Erasing any doubts that a group of talented Chicago Little Leaguers is the sports story of the summer, the national and international title games featuring Jackie Robinson West were the most-watched television programs over the weekend.
Jackie Robinson West continues to be a ratings blockbuster, with Thursday night’s thrilling victory being the most-watched TV program in Chicago.
Based on TV ratings, a group of baseball-playing kids are a much bigger attraction than one of the city’s major league baseball teams.
The Super Bowl pulled in solid ratings for CBS in Chicago on Sunday.
The early returns are in and, according to the Neilson rating company, the Democrats beat the Republicans… and the NFL.
The Miami Heat won the series and plenty of TV viewers in the Eastern Conference finals.
If it hasn’t dawned on you yet, the NFL lockout is impacting fans. How do I know this? Commissioner Roger Goodell said so on Wednesday in Indianapolis. Thanks for keeping us in the loop Roger.
In what Commissioner Gary Bettman is calling the most significant deal in league history, the NHL agreed to a contract that will keep them on NBC and Versus for the next 10 years.
For the first time in the history of the NCAA Tournament, every single game will be nationally televised, and it seems like the new format is giving fans exactly what they want to see.
Despite there being plenty of controversy surrounding the NCAA Tournament selections and seedings, the ratings the for the Selection Show tied a sixteen-year low for CBS on Sunday evening.
The Chicago Bulls’ 85-77 win over the New Orleans Hornets wasn’t the team’s biggest or most impressive win of the season, but it did set ratings record for Comcast SportsNet, who televised the game.
Plenty of buzz followed the Chicago Bulls’ 87-86 win over the Miami Heat on Sunday. There was the crying incident and the fact that the Bulls swept the Heat in their season series.
The National Anthem may have been sung wrong. The first half wasn’t the most exciting half of football. The half time show was a bit of a disappointment.
The NFL’s Pro Bowl may have found it’s permanent home on the Sunday before the Super Bowl.
The NFL’s regular season was full of TV ratings that shattered former records. And it appears as if those records will continue to fall now that we’ve reached the playoffs.
Every next story about TV ratings for the NFL is full of so many new records and superlatives that it’s hard to keep track of which network is doing boffo numbers with which games.
The Bears have played in some of the highest rated games this season. But the Bears-Jets game on Sunday, was the biggest in 13-seasons for CBS.