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These Were the Hottest TV Shows and Networks of 2016

Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]

Fox Sells Out the Super Bowl

Fox has sold the last of its available in-game Super Bowl spots, securing an average rate of $4 million per 30 seconds of airtime for the Feb. 2 broadcast.Media buyers said that latecomers who urgently wanted to break into the NFL’s marquee event invested as much as $4.5 million per :30.

Hooters Celebrates Turning 30 With Instagram Bash

Hooters, the original "breastaurant" chain, this weekend will begin pushing its 30th birthday campaign that includes inviting back 300,000 former waitresses to celebrate on Oct. 4 in its 400-odd locations. Maybe the women who show up will be scantily clad in their old work uniforms, maybe they won't.

Fox Sports 1 Powers Through Its First Month

A month after its much-ballyhooed launch, Fox Sports 1 is proving itself to be a much more attractive advertising environment than its predecessor.

FXX Launches to Big Ratings Gains

FXX went live Monday at 7 a.m. EDT, and it’s already quite a bit more popular than precursor Fox Soccer Channel.

Fox Sports 1 Studio Shows Stumble Out of Gate

After getting off to a fast start a little more than a week ago, Fox Sports 1’s signature highlights show is having trouble finding an audience.

Fox Enlists Mega-Robot to Promote FS1 Launch

Cleatus walks among us.

Fox Sports Grabs Rights to Golf’s U.S. Open

On the eve of the launch of its 24/7 cable network, Fox Sports has nailed down the broadcast rights to the U.S. Open, the second of the four major golf championship tournaments. 

NBC Sports Drives Off With Nascar Rights

On the eve of ESPN’s 18-race Nascar season, it appears that the network’s affiliation with auto racing is entering its final lap.

Mo Shines, but All-Star Ratings Continue to Falter

As baseball’s all-time saves leader ambled in from the bullpen in the bottom of the 8th inning, fans at Citi Field—and all over America—stood up and took notice.