Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

By the end of this year, Netflix will grow to be the fourth-biggest U.S TV/film company in terms of overall production/program spending— with NBCU in the top spot.
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NBC and CBS will take the top spot in key TV broadcast networks' viewing metrics—18-49 viewing and total viewing, respectively—​for the 2017-2018 broadcast TV season.
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The Fox TV Stations last month announced that it was expanding news in 11 markets, gobbling up more than 45 hours now filled with syndicated shows of one kind or another.
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Univision and the Latin Recording Academy are duetting on 10-year for TV rights to the Latin Grammys.
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Scripps will transfer its stock exchange listing from the New York Stock Exchange to the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
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The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is less than a month away and Telemundo, with the U.S. Spanish broadcast rights for the first time, is planning to go wall-to-wall with coverage.
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Fox is preparing to wade deeper into Snapchat by handling all the ad sales for Vertical Networks, the digital media startup that was specially designed for the messaging app.
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NBC generated the most viewer attention among the broadcast networks during primetime, according to TVision insight’s first quarter report.
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Fox will be the anticipated home of WWE SmackDown Live in a massive new five-year deal worth more than $1 billion.
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29.2 million people tuned into the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry of Wales and American actress Meghan Markle on Saturday May 19, per Nielsen data.
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Meredith is introducing Four M Studios, which they say will have access to one of the largest portfolios of iconic media brands from which to draw inspiration for original long-form television formats.
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ABC announced a lineup of powerhouse college football teams to get the ball rolling for the upcoming season of “Saturday Night Football.”
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CBS released its lineup of prime-time programs for fall 2018, with plans to add eight new series throughout the season, including five for fall, along with the return of the network’s acclaimed “Murphy Brown.”
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The CW unveiled its expanded broadcast schedule for fall, adding a night of prime-time programming on Sunday nights.
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Moonves, CBS Corp. chairman and president, came out and addressed the challenges facing broadcast TV.
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CBS isn’t joining the crowd in cutting back on advertising inventory this season. Instead, during its upfront presentation, CBS offered a new data product for advertisers.
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CBS and Nielsen said they are collaborating to deliver dynamic ad insertion into live linear broadcast TV using automatic content recognition technology from Nielsen’s Gracenote unit.
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With Murphy Brown and Magnum P.I. as two of the six new series on the fall 2018 CBS schedule, it feels like a trip back to the 1980s at the network, which will feature five reboots next season.
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ABC made the case that their networks are more integrated and potent than ever—in a sign to show this integration of TV networks brands, Freeform joined the upfront mix for the first time.
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Fox will be offering a smaller advertising pod called JAZ (“Just A and Z”), just two 30-second commercials.
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