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Topic: Nina Tassler

CBS Exec: A Broadcast Network Can Win in the End, Even as TV Evolves

Nina Tassler on content ownership and multiple platforms

A few days after FX's John Landgraf sounded a warning bell that "too much television" is being made, a top exec at CBS said the network is well positioned to continue to…

Zoo Shows That Summer Popcorn Fare Isn't Just for the Big Screen

CBS's big swing is worth watching, for now

From Jurassic World to Avengers: Age of Ultron, summer movies are all about escapist fun. As CBS looks to lure audiences during the same season, it's found a show that…

CBS Announces Its Fall Premiere Dates, and It All Starts With Thursday Night Football

Supergirl premieres Oct. 26

Intent on winning the season in adults 18-49, CBS is making an aggressive early move, becoming the first broadcast network to announce its fall premiere dates. The network will kick off…

Stephen Colbert Scores With Advertisers in His CBS Upfront Debut

Comedian charms the Carnegie Hall crowd as network makes big plans

Stephen Colbert's CBS debut couldn't have gone any better. The comedian, who will succeed David Letterman when Late Show With Stephen Colbert debuts on Sept. 8, was the star of CBS'…

CBS Gets Younger by Ending CSI, Adding Supergirl

Network is gunning for NBC with its 2015-16 schedule

CBS is much younger than people think—and now that it's ending CSI and adding Supergirl, the network is about to get even younger. That was the big message from Les Moonves,…

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Will Debut Sept. 8

CBS exec gives new details on the network's late-night slots

For once, the biggest buzz at CBS centers on its late-night shows, not prime time. "We have a big, big, big year ahead in late night. It's a year of transition,"…

From Auctions to Art Basel: Photos of Creatives

Boldface names gathered for premieres and parties

From left: Frances Berwick, president of lifestyle networks, NBCUniversal Cable; Bonnie Hammer, chairman of NBCUniversal Cable; Lisa Edelstein, actress; and Marti Noxon, creator of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, attend the…

Why It Took So Long for ABC to Cancel Manhattan Love Story

Comedy is the first show to fall this season

As the fall TV season kicks off, the networks usually have itchy trigger fingers when it comes to killing off new shows that flop out of the gate. But not…

Craig Ferguson Is Leaving The Late Late Show

Comic will pack up his robot skeleton sidekick in December

Because we can’t have nice things and because life is nothing but a series of searing disappointments, Craig Ferguson on Monday announced that he’ll be stepping down as the host…

Déjà Vu All Over Again as CBS Renews 18 Series

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

In what has become a rite of spring, CBS on Thursday announced it has renewed 18 series for next season.  Eighteen appears to be Nina Tassler’s lucky number, as this marks…

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