Jennifer Salke

NBC Says Broadcast TV Is Thriving, Even as It Works on a Streaming Strategy

NBC execs say their momentum proves that broadcast networks are still thriving. But that isn't stopping them from putting together an enhanced streaming offering to attract non-linear audiences.

Facetime: Fall Fetes Featuring Award Winners and Heavy Hitters

Magazines celebrated their fall issues with star-studded cocktail parties; Adweek’s Media Plan of the Year presented by The Trade Desk brought out media’s heavy hitters, and NBCUniversal celebrated the Emmys […]

Trump Will ‘Absolutely Not’ Be Back on Celebrity Apprentice

NBC, which publicly parted ways with Donald Trump in June, said it will not broadcast a new version of Celebrity Apprentice this season, but the show will return in 2016 "with a new host," NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said.

NBC Says It Will Renew Aquarius Despite Banishing the Show to Saturdays

Last month, NBC couldn't have been more enthusiastic about Aquarius, its new David Duchovny summer drama.

Upfront Uproar: NBC Guts Thursday Night Comedies, Shifts The Blacklist

On the verge of winning its first seasonal ratings crown in a decade, NBC still has a lot of work to do if it’s going to repeat its title run in 2014-15.

NBC Hungry for More Hannibal

The wait is over for NBC’s killer new drama Hannibal, as the Peacock on Thursday announced it has renewed the show for a second season.

They Took My Show Away!

On the eve of the broadcast upfronts, fans of network television would do well to recall the lessons of the classic Late Night With David Letterman bit, “They Took My Show Away.” A series of lacerating observations about the state of TV programming disguised as a

NBC Puts Animal Practice to Sleep

NBC has euthanized Animal Practice.

NBC Commits to Full-Season Orders for Revolution, Go On, The New Normal

After rumors began bubbling up about some early pickup activity, NBC today made it official with full-season orders of its new series Revolution, Go On and The New Normal.

NBC Plots Comedy-Driven Revival

NBC on Monday returned to its Radio City upfront stomping grounds, laying out a 2012-13 prime-time schedule designed to tickle viewers’ funny bones. But before the network could get the ball rolling on its comedy-heavy slate, NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt had some sobering news for 30 Rock fans.