Industry News
Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

1/7/2019
Through this enhancement to include mobile and OTT audiences, Nielsen will provide media buyers and sellers with comprehensive, independent measurement across all platforms and help enable the market to monetize campaigns across TV and digital.
1/7/2019
The Seattle Seahawks/Dallas Cowboys wild card matchup was up 29% over last year, with more than 30 million viewers. It was the most-streamed NFL playoff game ever on Fox Digital.
1/7/2019
For players such as local broadcasters with strong brands, audience connections and content to fully commit, at scale, to building a real OTT business serving their local communities, the stars are truly aligning for an aggressive push.
1/7/2019
Zirinsky, who started work at CBS in the Washington bureau as a 20-year-old in the early 1970s and is currently the executive producer at “48 Hours,” will take over in March.
1/4/2019
With changes in the media industry, another phenomenon has also taken hold, with the simple phrase, “the future is female.” The editorial board of TFM, MFM’s member magazine, cast a wide net to discover people we should be keeping an eye on in 2019, five accomplished and inspiring women were selected.
1/4/2019
Local TV news broadcast companies all around the country, like Tegna, Cox, and the ABC-owned stations, are using Megaphone TV’s live polling, live voting and live trivia on social and on-air to drive and hold viewers during their newscasts.
1/4/2019
Year-end numbers show roughly 17.2 million vehicles sold in 2018. That’s on par with 2017 — and a mile above the 10.4 million low point in 2009.
1/4/2019
In the largest deal of the quarter and year, Nexstar announced that it would acquire all of Tribune Media’s assets for $46.50 per share. Kagan estimates the broadcast assets to be worth $3.51 billion.
1/3/2019
According to emotion measurement Al company Canvs, see what TV programming sparked the most emotional reactions on social media from viewers throughout 2018.
1/3/2019
Raycom said it renewed its agreement to get local TV ratings for stations in 10 markets.
«« First |1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 | Last ››
© 2016, Television Bureau of Advertising, Inc. All rights reserved. Republication and redistribution of this report in total, other than by TVB members or its authorized agents or designees, without written permission is strictly forbidden. Any republication, in whole or in part, must include credit to TVB and its sources. Terms of Use.
Web Site Designed by Personify Corp