Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

Meredith announced a new slate of programming dedicated to celebrating women, as well as doubling down on content the publisher says its audience craves: red carpet, royals and reality TV.
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In an effort to show off premium TV programming strength versus growing competitors -- traditional and OTT -- CBS will spend $8 billion in TV production this year.
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NBCU is expanding its CFlight guarantee audience measurement with sister media/broadcaster Sky across all of Sky's content and platforms in the U.K. and Europe
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ABC earned the top grades with Asian Americans depicting 11 percent of regular characters on its prime-time programs
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Meredith is preparing to explore a sale of its portfolio of local U.S. broadcast stations as it looks to streamline its business.
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The $521 million deal adds 15 stations in 10 markets to Scripps’ portfolio and bumps up its reach to nearly 21% of U.S. TV households.
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Sky and NBCU announced the global expansion of CFlight, with Sky adopting the next-generation metric across all of Sky Media’s content and platforms.
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ABC got top score in ratings, its coverage of the NFL draft leading the network to a 1.2 in viewers 18-49.
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NBCU’s upcoming streaming service will launch “in about a year,” according to NBCU CEO Steve Burke.
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NBCU Owned Television Stations, announced the expansion of its NBC Responds/Telemundo Responde consumer units to Telemundo stations in Orlando, Fla. and El Paso, Texas, on the heels of the units recovering more than $30 million for consumers.
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Sony Pictures Television’s The Mel Robbins Show has added Nexstar Media Group to its launch roster, bringing the show’s clearances to 90% of U.S. television households.
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With Turner pulling out in the wake of AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner, advertising technology consortium OpenAP has been reconstituted, with NBCU, Fox and Viacom unveiling version 2.0.
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Gray Television is teaming with the owner of the venerable Grand Ole Opry to create a new country lifestyle TV service via a broadcast diginet and OTT.
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Many broadcasters spent the past decade on a quest for scale, with a major spike in local station M&A last year. Now it’s their time to start thinking about monetization, and broadcasters know it.
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NBCU, working with the LA2028 Organizing Committee, is offering sponsorship packages that will link brands with the Olympic and Paralympic Games from 2021 through 2028.
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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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