At 78 years old, Bob Schieffer is entitled to reminisce about the “good old days” of reporting. He believes that young people coming into the business can also learn from them.
Charter Communications will spend $55.33 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable in a deal that would create one of the largest TV and broadband operators in the nation.
Anne Meara, the lovable comedian who launched a standup career with husband Jerry Stiller and found success as an actress in films, on TV and on the stage, has died.
The 58th annual GRAMMY Awards, billed as “music’s biggest night,” will be held on February 15, 2016, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The show will air live on CBS.
Comcast launched a voice-controlled TV remote for some of its Xfinity customers on Tuesday. Users can search for channels and content with just their voice.
Amazon will let members of the company’s $99 annual loyalty program stream TV shows and movies from its instant video service for free to their devices on JetBlue flights.
Comcast is dropping its $45 billion bid for Time Warner Cable after heavy regulatory pushback. Competitors, consumer groups and politicians have criticized the deal.
NFL quarterbacks Tony Romo and Andrew Luck are among the latest players to begin promoting DIRECTV’s popular ‘Sunday Ticket’ service that lets viewers watch every game.
George Burns and Gracie Allen were one of the top comedic duos in the country when they started in vaudeville. When vaudeville died, they moved to motion pictures.
Verizon is giving its customers more control over the channels that they pay for, as the cacophony of cord cutting and live streaming services reshape the cable TV industry.
David Letterman, the longest-running television host in late night history, will begin his final 28 broadcasts of “Late Show” on Monday night with a star-studded lineup of guests.
Do you want to be a reality television star? “Big Brother” is in North Texas and they’re looking for new houseguests.