TV programming executives can't laugh and have a good time anymore because they can't -- or aren't allowed to -- create any good comedies.
With so many references to "drinking the Kool-Aid" in modern culture, you would think at least some TV networks should be airing a few more Kool-Aid commercials
TV is the enemy, and magazine publishers reasoned they need a $40 million marketing campaign to attack their main rival head on.
Ashlee Simpson's lip-synching fiasco on "Saturday Night Live" should be viewed as an opportunity to offer the TV public safe and effective singing, acting, and discussion - with no side effects.
All TV series need plenty of marketing huff and puff before blowing any big ratings down.
Big baseball ratings for Fox should mean only one thing -- home runs for its new shows set to debut in November.
Special TV awards and sports programs are getting less special. The question is how special are they for advertisers?
Hey Sinclair Broadcast Group! What took you so long? Could it be that your financials were about to get kicked in its commercials?
Politics on television isn't a pretty picture these days -- on either side of the camera.
Can advertisers be so desperately ignorant as to not know what a show entitled "Desperate Housewives" is all about?