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Verizon ‘Livid’ Over Not Being Told of Yahoo Hack During Bidding Process

Verizon’s $4.8 billion deal to acquire Yahoo could be scuttled over Yahoo’s handling of a massive 2014 hack that came to light last week. The New York Post cites sources saying Verizon only learned of the hack last Tuesday, a...

Report: Univision Pushing Back Date of Its Public Offering

The upcoming public offering by Univision Communications, which had been expected to take place in 2016, now won’t be conducted this year, according to The New York Post. “Univision’s board is said to have met last week and decided that...

TV Veteran to Replace Charles Osgood on CBS’s ‘Sunday Morning’

A well-known TV personality has been chosen to replace Charles Osgood as anchor of the CBS program “Sunday Morning.” The New York Times reports that Jane Pauley will take over the job starting Oct. 9. Pauley will become only the...

Kim Kardashian, After Some Indecision, Now Says Which Presidential Candidate She Backs

We finally know who Kim Kardashian will be voting for in the presidential election. Kardashian, who was backing Hillary Clinton more than a year ago, appears to be back in the Clinton camp, The New York Post’s Page Six reports....

Rolling Stone Magazine Sells 49% Stake to Singapore Businessman

“In a bid to rejuvenate itself in the digital era, the once iconic pop culture magazine Rolling Stone has sold a 49% stake to a Singapore-based startup company, BandLab,” Variety reports. “The deal was announced over the weekend by Wenner...

TV Ratings Sunday: ‘Once Upon a Time’ and ‘Quantico’ open lower, ‘Son of Zorn’ slips

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016 Note: Live NFL coverage on NBC and CBS will likely result in greater adjustments than usual for those networks in the final nationals. The numbers for Sunday: Time Show Adults 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (millions) 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Erika Martin Joins Philadelphia Station

"She is uniquely qualified to alert our viewers to changing conditions across the Greater Philadelphia region," said the station

‘This Is Us’ extends its lead among new shows with DVR viewing

The premiere of “This Is Us” was the top-rated new series of premiere week through Friday, albeit not by a lot. The NBC drama premiered to a 2.8 rating in adults 18-49 on Tuesday. That put it two tenths of a point ahead of CBS’ comedy “Kevin Can Wait” for the top spot among new series. Show More Summary

Bob Schieffer: Let the Candidates Do the Fact-Checking (Mostly)

But if the candidates don't do it, Schieffer says, the moderator must step in.

He Drew Millions Of Americans To the Game He So Loved: Arnold Palmer Dies at 87. Read Our Tribute

“Arnold Palmer, the champion golfer whose full-bore style of play, thrilling tournament victories and magnetic personality inspired an American golf boom, attracted a following known as Arnie’s Army and made him one of the most popular athletes in the world,...

TV Ratings Saturday: ABC’s college football paces a slow night

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 Note: Live college football on ABC and FOX will likely result in greater adjustments than usual in the final nationals. The numbers for Saturday: Time Show Adults 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (millions) 8 p.m. Show More Summary

‘The Good Place’ premiere ties ‘Kevin Can Wait’ after 3 days of DVR viewing

The first delayed-viewing ratings of the season have arrived, and they show Monday night’s top-rated show growing substantially and two new comedies getting decent bumps from DVR use. “The Big Bang Theory,” which was one of the highest-performing DVR shows last season, remains that way to start the 2016-17 campaign. Show More Summary

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