NBC can still call itself America's news leader -- but with a new team in place, its grip on the crown may be loosening.
Two movies airing outside the clutter of sweeps -- ABC's "Brian's Song" and CBS' "Jack & the Beanstalk: The Real Story" -- delivered strong ratings Sunday.
Warner Bros. had reason to cheer over ratings for the second full week of the November sweep: Company's off-netter "Friends" and freshman strip "ElimiDate" turned in two of the strongest perfs during…
Fox syndie arm Twentieth Television has sold new syndie talker "The Rob Nelson Show" to co-owned Fox Television Stations for a fall 2002 launch in broadcast syndication.
In a race reminiscent of last November's Bush-Gore battle, NBC has edged out Fox for the month's coveted young-adults demo crown.
The fall TV season continued to prove tricky for new firstrun syndicated strips as the November ratings sweep concluded, with most posting considerable timeslot rating declines from November 2000.
Both local and national breakfast news crowns switched hands in Los Angeles during the November ratings sweep, which saw reduced viewership in the market during nearly every daypart compared with…
Eye, Eye, Eye: As NBC and Fox fought to the finish for demographic bragging rights, CBS Wednesday claimed a total-viewers victory in the November sweeps, marking the net's third consecutive ratings…
Fox News Channel was the only cable news net to see gains in both primetime and total day vs. last November, but all three news nets saw audiences dwindle from October.
Action movies, highlighted by "Lethal Weapon 4" and Steven Seagal's "Fire Down Below," propelled TBS to anatypical first-place finish in the November primetime sweeps.
The Alphabet network is in trouble -- and getting it back on track won't be as easy as ABC. The "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" phenom has fizzled, in the process ripping off a billion-dollar…
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