Brazil's emergency plan to cut energy use by 20% is wiping soccer off primetime TV, hitting advertisers who have paid for expensive slots.
In a year in which sitcoms flopped and real people popped, telepics fizzled and crime dramas sizzled, the Big Six once again managed to hold their own against ever-exploding competitors like cable…
Fox O&O WNYW New York found out the hard way that nothing lasts forever. For the first time in sweeps history, WNYW's weeknight hourlong newscast at 10 failed to finish ahead of its two local rivals…
There's a new police chief cleaning up crime in D.C. and cleaning up in the ratings on Saturday night, but CBS drama "The District" remains under the radar of most TV observers.
One-hour season finales of its top two comedies boosted CBS to victory on the final Monday of the season, a night that also saw big numbers for a celebrity "Weakest Link" and a surprisingly tame…
Big scores from its season finales and an extra ratings bounce from the NBA playoffs boosted NBC to an easy primetime ratings victory last week, snapping several streaks in the process.
With three days remaining, both NBC and CBS jumped the gun Monday and claimed victory in the May sweeps contest.
Fox solidified its second-place demo standing for the sweep with an easy victory on the final Sunday of the season, a night that saw CBS and ABC enjoy success with high-profile made-fors.
With a return to dominance by its battle-weary Thursday lineup, NBC has put an exclamation point on its seventh straight May sweeps victory among young adults.
NBC wrapped up the third week of May sweeps with its most dominant Wednesday victory in more than nine years, led by the highest-rated one-hour "West Wing" ever and the most-watched episode in the…
If recent ratings are any indication, "Good Morning America" needs a wakeup call. In January 1999 the ABC News ayemcast relaunched with a spanking new Times Square studio and new hosts Charlie Gibson…