A reality TV show featuring life, death and the Clark County coroner’s office search for next-of-kin is set to debut on a cable network.
The pot wasn’t real. Neither, admitted Floyd Mayweather Jr., was much else that went on in the cable television reality shows promoting his latest fight.
Only 21-percent of likely voters across the U.S. want the federal government to regulate the Internet in any way.
A new Forrester Research survey shows Americans are now spending as much time on the Internet as they do watching television.
“Network Neutrality.” You’ve been hearing a lot about it. Now it’s looking like it may be closer than ever to becoming a reality.
Back in the day, Election Night was a strictly TV affair — with viewers tuning in after the polls closed to find out who won, and perhaps why.
If subscribers of Cablevision want to catch part of this year’s World Series, they had better hope the Texas Rangers win tonight.
Charges and countercharges are flying in the dispute between Cablevision and News Corp, the parent company of the Fox Television Networks.