Monday, August 20, 2012
  • Tribune, Cablevision Locked In Carriage Battle

    The carriage disputes between distributors and broadcast groups are becoming as common as reality series. Tribune-owned stations are off Cablevision as of Friday in … Read the whole story

  • Viewers Trust Local TV Most

    In a continuing era of declining trust in news, local TV news content is generally more believable to consumers than other TV news operations: … Read the whole story

  • Buffett Ups Stake In Lee Enterprises

    Earlier this year, Warren Buffett said he intended to buy more newspaper assets -- and he meant it. This week his investment company, Berkshire … Read the whole story

  • Comcast Users Heavy Olympic Streamers

    Comcast customers accounted for almost one-third of all subscribers who signed in to watch NBC's Olympic coverage online. Its 31% figure topped the access … Read the whole story

  • Post-Olympics, CBS Gains Ground

    Post NBC-carried Olympics, CBS picked up some good ratings points for its big reality show "Big Brother," while "Big Bang Theory" is doing well … Read the whole story

  • WWE's 'Raw' Syncs Mobile, Broadcast

    There may come a time in the not-too-distant future when a prime-time staple without a second-screen app is a rarity. USA is launching one … Read the whole story