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3D bases covered for baseball this weekend

Now stepping to the plate for 3D: Baseball. This weekend, America's Pastime becomes the latest sport to get the 3D treatment, with much-hyped telecasts of two Yankees-Mariners games, followed by the…

ESPN: LeBron special won’t violate policy

ESPN is taking extra care to make sure the unusual requests from LeBron James regarding Thursday's special won't stray into any journalistic gray areas.

Dave Davis leaving ABC News

ABC News' No. 2, J. David "Dave" Davis, is leaving his position to go back to his old job as president and GM of ABC's O&O in New York, WABC-TV.

ABC prevails with ‘Wipeout,’ ‘Dance’

ABC's "Wipeout" trounced the competition at 8 p.m. and Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" took 9 p.m., but ABC prevailed in Thursday night's broadcast primetime despite another decline for drama…

Fox wins Tuesday; ‘Talent’ among declines

A weaker "America's Got Talent" gave an opening to Fox, which won Tuesday's primetime in a night where almost everything in broadcast TV was down in adults 18-49.

‘America’s Got Talent’ tops weekly ratings

NBC's "America's Got Talent" took the top two spots in the weekly ratings battle, but Fox won the war in the adults 18-49 demographic with four nightly wins, while CBS earned top billing in viewers.

‘Friday Night Lights’ on a winning streak

It isn't football season for a few months still, but NBC's "Friday Night Lights" is making a little progress down the field this summer in its fourth season.

USA-Ghana match scores big ratings

Saturday afternoon's U.S. 2-1 extra-time loss to Ghana in the first round of the World Cup may have stung millions of soccer fans around the country, but at least ESPN/ABC can take away some solace…

Networks banking on World Cup

As the World Cup ads say, one game changes everything.

ESPN, Univision set World Cup strategy

ESPN, Univision set World Cup strategy

NBC gambles on Vancouver Olympics

Friday Focus: NBC will glide to a financial loss but still sees gold-medal returns with the Olympics.

Networks approach future Olympics cautiously

Don't expect the monster bids that have accompanied previous negotiations when the International Olympic Committee opens the round for the 2014 and 2016 Games.