A new survey from the Pew Research Center shows that 71% of those between 18 and 29 years old cite the internet as their main news source.
The study, which was done by the Council for Research Excellence’s Social Media Committee and the Keller Fay Group, surveyed more than 1,700 adults between 18 and 54.
The NFL and Microsoft, through its next generation Xbox device, are combining to upgrade interactive TV viewing of pro football games in a multiyear agreement announced Tuesday.
A recent Nielsen and SocialGuide study revealed that more Twitter chatter correlates to higher television ratings and TV programmers and advertisers are looking to take advantage of that marriage.
On Feb. 24th, fans of the WWI-era British television drama Downton Abbey can dine and discuss in style a la Lady Mary and kin.
The legendary Philadelphia-area TV and radio host died Sunday at a nursing home in New Jersey.
Last week, it became illegal for TV broadcasters to air commercials louder than the shows we’re watching. But, it was a lot more complicated for stations than just turning down the volume.
CBS, home of Super Bowl XLVII, will create CBS Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square in the heart of the historic French Quarter in New Orleans, La., to serve as the CBS Corporation’s central broadcast center. […]
Longtime Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash resigned Tuesday from “Sesame Street” amid a second allegation that he sexually abused underage boys.
TV Guide Magazine is making another push to compete in the digital age, with an app that lets you create watch lists and keep up with what’s on at any time.
Who knew that being a couch potato could be so rewarding? Viggle rewards people for watching TV and checking in via the app.
Just this week, the Travel Channel stopped into La Colombe coffee shop in Rittenhouse Square to do a little filming.
Dish Network is out with a new feature for its DVR that makes it simple to skip all the commercials. ‘The Hopper’ has TV networks hopping mad.
A study shows that young children are exposed to hours of background television.
No one’s been clamoring for a movie version of this property. But now that we’ve got one, we’re better for it.