the key young-adults demo while "CSI"-powered CBS again led in total viewers in a week littered with repeats.