NBC’s decision to hand off stewardship of “The Tonight Show,” the most popular late-night program, highlights the dilemma facing all of the major networks: shrinking audiences for broadcast TV.
Steve Wynn bought a Roy Lichtenstein and Eli Broad picked up a Jeff Koons sculpture on the opening day of Art Basel Miami Beach.
“Argo,” Ben Affleck’s thriller about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, jumped to first place in its third weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $12.1 million for Time Warner Inc.’s Warner Bros.
President Barack Obama’s re- election committee had 10 times more money to spend than former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s campaign entering April, Federal Election Commission reports show.
Viacom Inc.’s MTV said 11.4 million watched its Video Music Awards show, a 27 percent boost from a year ago as Lady Gaga won eight awards, including best video.
President Barack Obama’s re- election committee had 10 times the money of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s campaign entering April, Federal Election Commission reports show.
Haven’t got time for more than one retro-fitted, pseudo-feminist “Mad Men” rip-off?
“This Means War” is a brainless mash-up of derivative, disposable action scenes and a third-rate episode of “Sex and the City.”
Vacation is a time for disconnecting. Or not.
Comcast Corp.’s NBC, the last-place network for seven straight years, will use this weekend’s Super Bowl broadcast to promote a prime-time lineup being remade by entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt.