Veteran TV newsman Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with cancer, NBC News said Tuesday.
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Jay Leno will be leaving NBC’s “Tonight Show” – and hundreds of Southland jobs could be going with him.
E! News and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest could replace Matt Lauer on NBC’s “Today Show”.
I was fresh out of college, September 11th, 2001. I was working at my first official job in television news, producing the dayside content for NBC4LA.com. My morning ritual was lying in bed and turning […]
If you think Los Angeles doesn’t want football team, think again. Los Angeles televison market peaked at the end of the game at a rating of 15.1, an approximate 850,000 house holds.
An NBC4 news van caught fire on the 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass Friday morning.
NBC Sports Group Chairman Dick Ebersol, who helped launch “Saturday Night Live” then later established the network as the home of the Olympics, has resigned.
The 2012 Golden Globe Awards will be presented on Jan. 15, but which network will air the star-studded presentation is still an open question for a federal judge to decide.
The unstoppable Betty White is taking on reality TV with a hidden-camera show that turns senior citizens into merry pranksters.
NBC says Miley Cyrus will be hosting “Saturday Night Live” on March 5. It will be the first time playing guest host to “SNL” for the 18-year-old pop star, NBC said Friday.
Keith Olbermann, MSNBC’s most successful and controversial personality for his outspoken liberal prime-time program, gave an abrupt goodbye to viewers and said Friday was his last show.
Time Warner Cable customers across the country could lose access to major broadcast networks because of a contract dispute with Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Roughly one hundred workers for the NBC-TV show “The Biggest Loser” were on strike Monday in an effort block non-union employees from going to work, union officials said.