Freeform President Tom Ascheim Is Stepping Down

Freeform president Tom Ascheim is leaving the Disney-owned cable network.

Modern Family’s Farewell Heralds End of Broadcast Sitcom Era

Modern Family, the last sitcom to be equally beloved by audiences and Emmy voters, airs its season finale Wednesday after 11 seasons.

Broadcast Scheduling Is More Important Than Ever During a Pandemic

TV executives are navigating COVID-19 upheaval, trying to keep audiences and advertisers happy.

TV Time Spikes for Kids Stuck at Home During Coronavirus

Video games are the biggest driver of growth, according to Nielsen.

How One Day at a Time Was Canceled by Netflix but Made the Move to Linear TV

One Day at a Time's showrunners talk about the sitcom's history-making move from Netflix to Pop TV.

Pop TV Will Simulcast One Day at a Time Premiere on TV Land and Logo

One Day at a Time's Pop TV premiere on March 24 will be simulcast on ViacomCBS sibling networks TV Land and Logo.

ESPN Revives The Ocho, Hallmark Sets Christmas Marathon as Networks Shake Up Schedules

ESPN is bringing back ESPN8: The Ocho, while Hallmark Channel will air a We Need a Little Christmas weekend marathon of holiday movies.

Stephen Colbert Performs Monologue From His Bathtub After Late Show Shutdown

After his show suspended production amid the coronavirus pandemic, Stephen Colbert has opted to continue broadcasting—now from his home bathtub.

TV in ‘Uncharted Territory’ as Networks Navigate Ad Sales Fallout of Sports Cancellations

The rapid sports league cancellations have left networks and marketers scrambling to determine what happens to their ad buys.

Kantar Is Releasing a New Podcast Measurement Service

The insights are coming online as podcast companies launch ad networks.