"Small Sacrifices,""The Dead Pool" and a Barbara Walters-hosted preview of the "Turning Points" series propelled ABC to another decisive primetime Nielsens triumph and into a narrow lead in the July…
Two King World powerhouses, "Jeopardy!" and "The Oprah Winfrey Show," posted the biggest gains of any top-10 syndie shows during the week ended July 25.
"Good Morning America" widened its lead over NBC's "Today" in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for July 19-23, while "Nightline" scored its fourth consecutive household ratings win in latenight.
The Eye Web gave a big wink to Wall Street Wednesday, reporting significantly improved second-quarter operating results. The investment community embraced the news, pushing the stock of CBS up $ 8.75…
CBS has moved back into first place in the primetime Nielsens race, bookending the July 5-11 week with Monday-Tuesday and Saturday-Sunday victories that left the competition far behind.
All federal funding for public TV should go into national programming efforts rather than being partially divvied among local stations, a new report recommends.
The third quarter picked up where the second left off in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for June 28 through July 2, with ABC extending its morning streak to 34 weeks and "Nightline" capitalizing…
Ratings surged for the network morning shows in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for the second quarter, with ABC's "Good Morning America" leading the charge.
Summer vacation doldrums were apparent in Nielsen national syndication rankings for the week of June 14-20, with most talkshows and access magazines exhibiting ratings declines.
With the NBA playoffs and their ratings impact fading immediately into the past, the prime time Nielsens returned to business as usual last week -- CBS won in households, ABC won in adults 18-49 and…
David Letterman got a going-away present his last night on NBC: Big ratings. Friday's "Late Night," with guest Tom Hanks and a surprise appearance by Bruce Springsteen, won roughly double Letterman's…