Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

Marc DeBevoise, president and chief operating officer at CBS Interactive, can see viewers subscribing to about 10 OTT services on average
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The CW’s distribution deal with Netflix is set to conclude, but the broadcast net is in good shape to thrive without the viewership boost Netflix gives its series.
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“62% of millennials” connected to Disney-ABC content, more than other TV-media companies.
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CBS announced five new shows will be added to its prime-time lineup for the new fall 2019-2020 prime-time TV season
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Most of the media buyers see opportunity in the larger programming organizations that are being assembled, in part because they will have greater scale and more data, which could lead to more targeted and effective advertising.
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Telemundo and Univision divulged aspects of their upfront plans prior to their presentations.
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Upfronts Week 2019 is underway, and Fox announces its schedule for the fall TV season.
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The Fox broadcast network, now part of a smaller overall TV company, will get a big entertainment revamp this season: four new comedies and six dramas.
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NBCU revealed new details on its forthcoming streaming service at its upfront, painting a contrast with subscription ad-free competitors, like Disney+ and Netflix.
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Scripps-owned multiplatform service Newsy has added its full slate of news programming to FuboTV, the live TV streaming service.
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The board of directors of the E.W. Scripps Co. today declared a cash dividend for the second quarter of 2019.
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Fox TV reported quarterly revenues of $1.37 billion, an increase of $232 million or 20% from the amount in the prior year quarter due to increases in affiliate, advertising and other revenues.
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Nexstar’s total revenue inched up 1.8% in the quarter to $626.6 million with robust growth in retrans fees offset by ho-hum performance in spot and digital.
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Tegna released first quarter 2019 results that included total revenue of $517 million, up 3% year-over-year and at the high-end of the guidance range provided last quarter.
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Nexstar Media Group this morning reported financial results for the first quarter that included net revenue of $626.6 million, up 1.8% from $615.3 million in 1Q 2018.
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Gray Television this morning reported record first quarter revenue of $518 million, increasing $292 million, or 129%, from the first quarter of 2018.
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NBC has appointed long-serving executive Lesley Cerwin as its new senior vice president of strategic business initiatives.
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Many traditional TV players are looking to diversify beyond linear TV, Univision, with Vince Sadusky at the helm, has spent the past year getting back to its roots as a Spanish-language broadcaster.
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Kentucky Derby averaged 16.5 million viewers on NBC, which is tied for the most-watched Derby on the network since it started televising it in 2001.
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NBCU unveiled the launch of ShoppableTV, which will give TV viewers the opportunity to buy products within the environment of their favorite TV shows by holding their mobile phones to the screen during so-called on-air shoppable moments.
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