Industry News
Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

3/14/2019
Travel platform Orbitz is making its first foray into traditional TV in nearly a decade, beginning with local market efforts in four key markets including its home base, Chicago.
3/13/2019
In a global survey of consumers of OTT and live services, conducted on behalf of Nevion, almost 70% of respondents said they still watched the majority of programs on a TV, while only 20% regularly view content on their laptop.
3/13/2019
Tribune Media said its shareholders overwhelmingly approved its acquisition by Nexstar Media Group, a $6.4 billion transaction that will create the largest TV station group in the country.
3/13/2019

TV station group Tegna Inc. is launching Vault Studios, its first, in-house digital content studio that will draw from the company’s TV stations’ investigative reporting to create new content offerings.

3/12/2019
Most of a dozen broadcast groups, including Nexstar and Tribune, have told the FCC, in a Hippocratic Oath approach to deregulation, to first do no harm to the current "status quo" audience reach cap of 78%.
3/12/2019
Retail sales, a gauge of spending at restaurants, bricks-and-mortar establishments, and online stores, rose a seasonally adjusted 0.2% in January from a month earlier to $504.4 billion, the Commerce Department said.
3/12/2019
The $140 billion-plus video programming marketplace, including TV, will increasingly adopt hybrid business models, but the impact on ad-supported options will remain gradual, according to a new market assessment published by GroupM.
3/12/2019
A major new industry-wide addressable advertising consortium, called Project OAR, has formed. It is led by smart TV manufacturer Vizio, along with Disney’s Media Networks, Turner, Xandr, Comcast’s FreeWheel and NBCUniversal, CBS, Discovery, Hearst Television,and AMC Networks.
3/11/2019
NBC News and MSNBC are spending more to make podcasts.
3/11/2019
Despite the prevalence of digital technologies rippling through many aspects of our daily lives, an increasing percentage of Americans are embracing over-the-air TV.
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