TV / Video

Music Lobbyists Resume War on Big Radio

With Congress back in session after the Memorial Day break, the music lobbyists resumed their war against big radio in an effort to win legislative backing to force broadcasters to […]

Lifetime Alters Reality With ‘Dress Up’

Lifetime has recently rolled out Dress Up Challenge, a new casual game on its recently revamped myLifetime.com, which has attracted over 100,000 registered users since its May debut.   Dress […]

CBS’ Swingtown to Promo Last.fm

CBS is once again turning to its TV programming to drive more visitors to Last.fm, its free-on-demand music platform. Beginning Thursday, June 5, viewers to the premiere of Swingtown, CBS’ […]

Solid Start for Million Dollar Password

THE PROGRAMMING INSIDER Monday, June 2, 2008

Nascar Sponsors Rev Up for ‘Wide Open Coverage’

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USA Sets ‘Sight’ on Summer

USA Network got the summer programming beach ball rolling last night (June 1) with the series premiere of In Plain Sight, drawing 5.25 million viewers in the 10 p.m. time […]

Eco-Challenge: Discovery’s Planet Green Must Balance Clients, Carbon

When Discovery Communications first announced that it would be launching a standalone network devoted to eco-lifestyle programming, even some of those in the patchouli-and-Birkenstocks camp greeted the notion with a […]

The Upfront: ABC Gets the Market Moving

After lots of posturing and marketplace soul-searching following the May upfront presentations, Starcom and Zenith Media cut deals late last week with ABC to move the 2008-09 broadcast upfront market. […]

NBA Playoffs Bounce ESPN, TNT, ABC Ratings

The NBA Playoff ratings on ESPN, TNT and ABC are on a roll, with ESPN household ratings up 35 percent through 19 telecasts, TNT up 16 percent through 40 telecasts, […]