25 years ago this month, the pilot episode of the classic sitcom "Seinfeld" premiered on NBC. While "Seinfeld" went on to become one of television's most popular shows of all time (the comedy has generated a reported $3.1 billion since entering syndication in 1995), it wasn't seen as a success after its first episode.
NBC just canceled a sitcom pilot featuring Bill Cosby after sexual assault allegations against the comedian resurfaced this month, BuzzFeed reports. NBC announced plans for the show in January. The network reportedly pulled the plug on it on Wednesday morning.
We're all guilty of using the occasional buzzword or cliché at work. But it turns out that abusing these words and phrases can seriously hurt your credibility. They're annoying and confusing — and often meaningless — and when you're communicating with busy people in the business world, they don't have the time to decipher your message.
It is very clear to me that the Cato Institute's health-care economists Michael Cannon, Jagadeesh Gokhale "Estimating the Effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Kansas Medicaid Expenditures", Should Kansas Expand Medicaid Under the Affordable Care Act?
Everyone's going nuts about a story that McDonald's could double wages for all of its employees, including its very well paid CEO, and pay for this increase by raising the price of a Big Mac by only 68 cents. Those who would like McDonald's to pay its employees enough to live on love this idea. And what's not to love?
Michael J. Fox will be back on airwaves this fall with his upcoming NBC comedy, “The Michael J. Fox Show." Fox plays a local newscaster with Parkinson’s disease who decides to return to work after years of staying home with his family.
Olympics on NBC (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Well, NBC was trending this afternoon on Twitter across the U.S. - and not because of some hilarious new sitcom. No, it's the wired multitudes taking to that interconnected series of tubes to blab about the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics ... and NBC's [...]
Comcast values teamwork, not the office politics condoned at NBC Universal.In the NBC sitcom "30 Rock," the self-absorbed television chief executive, played by Alec Baldwin, obsesses over what will happen to his career when his company — NBC — is taken over by Kabletown, a fictional cable systems operator from Philadelphia.