ABC Brings Back 19 Series for Next Season, but Forgoes Fall Schedule for Now

ABC has renewed 19 shows for next season and has ordered two new series, but the network isn't unveiling a fall schedule in the midst of Covid-19.

Fox Nabs First TV Season Win Among 18-49 Demo in 8 Years; CBS Remains No. 1 in Total Viewers

Fox was the No. 1 network the season among adults 18-49 for the first time in eight years, while CBS was again the most-watched in total viewers.

Disney Returns Ad Sales Division to Media Networks Group Following Kevin Mayer’s Exit

Rita Ferro and her Disney ad sales team are moving back to the company's Media Networks Group, after two years in its DTCI segment.

ViacomCBS Offers Optimistic Outlook on Fall TV’s Return in Day 2 of Upfront Event

Day 2 of ViacomCBS' virtual upfront presentation focused on CBS and CBS All Access shows that still aren't able to resume production.

CBS Projects Stability With Fall Schedule—As Long as Production Can Resume

CBS is projecting stability with its fall schedule, but the lineup is entirely dependent on its shows being able to return to production.

ViacomCBS Stresses Power of Combined Portfolio in Day 1 of Virtual Upfront

ViacomCBS took a business as usual approach to Day 1 of its virtual upfront event, emphasizing the power of its combined portfolio.

ViacomCBS Prepares ‘Efficient and Entertaining’ 2-Day Upfront Stand-In

"We are much better as a combined company," says ad sales chief Jo Ann Ross ahead of ViacomCBS' virtual upfront event.

With Upfront Ad Dollars Shrinking, CTV Could Bring Much-Needed Flexibility to TV Buying

The coronavirus pandemic has halted upfront season, accelerating the TV industry's embrace of ad tech—but this poses dilemmas.

The CW Delays New Season to January, Will Air Mostly Acquired and Unscripted Shows in Fall

The CW is delaying its new season to January, and will air mostly acquired and unscripted shows in the fall amid continued Covid-19 uncertainty.

Advertisers Plan on Spending One-Third Less in This Year’s Upfront

Advertisers are planning on spending 33% less in this year’s upfront, according to a new survey, representing close to $7 billion in lost ad revenue.