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Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

2/22/2019
Fox Corp has named Fox Television Stations chief financial officer Joseph Dorrego as Chief Investor Relations Officer and EVP Corporate Initiatives. His replacement at the stations group will be Mike Nelson, who will take the title of EVP and CFO, reporting to station unit CEO Jack Abernethy.
2/22/2019
Facebook has continued to allow advertisers to target hundreds of thousands of users that the social media firm believes are curious about controversial topics.
2/21/2019
ABC, which will broadcast the Oscars, said it sold out its commercials for the awards show.
2/21/2019
The recipients of TVNewsCheck’s inaugural Women in Technology Futurist Awards — the TVB’s Abby Auerbach and LG and ATSC’s Madeleine Noland — epitomize the quality of taking a long-range view of where the television industry should be moving and figuring out how to get it there.
2/21/2019
Walt Disney Co. and Nestle SA, is said to have pulled its advertising spending from YouTube, after a blogger detailed how comments on Google’s video site were being used to facilitate a “soft-core pedophilia ring.”
2/21/2019
Nielsen said that after acquiring Sorenson Media, it is launching Nielsen Advanced Video Advertising, an initiative that will at first focus on delivering addressable advertising to smart TVs.
2/21/2019
Connected TV ad impressions grew to 44% of all video impressions served by Extreme Reach in the fourth quarter of 2018 from 15% a year ago, a 193% jump, according to a new report.
2/20/2019
A forecast from Business Insider projects retail spending will hit $5.5 trillion in 2019. That’s an increase of 3.8%, or $200 billion compared with what it estimates was spent with retailers last year.
2/19/2019
TV spending by direct-to-consumer brands has almost doubled since 2016, according to the VAB. D2Cs spent $2 billion on TV in 2018 — and 70 of the 120 were using TV for the first time.
2/19/2019
The Knight Foundation says it will invest $300 million in local journalism over the next five years. Among the beneficiaries are the American Journalism Project, which provides grants to local nonprofit news organizations.
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