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  • Upfronts 2014: CBS adds football and lots of drama to fall lineup

    Upfronts 2014: CBS adds football and lots of drama to fall lineup
    CBS is betting on football and five new dramas to lift its ratings this fall. The network, which saw its audience decline by 8% this season, has overhauled much of its prime time lineup. Only two shows introduced this season -- comedies "Mom" and "The...
  • Forget Donny & Marie. Maya Rudolph, NBC Bid To Revive TV's Variety Show

    Maya Rudolph has proven time and again that she can sing and make people laugh out loud. Now the question is whether she can breathe new life into a TV staple once thought part of the cultural flotsam of the 1970s. She will appear on NBC Monday in "The...
  • Media execs among highest-paid CEOs. Exhibitor stocks rise.

    After the coffee. Before getting to the bottom of something somewhere. The Skinny: I've gotten very aggressive as of late in getting my name off spam emailing lists. It is definitely worth the effort. Now the next step is reducing the number of...
  • Broadcast Nets Strike C7 Ad Deals in Big Upfront Sales Win

    After years of debating the issue, a group of major advertisers has decided that viewers who watch favorite TV shows up to a week after they air are worth some money. The nation's largest broadcast networks have struck a deals with one major ad-buying...
  • Why 'C7′ Won't Become TV's Standard This Year (And Maybe Not Even Next)

    Does all of Madison Avenue believe in the value of TV viewers who see commercials up to a week after their initial run date, or is that interest found only in a few houses on the street? Answering that question is crucial if TV networks are to wring more...
  • Museum of the Moving Image to Honor HBO's Richard Plepler, Charlie Rose

    HBO chairman and CEO Richard Plepler and journalist Charlie Rose will be honored at the Museum of the Moving Image's annual black-tie benefit. The June 11 event recognizes top leaders in the media industry. This year's dinner co-chairs are Jeffrey...
  • Tears of joy for 'Fault in Our Stars.' Tony Awards recap.

    Tears of joy for 'Fault in Our Stars.' Tony Awards recap.
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to take the summer off. The Skinny: I'm four episodes into "Orange is the New Black" and enjoying it. You can tell how strong a show is if they can do an entire episode without the lead character. And that's...
  • CBS Selling Stake in CBS Outdoor

    CBS is selling its 81% stake in CBS Outdoor Americas Inc. The broadcaster will divest itself in an exchange offer that will complete a planned spin-off. The move follows CBS Outdoor's initial public offering in April, which helped the company raise...
  • Television networks vow to wow advertisers with new fall lineups

    Television networks vow to wow advertisers with new fall lineups
    Network television is attempting to once again defy the laws of gravity. Next week broadcast networks ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox will test their strength as the industry kicks off its annual springtime ad sales market known as the upfront. The networks...
  • 'Neighbors' to battle 'Spider-Man'; Congress grills Comcast

    'Neighbors' to battle 'Spider-Man'; Congress grills Comcast
    After the coffee. Before figuring out why I wasn't a first round pick. The Skinny: I was watching the NFL draft Thursday night when it hit me that the networks should announce show pickups and fall schedules the way teams select players. CBS Chief...
  • 'Dr. Phil' Celebrates 2,000 Episodes: 'I Don't Believe in Doing Voyeuristic Television'

    While shooting the 2,000th episode of his hit talkshow, airing April 8, Dr. Phil McGraw stood on the show's stage on the Paramount lot and looked out at some 200 familiar faces. Over the course of several months, McGraw, executive producer Carla...