Displaying results 1 - 25 of 1785 for cbs. Subscribe to this search
To couple or not to couple, that’s the question behind the new CBS sitcom “Rules of Engagement.” The show takes a look at relationships in different phases: There’s a newly engaged couple, a 12-year married couple and their single, womanizing buddy.
NEW YORK - The soft sell of successor Katie Couric by Bob Schieffer ends with this simple request: "Just watch." The promotion that has begun airing on CBS News programs is the first step of CBS News' sales job for Couric, who starts Sept. 5 as the new "CBS Evening News" anchor.
In this photo released by CBS Broadcasting, Katie Couric, who is joining CBS News to anchor its evening news show this September, greets the audience in Carnegie Hall after CBS Entertainment announced the network\'s 2006-07 schedule.
Pssst. Want a tip on a sure thing? Put your money on Survivor.
NEW YORK -- A funeral for Walter Cronkite, widely considered the premier TV journalist of his time, will be a private family service.
NEW YORK - Britney the Trainwreck showed how she can still be Britney the Performer. Britney Spears made her much-hyped guest appearance on Monday night's "How I Met Your Mother," submersing her tumultuous personal life and portraying a sweet-natured receptionist, Abby, with a crush on unlucky-in-love Ted (Josh Radnor).
NEW YORK - Britney Spears' upcoming appearance on the CBS show "How I Met Your Mother" could be - to borrow scene-stealer Barney's favorite word - legendary.
NEW YORK - Veteran CBS Washington hand Bob Schieffer, who has anchored "Face the Nation" since 1991, said Tuesday he plans to step down from the Sunday morning political talk show with the inauguration of a new president.
Veteran news anchor Bob Schieffer arrives at the 2007 Glamour Magazine "Women of the Year" awards in this Nov. 5, 2007, file photo in New York.
LOS ANGELES - The music has stopped for "Viva Laughlin," an offbeat song-and-dance drama that drew such low ratings it was canceled by CBS after two airings.
LOS ANGELES - "Kid Nation," the CBS reality show that fanned concerns about child endangerment and exploitation, subjected its young stars to nothing more dramatic than homesickness and a pulled muscle in its debut episode.
This photo provided by CBS shows some of the 40 kids, without adults or modern comforts, who have 40 days to build a new world out of a real-life ghost town outside Santa Fe, N.M., in the network\'s new reality show \"Kid Nation,\" p
NEW YORK - CBS News is looking to make its perennially last-place morning program more competitive in the ratings by abandoning the format that allows stations to air mostly local news between 7 and 8 a.m.
LOS ANGELES - "Jericho" fans who slammed CBS with protests over the drama's cancellation have won the battle: It will return next season, the network said Wednesday.
NEW YORK - CBS canceled the nuclear apocalypse drama, "Jericho," on Wednesday, another sign that TV networks are shying away from serial dramas after overloading on them last season.
This undated promotional photo, provided by CBS, shows cast members of the network\'s new series,
NEW YORK - CBS News on Thursday is expected to fire the executive producer of Katie Couric's struggling "CBS Evening News" broadcast and appoint former CNN and MSNBC president Rick Kaplan to the job.
Richard Kaplan speaks at a news conference Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1997, where it was announced he will be the new president of CNN/USA.
NEW YORK - A recovering Kimberly Dozier, the CBS News reporter seriously wounded by a car bomb in Iraq on May 29, wrote gratefully on Thursday about how the U.S. military saved her life and said she was trying to touch base with those involved in her care.
NEW YORK - Frank Stanton, a broadcasting pioneer and CBS president for 26 years who helped turn its TV operation into the "Tiffany network" and built CBS News into a respected information source, has died. He was 98.
This 2002 photo, supplied by CBS, shows Kimberly Dozier reporting from the Middle East.