The Rachel Maddow Show was the only non-Fox program on cable news to top one million viewers Friday. Every hour from 7am-Midnight on Fox News did.
MSNBC's rebroadcast of the Bloomberg show With All Due Respect hasn't exactly done ratings wonders for them.
A retransmission dispute turned ugly over the weekend after stations were dropped at midnight Friday with Nexstar Broadcasting and Cox Communications at an impasse in negotiations. B&C reports that Nexstar blamed Cox for dumping 13 of its stations. In a...
Bert Baier had the most-watched show on cable news Friday.
HBO is taking to Twitter to get "Game of Thrones" fans excited for the upcoming season 6: The cable network launched a social media campaign Friday that encourages fans to pledge their allegiance with one of the show's "houses" on Twitter. Fans just have to use the hash tags #HouseStark, #HouseLannister...
Reports began circulating yesterday that Microsoft intended to launch a recall of Surface Pro power cords due to concerns about overheating. The rumor suggested that Microsoft would unveil the details of the program on Friday morning, but Microsoft beat that estimate by a day and announced the official recall program [...]
Fox News averaged 2.36 million prime time viewers to dominate cable news on Friday night, while MSNBC finished second with 745,000.
Chuck Todd's MTP Daily continues to hurt in the weekly ratings. Last Friday, between Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN, his show came in dead last in the 25-54 demo between the hours of 5 pm and midnight.
Syfy has announced that the first episode of THE MAGICIANS will be available on Syfy.com and On Demand cable, satellite and telco TV platforms starting Friday, January 8. The episode will also be available on Facebook, YouTube, Perk TV and Roku the week of January 11. Starring Jason Ralph (Quentin Coldwater), Stella Maeve (Julia), Olivia […]
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Both of the media-centered programs on CNN and the Fox News Channel covered on Sunday the move by The New York Times from Friday to delete a line from an article about President Obama not fully realizing “the anxiety” of Americans following terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino due to his lack of exposure to cable news. Show More Summary
Commenting on how The New York Times removed a phrase from a Friday article explaining how President Obama told a group of columnists that he hadn’t consumed enough cable news to fully understand the anxieties of Americans over terror...Show More Summary
Appearing as a guest on Friday's Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, during a discussion of President Barack Obama's news conference, CNN's Fareed Zakaria downplayed the threat to the U.S. posed by ISIS as he forwarded the President's view that...Show More Summary
CNN's Anderson Cooper got the most viewers in the 25-54 demographic on the cable network last Friday, with 274K in that demo.
FNC's Special Report with Bret Baier was the most-watched cable news program among they key demo on Friday, beating all prime time programming.
Time Warner Cable has chosen four regional bowl games to stream live on the web. Friday's games include Helix-Mission Viejo and La Habra-Camarillo. Saturday's games are Narbonne-Ridgeview and Sierra Canyon-San Marino. Helix-Mission Viejo and Sierra Canyon-San Marino will be shown on TWCC. All four...
Cable viewers watched aghast Friday morning as live footage from inside the apartment of the two suspects killed in a police shootout after the San Bernardino massacre beamed from TV screens. With hardly a moment’s pause, personal effects ranging from stray photographs to Social Security cards were televised. Show More Summary
Just when you think cable news’ insatiable desire to fill every second of its 24 hours has hit bottom, they find a new low. On Friday afternoon, the landlord of the apartment that San Bernardino shooters Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik lived in with their 6-month-old baby opened the dwelling up for the media, and notwithstanding [...]
Cable and telecom industry groups will urge a three-judge panel on Friday to throw out regulations that forbid online content from being blocked or channeled into fast and slow lanes.
On Friday afternoon, cable news networks CNN and MSNBC, along with other photographers and reporters, gained access to the home of the couple suspected of carrying out the deadly mass shooting in San Bernardino, California that killed 14 people and injured 21. Show More Summary