The wave of Spanish-speaking immigrants to New York over the past few decades crashed into WCBS-TV in the July sweeps, causing the station to fall behind Univision's WXTV in all of the key local-news…
Crime paid for both CBS and NBC last week, with additional episodes of dramas "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" carrying the nets to primetime ratings victories.
From "Dead Zone" to "Crank Yankers," basic cable is on a warm-weather roll. Ray Giacopelli, VP of research for Comedy Central, says, "The mass audience has finally picked up on the fact that summer…
The wave of Spanish-speaking immigrants to New York over the last few decades crashed into WCBS-TV in the July sweeps, causing the station to fall behind Univision's WXTV in all of the key local-news…
Things are heating up for the summer's elimination-style reality shows, as both CBS' "Big Brother 3" and Fox's "American Idol" shot up to new ratings heights Wednesday.
Hordes of young viewers have stumbled on Warner Bros./Telepictures' nightly syndicated half-hour "ElimiDate" this summer, pumping up its weekly numbers to a best-ever 2.0 rating.
Three weeks from its finale, Fox's summer hit "American Idol" drew its largest aud yet Tuesday, boosted by a surge in teen viewership.
Household cable ratings for the second episode of E!'s "The Anna Nicole Show" dropped 25% from the show's preem the previous week, while viewership among key demos was buoyant.
Newsmags made a comeback last week, but it was alternative series like Fox's hot "American Idol" that ruled primetime among young adults.
Baseball sluggers are accused of popping steroids and the World Series is facing the threat of a strike, but TV fans are not deserting the game: More people are watching baseball on the Fox Network…
E! Entertainment Television's Sunday premiere of "The Anna Nicole Show" marked the second-highest-rated debut of any series on basic cable in history, second only to USA Network's recent preem of…