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The Final Installment Of The Classic Late Night Wars? David Letterman Goes Out A BIG Winner!

David Letterman's final show on Wednesday night brought in his biggest ratings since 1994! That's a major coup in the late night wars for CBS as they said goodbye to the funny man's 33-year late night career. In fact, the Late Show with David Letterman registered a 4.1 rating in the coveted age 25-54 demographic, and in [...]

Obama Pushes ‘Serious Threat’ of Global Warming Days After Fall of Ramadi; Networks Yawn

Thebig three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC showed no interest in covering on Wednesday night the optics of President Obama touting global warming as a “serious threat” to graduates of the Coast Guard Academy days after the Iraqi city of Ramadi fell to ISIS. Show More Summary

Letterman Takes the Stage in Finale Preview Clip

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

CBS released a short preview of David Letterman's final show tonight, featuring only the big man himself taking the stage to a standing ovation.

Big Surprise Guests Spotted Entering Ed Sullivan Theater for Final Letterman Show

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

When CBS announced the guests for David Letterman's final run of shows as host of the Late Show, they conspicuously left out any names for the last episode, set to air tonight.

Ron Washington Hired by Oakland A's: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Former MLB player and manager Ron Washington is reportedly returning to the big leagues this week as a coach with the Oakland Athletics. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports confirmed his addition to the staff: Susan Slusser of the San Francisco...Show More Summary

Networks Spin for Hillary After Presser; Congratulate Themselves for Asking ‘Tough New Questions’

Following Hillary Clinton’s decision to take questions from the press for the first time in over three weeks, thebig three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC all covered the story on their Tuesday evening newscasts and, once again, were all too happy to spin for the Democratic presidential candidate. Show More Summary

8 comedians who worked for David Letterman before they were big

Since 1982, David Letterman has paved the way for dozens of comedians who've transformed the landscape of late-night television and comedy in general. Between Late Night on NBC and his current Late Show on CBS, many of Letterman's writers and employees have advanced to create amazing comedy of their own, largely owing their starts to Letterman. Show More Summary

NBC Set To Eke Out 2014-15 TV Season Demo Win Over CBS Thanks To Super Bowl

The season is not officially over for another three nights but the Comcast-owned network looks to have clinched the top spot among adults 18-49 for the second year in a row – by a Super Bowl XLIX  hair. With the big NFL game on their...Show More Summary

Big Battles Looming for Fall in These Five Time Slots

A new report cites five broadcast time slots that figure to be especially competitive in the fall 2015-2016 season. Writing in Adweek, Jason Lynch singles out these five key battles: Mondays at 8 p.m.: CBS’s “Supergirl” vs. Fox’s “Gotham.” Mondays...

Sunday Show Ratings: May 10

CBS’ Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer was the top-rated Sunday public affairs program in total viewers, but ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos won key A25-54 demo on May 10. Check out “My First Big Break” with Schieffer. ABC’s...Show More Summary

How CBS, NBC and ABC All Finished the Season at No. 1

Three of the Big 4 broadcast networks have staked a claim to No. 1 as the 2014-2015 TV season winds down. Reporting for the AP, veteran TV writer David Bauder says CBS, NBC and ABC all were touting their ratings...

Sony Pictures Classics Finds’ Truth'; Robert Redford-Cate Blanchett Starrer Goes For $6 Million: Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures Classics is making a big $6 million U.S. deal for Truth, the James Vanderbilt-directed film about the “Rathergate” scandal that ended the careers of veteran CBS newsman Dan Rather and 60 Minutes producer Mary Mapes. Show More Summary

Fall TV 2015: Networks Get a Clue About Diversity

The big four broadcast networks—ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox—made their “upfront” presentations last week to announce their fall prime-time lineups, as well as 2016 midseason replacements, which usually begin airing between January and Mar...

CBS Announces Big Guests for Letterman’s Final Shows

last weekNews : Mediaite

As predicted, Tom Hanks and Bill Murray will be among the final guests that David Letterman has on his show before calling it quits this coming Wednesday night, May 20. Perhaps less predictable are the musical guests who will appear next week.

TV Upfronts: The Schedules, Trailers and Key Takeaways

Your handy guide to ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS and the CW’s big plans for 2015-16. read more

Networks, MSNBC Ignore George Stephanopoulos’s Donations to the Clinton Foundation

On the heels of the news Thursday that former Clinton aide and ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos gave a previously-undisclosed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation, thebig three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC joined MSNBC in making no on-air mention of the newest scandal facing the foundation. Show More Summary

The Vertically Integrated Upfronts: Nets’ Big Push For Program Ownership And Its Impact On Independent Studios, Viewers

After a big push into content ownership among the broadcast networks in the early 2000s, they loosened the grip, resulting in several mega hits from non-affiliated studios, including the biggest comedies on television, CBS' The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family. Show More Summary

Chromecast adds even more big network names with HGTV, FOX and Pluto TV

Even more great high-end content is arriving on Chromecast. Building on the announcement of Chromecast support by CBS today, Google has announced that another round of big name media apps are adding support for the video playback system.

CBS All Access app gets Chromecast support for your streaming habit

CBS All Access was already available for folks who fancy Roku devices, and now the television streaming app plays nice with Chromecast. The network updated both the Android and iOS versions to beam shows like Big Bang Theory, The Good Wife and NCIS to your TV via Google's $35 dongle. Show More Summary

Super-Agent Arn Tellem--'A Gefilte Fish In Sea of White Sharks'--Shows You Can Swim Home Again

Arn Tellem is going into the Philadelphia Jewish Hall of Fame on May 28--which, let’s face it, isn’t such a big deal for a famous Los Angeles-based super-agent married to a former president of CBS whose sons think nothing of chatting up Bob Dylan and Bono at the Wooden Awards [...]

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