Software engineer Aaron Landy worked out a neat hack, so passengers can find out their own ratings. Update: The hack has been taken down.
Yes, the ratings — but also, the whole thing.
Randy Falco, who previously served as one of the highest-ranking executives at NBC, said on Univision’s first-quarter earnings call Monday that the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger is bad for competition, particularly for Hispanic consumers. NBC owns Univision’s top competitor, Telemundo.
Jeff Zucker should waste little time incorporating two of CNN’s biggest names into his new vision for the network.
Graph TV pins TV series by their IMDb rating on a chart so you can see which episodes were fan faves, and which were a flop — looking at you, Dexter. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
The cable news ratings race during America’s obsession with missing Malaysian jetliner was won by Fox News, but CNN and MSNBC can claim victory as well.
Cable news veteran Frank Sesno asks, “how much ‘breaking news’ is really breaking news?”
An exclusive interview with President Obama and round two with Dennis Rodman couldn’t even help the mess in the morning over at CNN.
The blowout bout between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos drew a record 111.5 million people.
Season 4 premiered Sunday with Rick, Daryl, and the gang back in the land of zombies, and more people than ever before tuned in.
The reviews are in, and the critics predictably hate the new Crossfire. It’s only been a week and it ain’t all bad!
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Syfy’s head of original programming says the network may re-air Sharknado during Discovery’s popular “Shark Week” in August. The buzz around the movie underscores the importance of original programming for cable networks.
The metric of the future will be web traffic, and the sooner the cable news networks realize it, the better.
Why nobody watched Howard Kurtz on Howard Kurtz on Reliable Sources.
The CNN media critic used the first 15 minutes of his Reliable Sources show Sunday to apologize for a rash of recent reporting errors. Even lower ratings than usual.
CNN has been an object of ridicule for its Boston Marathon bombing coverage. But new boss Jeff Zucker likely doesn’t mind, because people are watching: More than 1 million viewers have tuned in so far this week.
More ratings woes for FNC since Obama’s reelection.
The two biggest shows at MSNBC won the holy grail of ratings demographics for four of the first five weeks after Obama’s reelection — and Fox News doesn’t appear to have a plan to stop them.
Fox News has never been shy when it comes to boasting about their status as the reigning #1 cable-news network, but this web page from 2009 dedicated to taunting their competitors takes the cake. Updated.
A rerun of Rules Of Engagement drew a bigger audience! RULES OF ENGAGEMENT! That’s that David Spade show you forgot existed!
You’ve probably heard the latest report about CNN’s terrible ratings. Here’s what they could do to turn things around.
This seems accurate, except that the user comments will probably be off-topic or outright spam.
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Determine the film rating of your blog, in case that UK proposal actually goes through. There is no way that the result we got for BuzzFeed is accurate.
The gold medalist has delivered NBC with some huge ratings, but he’s yet to trump The Golden Girls, which continues to hold the record for Saturday night numbers. People might like watching Michael Phelps in a Speedo, but nothing beats Bea Arthur in a mauve pleather pantsuit. There’s just no contest.
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