Ratings for the Winter Olympics on NBC continue to trend ahead of four years ago, but the advantages have begun to decline -- and the Peacock is trying to do something about it.
The start of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games last week gave NBC a kick in the fringe ratings in the ayem and latenight.
Four nights of the Olympics have compensated for one big Super Bowl night, propelling NBC ahead of Fox as the February sweep nears the halfway point.
The warring weblets can put away their slingshots: For the first time in recent memory, both UPN and the WB appear to be on the right track.
The Peacock is prospering, and it's not just because of the Olympics. When Nielsen issues primetime ratings today for the week of Feb. 4-10, NBC will finish well ahead of its rivals by all key…
Patriotism was out in full force Friday night, as NBC set Olympics ratings records with its opening-night ceremonies from Salt Lake City. Turnout then came back down to Earth a bit on Saturday, but…
ABC News' "Good Morning America" continues to give ayem leader "Today" a run for its money -- particularly in key demos.
Courtshow addicts are beginning to discover a colorful Houston lawman named Larry Joe Doherty, who presides over "Texas Justice," the syndicated TV series that has vaulted to the No.-1-rated slot…
Viewers took NBC's "Frasier" up on its proposal Tuesday night, as the vet laffer dominated its timeslot and lifted the net to victory on the night by most key demo measures.
NBC figures to skate circles around its rivals when the Winter Olympics begins on Friday, but for a few days, anyway, Fox can bask in its huge weekly victory and great start to sweeps, courtesy of…
The most competitive and closest Super Bowl finish in more than a decade produced surprisingly mediocre ratings Sunday on Fox. And no, "Fear Factor" was not a factor.