Dennis Quaid

Crackle Partners With Comcast as It Heads Into Its Second Upfront

Crackle has spent the past year trying to position itself as a mainstream TV network, even going so far as breaking away from the digital-centric NewFronts.

Crackle Says Its New Dennis Quaid Series Has Been Viewed 2 Million Times

In July, when Crackle became the first major streaming network to share ratings for its original programming, the company promised it would continue that transparency going forward. 

These 16 Videos Are Each a Case Study in Nailing the Right Tone for the Right Audience

Only a fool (or a brand with billions to spend on media) tries to be all things to all people. That's why Adweek's Watch Awards honor the year's top online […]

Streaming Service Crackle Is Making an Old-School TV Move: Scheduling Shows

Two weeks after becoming the first streaming network to start sharing ratings information, Crackle is taking another page out of the linear playbook: It will begin programming television, just like a network.

Vote of Confidence: CBS Gives Full-Season Orders to Vegas, Elementary

CBS has gone all-in on its two surviving freshman dramas, giving back-nine orders to Vegas and Elementary.

CBS Upfront: Sales Pitch or Victory Lap?

CBS on Wednesday kicked off its 2012-13 upfront presentation with what amounted to a victory lap, as executives went to novel (and sometimes gonzo) efforts to celebrate the network’s ratings prowess.