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Marc Berman

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Known as "Mr. Television," Marc Berman is the author of a daily industrywide online newsletter, Programming Insider, and former senior television editor for Mediaweek.

Year in review: The good, bad, and just plain ugly in media
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Year in review: The good, bad, and just plain ugly in media

Let's take a look back at some of the best and worst moments in media this year.

TV turkeys: The worst shows of 2018
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TV turkeys: The worst shows of 2018

The good, the bad and the ugly. Check out this year's bad television content - ranked.

This broadcast season: The more you know
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This broadcast season: The more you know

Unveiling a trio of critical data findings in this broadcast season.

TV's biggest blunders
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TV's biggest blunders

NBC's hiring -- and firing -- of Megyn Kelly is the latest classic network misstep.

Report card: The early TV season
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Report card: The early TV season

Five positive and five negative takeaways from the shows making noise in this quarter.

Comic Con is not just for geeks anymore
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Comic Con is not just for geeks anymore

The promotional opportunities are premium.

Handicapping the new broadcast network series (Part 2)
Handicapping the new broadcast network series
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Handicapping the new broadcast network series

First up: ABC and NBC

Summer Television Critics Association: All eyes on Les Moonves
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Summer Television Critics Association: All eyes on Les Moonves

To stay or not to stay? The future of Les Moonves was on the forefront at the Summer TCA.

Diversity matters thanks to the legendary Rita Moreno
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Diversity matters thanks to the legendary Rita Moreno

The TCA honors the EGOT winner with a career achievement award.

Life for 'The Conners' lives on
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Life for 'The Conners' lives on

But will the audience stay put after the expected ample audience sampling?

10 TV shows worth watching this summer
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10 TV shows worth watching this summer

Check out Berman's picks for the best of the mix this summer across all platforms.

Maybe ABC does not have to cancel 'Roseanne' after all
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Maybe ABC does not have to cancel 'Roseanne' after all

The network pulled the plug on its mega-successful sitcom reboot after some politically charged and racist tweets by the star.

That's a wrap: 10 key highlights from network upfront week
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That's a wrap: 10 key highlights from network upfront week

Diversity, revivals, flipping networks and the value of the linear platform are front and center.

'Roseanne' to the rescue
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'Roseanne' to the rescue

The linear broadcast model gets a boost just in time for the network upfronts.

Is the digital honeymoon over during this upfront selling season?
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Is the digital honeymoon over during this upfront selling season?

"Until there is one central measurement system, there will remain concerns about the legitimacy digital advertising."

Revivals lead the pack of potential programming trends for the 2018-19 TV season
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Revivals lead the pack of potential programming trends for the 2018-19 TV season

The "R" word sums up this pilot season, writes Marc Berman.

No gold for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics ratings
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No gold for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics ratings

Before NBC breaks out the bottle of bubbly, the reality of these rating results is what could now be the least-watched Winter Olympics in broadcast history.

Eight-year overnight ratings low for Super Bowl LII on NBC
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Eight-year overnight ratings low for Super Bowl LII on NBC

The Big Game's ratings were down 3 percent from last year.

A 'Super' experience on the old linear broadcast model
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A 'Super' experience on the old linear broadcast model

Those declaring the death of broadcast must always contend with the 100+ million viewers that flock to their TV sets every Super Bowl.

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