The Smithsonian Institution is adding relics from soap operas and game shows to its national entertainment collection to tell the story of daytime television.
Sugary drinks have been under fire for the part they play in the fattening of America. Coca-Cola is now weighing in, saying it wants to be part of the solution to the obesity epidemic.
CBS, home of Super Bowl XLVII, will create CBS Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square in the heart of the historic French Quarter in New Orleans, La., to serve as the CBS Corporation’s central broadcast center. […]
Welcome to the Golden Age of TV. Or is it the Golden Goose of TV Sports.
Watching less TV may be a matter of not eating in front of it.
At only 16 years old, a local Baltimore student is practically becoming a regular on the hit CBS series “The Good Wife.” Her latest episode aired Sunday night.
The 84th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee is underway.
TV station operator Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. said Monday that it has bought the “Ring of Honor” wrestling franchise and will start showing matches on its stations in September.
If you’re dreaming of a family vacation at Deep Creek Lake that you wouldn’t mind sharing with millions of television viewers, this story is for you.
One of Sunday night’s Academy Award winners is well-known to Baltimore. Melissa Leo won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The Fighter.”
The Steelers’ last-minute victory over the rival Baltimore Ravens drew the highest preliminary television rating for a divisional playoff game in 15 years.