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Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

The Justice Department is OK with Nexstar's spin-offs of eight TV stations to Scripps, part of its deal to acquire Tribune.
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Airing the event for 10 hours, CBS was a huge beneficiary of Woods’ win.
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Liberty Puerto Rico and NBCU said they reached an agreement that ends a weekend blackout of the local Telemundo station and 13 cable channels.
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Hearst Television said it is working with Comcast’s FreeWheel to build an over-the-top video advertising system.
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Univision Communication sold Gizmodo Media Group and The Onion to Great Hill Partners
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The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications announced that the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information has been awarded $125,000 from the Hearst Foundation for the Center’s “Data Deserts” initiative.
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CBS remains tops in total viewers.
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Tegna said it is using data and analytics from Alphonso to measure the effectiveness of local and over-the-top linear TV ad campaigns.
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The Broadcasters Foundation of America today said Katz Media Group has raised $45,500 for the foundation during its 10th annual companywide membership drive, bringing the total amount raised to more than $350,000 since the drive’s inception.
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NBC Sports Philadelphia will debut the feature, which will feature betting-related commentary and analysis in real time, along with up-to-date betting data and information for the Philadelphia 76ers-Atlanta Hawks game on NBC Sports Philadelphia.
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50 million people get their local broadcast TV via TEGNA, a company that owns 49 stations in 41 markets across the U.S. TEGNA was far-sighted enough to see the future coming, and in 2016 they launched Premion, which positions itself as a one-stop shop OTT advertising platform for regional and local advertisers.
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ABC’s black-ish was the big winner at the NAACP Image Awards. ABC won eight awards combined.
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According to CBS and Turner Sports, March Madness Live is setting new records for streams and streaming hours so far, with both categories up by more than 25% compared to last year.
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Executives from Sinclair’s Stirr, Cox Media Group, CBS Local and Gray Television will share their insights on the challenges of launching local news programming over the top at TVNewsCheck’s OTT News Summit at the Microsoft Conference Center in New York.
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CBS won the week in primetime, averaging 6.2 million viewers.
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Nexstar Media unveiled the spinoffs it has to make to grease its $4.1 billion acquisition of Tribune Broadcasting in Washington.
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Hispanic Americans will have as significant of a role in the outcome of the next presidential election as ever before, and Telemundo wants to ensure that its viewers have all the facts at their fingertips in order to make the most informed decisions possible.
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Four Tegna TV stations, KUSA, WTSP, KXTV, WFAA, earned Walter Cronkite Awards for Excellence in Television Political Journalism.
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Nexstar and Tribune announced that Nexstar has entered into definitive agreements to sell 19 stations in 15 markets.
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NBCU and Sky today announced the expansion of AdSmart, a global offering that will unify both companies’ advanced advertising capabilities.
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