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  • Veteran Holt in unique position at NBC

    Lester Holt's first report card as NBC's choice to fill in for suspended anchor Brian Williams as "Nightly News" anchor found him maintaining the network's ratings lead, although the competition has tightened. The understated understudy has worked...
  • Doug Herzog takes over MTV, VH-1 in Viacom restructuring

    Doug Herzog takes over MTV, VH-1 in Viacom restructuring
    Cable giant Viacom Inc. has restructured its large portfolio of TV channels while expanding the responsibilities of veteran programming executive Doug Herzog. Herzog now will oversee the MTV, VH-1 and Logo channels in addition to two popular networks...
  • CBS wins week in ratings despite 'SNL'

    Television viewers were clearly curious about the anniversary party that "Saturday Night Live" threw for itself on Sunday, with more than 23 million viewers tuning in. The Nielsen company said it was the highest-rated entertainment telecast on NBC...
  • NBC channel is now live on PCs, devices in 10 markets

    NBC channel is now live on PCs, devices in 10 markets
    Television viewers in 10 U.S. markets are now able to watch their local NBC stations live on computers and mobile devices — as long as they are paying customers. Although the stations are available for free with an antenna, NBC is limiting its...
  • NBC channel is now live on PCs, devices in 10 markets

    Television viewers in 10 U.S. markets are now able to watch their local NBC stations live on computers and mobile devices — as long as they are paying customers. Although the stations are available for free with an antenna, NBC is limiting its free...
  • Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings

    Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings
    Shares of Sinclair Broadcast Group leapt nearly 5 percent after the company announced Wednesday that TV station acquisitions and strong political advertising boosted its sales and earnings in the fourth quarter. The Hunt Valley-based TV station owner's...
  • 'NCIS': Gibbs sets ratings pace again

    Gibbs (Mark Harmon) varied his routine and elected to be a good friend in the latest "NCIS," but fans still helped him tower over the competition.  "NCIS" averaged 18.1 million viewers Tuesday night and put CBS on top in total viewers and young adults....
  • Suspect in shooting of sports anchor pleads not guilty

    A house painter on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge in the shooting of a San Diego television sportscaster a week ago. Prosecutor Rebecca Zipp told the judge during a hearing in San Diego Superior Court that Mike Montana shot...
  • 'NBC Nightly News' wins after Lester Holt leaps in

    'NBC Nightly News' wins after Lester Holt leaps in
    NBC news isn't seeing any serious collateral ratings damage from suspending anchor Brian Williams over false statements he made about his Iraq reporting. Ratings for the week of Feb. 9 -13 showed "NBC Nightly News" - with Lester Holt sitting in the...
  • Will Sheen return for 'Men' finale?

    BURBANK, Calif. CBS's long-running "Two and a Half Men" comes to an end with back-to-back episodes this week (9 p.m. Eastern, Thursday) and with it one of the oddest behind-the-scenes soap operas in TV history. In 2011, following years of bad behavior,...
  • Outside of Power 5 conferences, mixed reaction to NCAA legislation on extra benefits

    Outside of Power 5 conferences, mixed reaction to NCAA legislation on extra benefits
    Tom Yeager witnessed major college conferences enact historic legislation that will allow schools to provide extra benefits to scholarship athletes. When voting concluded at last month's NCAA convention, he and many others couldn't help but think: Now...