Archive for September, 2012

ABC to Air Primetime IndyCar Race Next Season

In a surprising move, ABC will give the struggling IndyCar Series primetime exposure next year.

Read more ›
Isiah Thomas Has Auditioned For NBA Analyst Job, ESPN Confirms to USA Today

Former NBC NBA analyst Isiah Thomas is evidently planning a return to television.

Read more ›
Week 3 Wrap: Final Ratings Unavailable For FOX Singleheader

Final ratings and viewership were not immediately available for the Week 3 NFL singleheader window on FOX. The telecast, which featured Buccaneers/Cowboys, drew a 12.2 overnight rating. Should the final ratings become available, the information […]

Read more ›
Week 3 Wrap: Final Ratings For National Window Up From Last Year

Despite a drop in the overnights, final ratings for last week’s NFL national window finished up from last year.

Read more ›
TV Ratings: Week 4 College Football Finals on FOX, CBS and ESPN

Wrapping up the ratings for week four of the college football season, including a rough outing for FOX, mediocre numbers for CBS, and soaring numbers for ESPN’s primetime doubleheader.

Read more ›
NCAA Week 4: Big Drop For Clemson/FSU on “Saturday Night Football”

Opposite NBC’s Michigan/Notre Dame game, last week’s edition of “Saturday Night Football” suffered a big drop in ratings and viewership.

Read more ›
NCAA Week 4: NBC Tops Competition With Michigan/Notre Dame

Despite head-to-head competition from four other major networks, the soon-to-be-halted Michigan/Notre Dame rivalry attracted the largest college football audience of the weekend.

Read more ›
Ripken Jr. Moves to the Broadcast Booth For Wild Card, Division Series

After working in the studio for the past five years, Cal Ripken Jr. is headed to the broadcast booth.

Read more ›
Chase For the Cup: Record-Low Rating For New Hampshire Race

ESPN earned the worst-ever rating for NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup Sunday.

Read more ›
Week 3 Wrap: Despite Memorable Finish, Fewer Viewers For Packers/Seahawks

The finish between the Packers and Seahawks attracted mainstream media attention Tuesday, but the game itself was down slightly from last year.

Read more ›