Brendan Higgins, an early morning anchor at CBS-owned KTVT in Dallas, faces criminal charges in Aspen, Colorado after a fight and allegations the vacationing anchor threatened to kill officers who responded to the disturbance. According...Show More Summary
Bob Aaron, a longtime reporter at WCHS, the ABC affiliate in Charleston, WV, said Friday he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Aaron was reporting on the death of Robin Williams, who had also been diagnosed with the disease, when he made the announcement to viewers. Show More Summary
During a live 11pmET edition of “All In” from Ferguson, MO last night, protestors threw rocks at Chris Hayes. Two rocks were hurled at Hayes, one deflected by Craig Melvin who was reporting alongside his MSNBC colleague. “Tell the true story,” one protestor shouted. Show More Summary
Consumer reporter Jesse Jones is leaving Seattle NBC affiliate KING for CBS affiliate KIRO. “After nine years I am moving on from KING-TV,” Jones wrote on his facebook page. “I want to thank the station for its support of my family and...Show More Summary
The Telemundo Station Group announced a few changes in its sales leadership team. Matt Boxer was named VP of Business Development, Joe Napolitano was named VP of the National Sales Offices and Jenney Valverde was named VP of Sales Marketing. Mike...Show More Summary
WTIC evening anchor Alison Morris is leaving the Hartford, CT, FOX affiliate. Still have a week left but look at this amazing cake Sheena made for me and Jlo!!! pic.twitter.com/2MZAEHTs1N — Alison Morris (@Almorrisnews) August 15, 2014 She came to WTIC from KDKA in Pittsburgh, PA, in 2010. Show More Summary
Topping off Shark Week's programming last week, Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine won as the top, most viewed show according to TiVo data
The Friday, August 15 (8:00 p.m.) premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie "How to Build a Better Boy," headlined by Disney Channel and Disney XD sitcom stars China Anne McClain
The dramatic ending averaged 5.1 million Total Viewers 2+, 2.6 million Adults 18-49 and 1.2 million Adults 18-34 and positioned Univision as the No. 1 network during the 9 p.m. hour
After 39 years with the Boston CBS owned station WBZ, anchor Jack Williams said he wants to spend more time with his family. “After 39 wonderful years, I’ve decided to step away from the anchor desk, but I’m absolutely not leaving WBZ-TV...Show More Summary
Friday's final broadcast primetime ratings.
TLC has ordered additional hours of KATE PLUS EIGHT, slated to air in December.
Friday night's cable ratings.
As the ongoing Michael Brown investigation and protests in Ferguson continue to dominate cable news, broadcast networks provided special coverage this afternoon as President Obama issued his second statement on the killing of the 18-year-old. Show More Summary
25-54 demographic (Live +SD) Total day: FNC: 238 | MSNBC: 121 | CNN: 189 | HLN: 79 Primetime: FNC: 224 | MSNBC: 165 | CNN: 253 | HLN: 85 4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a: FNC Cavuto: 271 TheFive: 321 Baier: 228 Greta: 200 TheFiShow More Summary
As the National Guard arrives in Ferguson, where the overnight curfew has been lifted, the broadcast and cable networks have set plans to continue coverage of the escalating violence there. Here’s an update on who will be in Ferguson...Show More Summary
Elizabeth Saab and Nick Spinetto will join Austin FOX owned station KTBC next Wednesday. Saab comes to the station through the FOX ranks. She last worked for FOXNews.com. “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue working with FOX...Show More Summary
Bravo Media's “Inside the Actors Studio” hosted by James Lipton, commemorates the life and career of legendary actor and comedian Robin Williams
Brooks Tomlin and Ann Keil will join Orlando FOX owned station WOFL next Monday. Tomlin will be the weekend evening and morning meteorologist, while Keil will report for the station. Tomlin comes to the station from Perth, Australia where he worked for the Commercial Weather Services of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. Show More Summary
Actor, author, fitness enthusiast, Old Spice pitchman and former NFL player Terry Crews (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “The Expendables 3”)