Industry News
Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

12/20/2018
Nielsen and Hearst Television announced a comprehensive renewal agreement for local and national television and radio ratings, behavioral insights and measurement services.
12/19/2018
OTT platforms in the third quarter recorded a continuous spike in premium digital video advertising views, according to FreeWheel, the digital advertising server platform for many TV networks.
12/19/2018
Television has the strongest case yet for how advertising and smartphone use go hand in hand—quite literally— when making a pitch to clients.
12/18/2018
Television had an increasingly diverse amount of quality content to offer through 2018 so far. With more to watch and more ways to watch, viewers should be excited for what the new year has to offer.
12/18/2018
Tribune Broadcasting said it has been awarded a grant from Google News Initiative/YouTube Innovation Program to support building stronger video capabilities and innovate new formats of video storytelling across the group’s newsrooms.
12/18/2018
As the number of scripted series continues to grow (more than 500 in 2018), it is not just a race to produce the biggest quantity, but also the highest quality programming. Looking at the upcoming slate for 2019, there appears to be no shortage of unique stories coming.
12/18/2018
Comscore announced a groupwide agreement with The E.W. Scripps Co., expanding its local market television measurement partnership across all Scripps television markets and stations.
12/18/2018
Last month, a TVNewsCheck’s morning email led with “The Sad, Greedy Decline Of Network Television,” a lament about changes in broadcast network programming. The article was penned by David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun, who has been a TV/media critic for more than 30 years.
12/17/2018
Local TV stations can now gain advertising analytics measurement through ACR -- automated content recognition -- the smart TV-connected technology, according to one TV data company.
12/17/2018
New digital media platforms by virtually all traditional media continues to climb -- local TV stations included. Much effort has been focused on low-yielding websites, social media pages, and other platforms. The problem is that it doesn't look like TV.
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