• TV Sports Are Coming Back, But Will Steep Ratings Declines Follow?
    Without fans in stadiums, interest dropped. A vaccine may come in Q1 2021 and help resuscitate ad dollars and attention.
  • Pandemic TV News Images Of Morgues: Too Much Or Too Little?
    Recent reports from New York City say more than 600 bodies, due to COVID-19, have gone unclaimed -- and we have the video.
  • Cable TV Networks Focus On Carriage Deals, Virtual Pay TV Questions
    Launching a recent holiday promotion to sign up for TVision Live, T-Mobile now believes TVision Vibe should be free.
  • Gov. Cuomo Wins An Emmy - Is That Why 'The Apprentice' Star Is So Angry?
    The reason for the special award was Cuomo's calming daily video presentations, which included realistic expectations of what damage COVID-19 was doing.
  • Poll Misfires: Maybe TV Show Questions Would Elicit Truer Results
    One reason for poll disparity: People may not want to admit they're voting for a polarizing candidate.
  • Pandemic Hasn't Led To Pent-Up Demand For Fall TV Shows
    Three weeks of top-scripted shows returning to prime-time schedules have seen mostly drops in viewership.
  • Team Coco Leaves TBS For HBO Max: What's Left For Late Night?
    Streaming media has taken hold, and with it some erosion of audiences for all TV.
  • Legacy Pay TV Remains Lucrative, Even As Business Evolves
    Media companies may be cautious when it comes to transitioning business to the digital world.
  • MSNBC's Gratis Gap Product Placement: Steve Kornacki's Slacks
    And it paid off. The Gap saw a 90% boost in sales for that style, specifically the "palomino brown" color variety.
  • COVID, Less Ads Impact Movie Viewers, But Other Reasons Persist
    Yes, the pandemic cuts deeply into movie attendance, but another big reason is the content.
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