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Jimmy Kimmel brought tears to the eyes of many children recently. But they weren't tears of joy.
The Emmys lived up to its reputation as the least predictable entertainment awards show.
Robin Roberts made her return to ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday, five months to the day after receiving a bone marrow transplant and a year since she started feeling symptoms of the ailment that has sidelined her since August.
He showed us how to dance, what music to listen to, and gave us something to do on New Year's Eve.
Correspondent Natalie Morales ended up in tears when she put herself and her 8-year-old son through the same parenting test that "Dateline NBC" is subjecting others to for a series that starts today.
NEW YORK (AP) — Television already has "The Biggest Loser." Dr. Mehmet Oz is looking for the biggest number of losers.
Frankie Heck settled into the driver's seat of a new Volkswagen on a recent episode of ABC's "The Middle," caressing the steering wheel as celestial music played. Her face was a mask of such pure pleasure that you almost wanted to avert your eyes.
Some Hollywood-style guerrilla warfare has earned the maker of ABC's sitcom "Cougar Town" some notice, but didn't achieve his goal — at least not yet.
Forty years ago, Dick Clark's New Year's Eve special was created to give young people an alternative to a seasonal institution, bandleader Guy Lombardo.
NBC's Playboy bunnies are being replaced by newsman Brian Williams.
The first indication of the horrors to come was a single camera shot that suddenly appeared on television sets throughout the world: a skyscraper bathed in the morning sun, smoke pouring from a ragged hole in its side. The images grew even worse, as the entire world witnessed the death and d…
If Anderson Cooper were anchoring today the same 9 p.m. CNN newscast slot he inherited in 2005, executive producer Charlie Moore has no doubt what it would be like. "Obsolete," he said.
NEW YORK |Katie Couric is leaving her anchor post at "CBS Evening News" less than five years after becoming the first woman to solely helm a network TV evening newscast.
Certainly Jay Leno would love to wake up to find that the last six months was just a nightmare.
NEW YORK | On his final "Tonight" show, Conan O'Brien said walking away instead of accepting a demotion is the hardest thing he's ever had to do.
PASADENA, Calif. | Conan O'Brien's battle with his network certainly hasn't hurt his ratings.
When ABC's drama "Lost" ends in May, it will definitively end -- don't look for any sequels or spinoffs.
NEW YORK | CNN moved swiftly to replace Lou Dobbs in its nightly lineup with John King, who said Thursday that all views would be welcome on his politically-oriented talk show when it debuts early next year.
If it were a television series, it would be called "Defying the Odds."
NEW YORK | The family of a 6-year-old boy who set off a nationally televised scramble when he was thought to be in a balloon over Colorado has been featured twice in the ABC show "Wife Swap."
At a festival in Germany, when six women walked by wearing specially-created "SpongeBob SquarePants" shirts, Stephen Hillenburg's wife nudged him: Why don't you tell them who you are?
A mother of octuplets, poor children from the Appalachians and soccer players from the United States and Mexico all proved unlikely keys to ratings success for television networks last week.
Diane Sawyer felt a personal connection in reporting her latest documentary on American children living in poverty.
It proved to be more than a joke when David Letterman said in late September that "the road to the White House runs through me."
During an interview with Elton John for the debut of his new Sundance Channel show "Spectacle," Elvis Costello didn't ask about stage costumes, boyfriends or "Island Girl." Instead, the conversation turned to Laura Nyro, Leon Russell and David Ackles.
CBS' "60 Minutes" will devote its full broadcast Sunday to profiles of John McCain and Barack Obama with fresh interviews, hoping to set the stage for the general election campaign's first presidential debate on Sept. 26.
Viewers who tune in the new Planet Green network expecting a sober documentary on the plight of the yellow-breasted whooping finch will be in for a surprise.
NEW YORK | -- Jimmy Fallon will officially be given the keys to NBC's "Late Night" franchise following Conan O'Brien's exit.
In a competitive and youth-obsessed business, most everyone gets The Call sometime.
There are entrances, and there are ENTRANCES.
NEW YORK | Apple Inc. escalated a dispute with NBC Universal over the pricing of television shows by announcing Friday it would not sell any of NBC's programs for this fall season on iTunes.
NEW YORK | Who wants to be a millionaire? Hard-charging business school students, who are being pitted against each other next month in CNBC's first-ever game show.
You'll know television's mania for lists has gotten completely out of hand when C-SPAN counts down the 100 greatest Senate filibusters.
Republican Mitt Romney burst from the pack to place more television ads than all of the other 2008 presidential contenders combined, a report issued Monday found.
Some of the most creative thinking in television these days has nothing to do with comedy or drama. It's about the commercials.
NEW YORK | Rosie O'Donnell's stormy tenure on "The View" will be a short one. The opinionated host was unable to agree on a contract with ABC, and she'll leave the show in June.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. | The Rutgers women's basketball team accepted radio host Don Imus' apology Friday for insulting them on the air, saying that he deserves a chance to move on but that they hope the furor his word caused will be a catalyst for change.
NEW YORK | MSNBC said it will suspend telecasting Don Imus' radio program for two weeks following his reference last week to members of the Rutgers women's basketball team as "nappy-headed hos."
MTV's "Total Request Live" is no longer totally live.
How tough could this be? That's what Fox reality show guru Mike Darnell thought when the people pitching "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" asked him to answer six questions they would use on the game.
Two months before the 1992 presidential election, an NBC reporter cornered a man to ask whether he preferred Bill Clinton or President Bush.
NEW YORK | Former NFL running back and new "Today" show correspondent Tiki Barber said his offseason work at Fox News Channel made him recognize he had a passion for a career outside of sports.
NEW YORK | Peyton Manning had a lot of witnesses to his soggy super win, with the estimated 93.2 million viewers representing the second most-watched Super Bowl broadcast ever.
News reporters frequently complain that their work isn't getting the attention it deserves, but CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan took the extra step.
For much of its life, the Independent Film Channel essentially was content to show independent films.
Children left behind when their mother or father or sometimes both are sent away to fight are the hidden casualties of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
There's a Yule duel brewing this Christmas day.
CNN is giving a newly prominent role to Lou Dobbs, one of its most popular and opinionated personalities, including a slot alongside Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper as an anchor of midterm election coverage next month.
No one knows how to throw a party like MTV. So there must be quite a bash planned for Aug. 1, celebrating 25 years on the air. Right?
Tom Brokaw is giving Al Gore some company in the effort to raise awareness of global warming.
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