The Winter Olympics sent KCBS-TV's key demographic ratings soaring, with the station delivering two to three times its normal primetime levels during the February sweeps.
The two-hour premiere of Rysher Entertainment's "Thunder in Paradise" roared into the Nielsen national syndication rankings with a 5.3 rating.
ABC hopped past CBS to win a tough Easter week primetime Nielsen race. Relying on its midweek strength --"Home Improvement,""Roseanne" and a solid start for the new sitcom "These Friends of Mine"-…
"Good Morning America" closed out the first quarter with a solid win over "Today," though the only positive movement in the daypart year-to-year was recorded by perennial cellar-dweller "CBS This…
King World's syndication leader "Wheel of Fortune" held firm during the February sweeps but experienced slight erosion in key demographic groups, according to a Petry Television analysis of the…
"Robocop: The Series" burst its way into the Nielsen national syndication rankings during the week ended March 20 with an arresting ratings performance.
The second-highest-rated Academy Awards telecast in 11 years presented ABC with its strongest primetime Nielsen score since Oscar week 1993 and its widest margin of victory in more than three years.
The networks are rolling out some very big guns for the May sweeps, including three CBS miniseries and the eight-hour ABC event "The Stand."
Oscar is getting younger; no, Oscar is getting older. How about a little of both? This year's Academy Awards telecast performed stronger with women 18-49, but weaker with men 18-49 than last year's…
ABC and CBS tied for the Aug. 23-29 primetime Nielsens lead, but it was Fox Broadcasting Co. that enjoyed the most encouraging results from its early fall premieres.
CBS' "Late Show With David Letterman" kept plenty of viewers up past their bedtime Monday, grabbing numbers comparable to the premiere of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" back in May 1992.