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4/10/2019
TVNewsCheck honors Abby Auerbach, Deb Grivoisfor, Katy Noland, Larissa Görner, Madeleine Noland and Tish Graham for their contributions to television technology with presentations of its annual Women in Technology Awards.
4/10/2019
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai vowed further relaxation of the broadcast ownership rules as part of his push to strengthen broadcasting and preserve its special role a trusted source of local news and information.
4/10/2019
“Diversity in media ownership is something that’s become critically important to me,” Stark said, calling it “deeply troubling” when station ownership does not reflect our nation.
4/10/2019
We expect to see over $675 million in media expenditures in the presidential primary alone. This would be a 71 percent increase over the Presidential primaries of 2016.
4/9/2019
The 4A's, ANA, IAB and NAI launched the Privacy for America Coalition, aiming to work with Washington to "modernize" data privacy protections and enact "groundbreaking comprehensive federal consumer data privacy and security legislation."
4/9/2019
Broadcasting and advertising groups are challenging the rule against a controversial Trump administration proposal that would require drug companies to share prices in their commercials, giving the drug lobby a powerful ally in the fight.
4/9/2019
At NAB 2019, Imagine Communications unveiled a new maintenance program for customers with aging legacy equipment and announced a major customer win for its ad software.
4/9/2019
A broad coalition of broadcast TV station groups and public broadcasters announced at the NAB Show that ATSC 3.0 will be rolled out in 40 U.S. markets by the end of 2020.
4/9/2019
Comscore, Kantar Media, Nielsen, Verance and Yotta Media Labs are studying how ATSC 3.0 can provide broadcasters with more granular and more actionable information since it offers many measurement options.
4/9/2019
NAB president Gordon Smith put out the welcome mat for "content creators, producers, distributors and technology companies from all corners of the globe," suggesting they were all part of a next generation of storytellers.
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