The organization launched with such promise. It was going to avoid politics as usual. It was more interested in justice than the ballot box. It would have appeal across party lines. But now it needs a reboot. The leader, Stephen Colbert, needs to meet with himself and devise a plan to win hearts and minds between now and election day. ...
A new marketing study posits NBC's "Revolution" and TNT's "Perception" as scoring high emotional attachment results from viewers. The CW's "Arrow" got the best ... Read the whole story
Young-skewing Fox Broadcasting wants to make sure it's following -- and valuing -- social media interaction with its TV shows. To that end, it ... Read the whole story
No matter what News Corp. does as far as launching a national sports network, the intention is not to take on ESPN, COO Chase ... Read the whole story
Jay Rasulo, senior EVP and CFO of Walt Disney Company, says company executives believe ESPN has a lot more room for expansion. Disney Channel ... Read the whole story
Something is afoot with connected TVs. They may not be as popular as tablets or as sexy as new smartphones, but there's a reason ... Read the whole story
Sisterhood Is Powerful" was the title of a book of feminist essays published in 1970, and the phrase became a theme line, with marching ... Read the whole story