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Snapchat Launches a Colossal Expansion of Its Advertising, Ushering in a New Era for the App

Imran Khan was an internet-focused investment banker at Credit Suisse, where, in September 2014, he orchestrated Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba's high-profile IPO.

Hostages, We Are Men on the Ropes

NBC once again coasted to an effortless victory Monday night, as The Voice-Blacklist battery thumped the broadcast competition.

CBS Picks Up Bad Teacher

A week after presenting its 2013-14 prime-time schedule at Carnegie Hall, CBS on Wednesday announced it has picked up another new series.

Déjà Vu All Over Again as CBS Renews 18 Series

It’s Groundhog Day at CBS, as the top-rated broadcast network has booked a return ticket for 18 of its original series—the same number it renewed a year ago.

CBS Pink-Slips The Job

CBS has pink-slipped its new unscripted effort The Job after just two episodes.

CBS Breaks Up With Partners

The third new series of the 2012-13 broadcast TV season has been given a pink slip, as CBS today canceled its freshman comedy Partners.

Iger: Lack of Blockbusters Is Putting the Hurt on TV Ratings

While broadcasters have blamed everything from the DVR to the Olympics for a soft ad sales marketplace, Walt Disney Co. chairman and CEO Bob Iger on Thursday allowed that unspectacular programming may have something to do with recent ratings shortfalls.

Fuhgeddaboudit: CBS Cancels Made in Jersey

CBS announced today that it has pulled the plug on its Friday night legal drama Made In Jersey, making it the first casualty of the fall TV season.

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 Wins Opening Night Ratings Brawl

NBC won the first ratings skirmish of the 2012-13 broadcast TV season, as The Voice and Revolution ran the table against CBS’ comedy-drama stew. Per Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, NBC ran away with the demo, averaging a 3.9 rating among adults 18-to-49. CBS took second with a 3.2, followed by ABC (2.3), Fox (1.8) and Univision (1.5).