Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

Hearst Television has launched a series for Facebook Watch that features local reporting from the company’s TV stations in 26 markets in the U.S.
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In 2018, Fox gets 11 games straight and expects that difference to give the network a better chance to market the Thursday broadcast, says Silverman.
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This year, investigations, series and long-form winners coalesced around an increasingly urgent issue: the opioid crisis.
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NBCUniversal has appointed three of its top executives to the Hulu board, following the lifting of 2011 Justice Department restrictions at the end of August.
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Owing in part to the acquisition of stations being spun off by the Sinclair-Tribune merger, Fox moves past CBS to become the new No. 2.
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Fox, which this season is adding Thursday Night Football to its NFL portfolio, expects to sell more streaming advertising after getting expanded digital and mobile rights from the league.
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Graham Media Group announced on July 23 that news teams at five stations will significantly increase coverage leading up to gubernatorial and U.S. Senate and House races in Michigan, Florida, and Texas.
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On the strength of 244 million TV ad impressions, ABC tops our ranking with one of its brief teasers for A Million Little Things, moving up from fourth place last time.
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The entire NFL on CBS schedule will be streamed live on all CBS All Access platforms. This season for the first time that included mobile devices.
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Amobee, the digital marketing technology company, has completed its deal for video advertising firm Videology. The company says the addition of Videology now combines TV, social and digital in a single platform.
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Sony announced that including 200 recent additions, more than 450 local ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC affiliates are now streaming.
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NBC is partnering with Google to try to get people not to skip ads on YouTube. Users who watch certain ads without skipping ahead after 6 seconds will be rewarded with a clip from season 3 of "The Good Place."
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Meredith has signed a multi-year renewal with Nielsen to provide TV ratings across the Meredith Local Media Group’s television stations and markets.
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YouTube Music has made a multi-year deal to be the first presenting sponsor of the American Music Awards, which will be broadcast by ABC.
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The ad-supported version of CBS's over-the-top subscription video product CBS All Access is available through Amazon's Prime Video Channels.
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Gray Television has agreed to sell nine stations in eight markets to three different buyers, clearing the way for the FCC to approve its $3.6 billion merger with Raycom Media.
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Noticias Telemundo is giving a boost to its coverage of U.S. politics by appointing Mexican journalist Javier Vega as a Washington DC correspondent for the network.
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NBCU broke ground on the NBCUniversal Boston Media Center — a new multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art, 160,000-square-foot news and content creation center for its Boston properties: WBTS (NBC), WNEU (Telemundo), NBC Sports Boston and NECN.
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Meredith Corp.’s Local Media Group has signed with TownNews.com for the content and video management of its 17 television stations.
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According to Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, CBS's final-round coverage of the tournament averaged 8.47M viewers and a 5.4 household rating, making it the most-watched, highest-rated PGA Championship broadcast since 2009.
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