Midseason Ratings: Every Network But CBS Down as Fox Climbs to 2nd 10 weeks ago
NBC had a big fall, in two ways: Fox has surpassed it in the key ratings demographic to land in second place behind CBS, after NBC held the...
By Tim Molloy
CBS and FCC face off again over fines in the 2004 Super Bowl incident
Pete Townshend warns ear ringing may mean end for band
"This is pretty terrific," the CBS chief tells TheWrap. Plus: What did he really think about the Dave-Jay-Oprah promo?
This year's "super" ads were misogynistic and boring -- and don't get me started on the Who!
Ratings were huge, and the show smashed several records. It's too soon to call it the next "Wonder Years," however
Goodybe, Farewell, Amen: "M*A*S*H" finale no longer the most-watched in U.S. history
Coco was asked to appear in the big spot, Letterman's producer says. The story of how the most surprising ad of the Super Bowl came together
Sunday wasn't the first time the Chin has shown up in a commercial. Or even the Super Bowl. Plus: Chevy Chase's big TV spot
In 2007, it was Oprah and Dave. Now, they're back, with Leno in tow
Annual ad special pops a nice number, outperforming the Eye's Wednesday sitcom average and raising the question: Why is "Old Christine" still on the air?
A good omen for all broadcast: the Super Bowl is already sold out, and the Olympics are picking up steam
On heels of Tim Tebow ad approval, another controversy
'Idol' star follows in tradition of Whitney Houston, Billy Joel, and Jennifer Hudson.
Women's groups continue to protest
Sorry, "Survivor" and "Big Bang": A new show will get the big spot after the NFL championship. That hasn't happened in 15 years.
The NFL sticks with its rock 'n' roll mojo for halftime show.
Just 6 to 12 spots remain for Feb. 7 game.
Network reports nearly 80% of inventory in event is sold.
Is in final negotiations to buy a 30-second spot on the traditionally highest rated TV show of the year.
Here's a dose of unpleasant reality, Hollywood: As national televised mega-events go, the Superbowl hands the Oscars its head on a platter, year after year.
Fox's "Taken," starring Liam Neeson, took hold at the box office this weekend, nabbing an impressive $24.6 million, the second-best Super Bowl debut (behind last year's "Hannah Montana"), according to Media by Numbers.
Is there a recession in America? Tell that to Hollywood award shows producers and media planners.
DreamWorks Animation has partnered with Pepsi, Intel and NBC to spend "tens of millions of dollars" on a Super Bowl ad campaign.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga