If your Thursday evenings consist of curling up on the couch to catch CSI, you’d better make other plans.
Veteran “60 Minutes” reporter Scott Pelley will take over as the CBS Evening News anchor on June 6
Carmelo Anthony sat on the “Late Show” couch Thursday and proudly explained to host David Letterman precisely why he wanted a trade to New York. “I think the first thing is it’s the best city in the world,” he said.
For all you college basketball fans who’ve moaned over the years that you could do a better job of switching among NCAA tournament games than CBS — here’s your chance.
Erratic television star Charlie Sheen has been given the boot from his role on the hit CBS comedy “Two and a Half Men.”
By Philip J. Victor, CBSNewYork.com The big stories that came to our attention this week evoked a range of reactions. There was admiration for the firefighters who came to the rescue of two construction workers […]
Just when you think he’s had his say, Charlie Sheen opens his mouth and pearls of … something … issue forth. This time, he spoke on a Philadelphia radio station and said “Two and a Half Men”, will soon be back.
Charlie Sheen has opened his life to the cameras this week but now the hard-partying star may have gone too far.
Actor Charlie Sheen was at it again Friday, ratcheting up the rhetoric and rancor in the wake of the suspension of his popular CBS comedy. Some are now calling his words anti-Semitic.
College basketball fans will see a whole lot more of the NCAA tournament on TV this March, including during prime time on the first Sunday night.
The Steelers’ 24-19 win over the Jets in the AFC title game Sunday on CBS had a 28.3 rating and 43 share, the highest since the Jaguars-Patriots matchup in January 1997.
The Jets’ upset of the rival Patriots drew the highest preliminary television rating for a divisional playoff game in 14 years.
Time Warner said it expects to complete a final deal within seven days.
Time Warner and Sinclair Broadcast Group were extending a deadline until January 14 to carry Sinclair stations on cable.
Time Warner Cable said customers will still be able to view major programming from ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox even if it can’t reach a deal with broadcaster Sinclair before their contract expires Friday at midnight.
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