television ratings

The cable network canceled her "For the Record" program, a ratings flop, just six months after it began.
As a seasoned broadcast news journalist-turned-Green talk show host, I have spent more than a decade advocating for dedicated
Oftentimes the Muppet movies and TV show go either way; the combination of child friendly with a touch of adult humor has always been a trademark of the Muppets, but has not always been done right.
We all get tired of hearing about certain things that annoy us. The things on this list are bothering me ... a lot. For example, Scott Disick! Scream if you're tired of hearing about who this man is dating.
The networks' 24-hour coverage of the reality TV star highlights the problem with audience-driven coverage.
Though the company has kept track of television ratings since 1950 -- and recently started monitoring digital video recorders
You've probably noticed a surge in ratings for Saved By The Bell: The College Years. This is because I am a Nielsen household. Yes, it's true.
It’ll be very interesting to see how the ALCS between the Orioles and Royals fares. The teams have drawn solid ratings so
Are you a reality television junkie? Are you a closet Housewives fan? Or do you only watch the news, sports, and legitimate television dramas because you think reality TV is a post-Millennial fascination? Did you know that reality television actually originated on the radio, and that it's one of the longest-running genres in television? Seriously.
Episodic television is a big employer of actors like me because they're in constant need of doctors, victims, cops, and witnesses.
NBC - Shouldn't We Be Empowering These People to Rejoice In Their Obesity? Huh? Have We Learned Nothing? Oh, Shame -- Shame On Us And Our Mixed Messages!
How can Miley Cyrus be added to the news rotation alongside Syria's use of chemical weapons and the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's historic "I Have a Dream" speech?
The truth of the matter is that baseball, though destined to remain a touchstone of American history, will continue to be marginalized in a culture of instant gratification.
Knee deep amidst the network upfront announcements of axes swung and shows born and reborn comes a dire New York Times business article. The end of every TV season brings predictions of TV's demise. Is The End really near?
While much has been said about a "second screen" powering television viewership, Ensequence is harnessing the power of the
Like most things, the title of this article is something I don't take seriously. I'll continue to watch things as they're pumped through a coaxial cable (HDMI now?) and into my retinas.
Based on my experience, keeping a Nielsel diary is a well-meaning but imperfect measuring system that suggests advertisers may be rolling the dice when they pay for ads designed to reach a particular audience.
It's astonishing that with all the technology available to us a more definitive method for measuring the popularity of TV shows hasn't been established.