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Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

CBS said it has reached an agreement that allows it to stream its coverage of NFL games on its CBS All Access over-the-top subscription service. The multi-year deal includes regular season, pre-season and playoff games.
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Stations in seven Meredith markets including Atlanta and Phoenix have launched on Haystack, distributing news on-demand via the service. The content will be viewable through Haystack’s new local news channel, an in-app feature that allows users to watch regional content.
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With the 2016-17 television season approaching its midway point, there are some clear winners (NBC’s “This Is Us”), some bombs (ABC’s “Notorious”) and many, many shows somewhere in between. Here are highlights for the four biggest networks.
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According to Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, the Cowboys' 31-26 victory delivered a staggering 35.1 million viewers and a 14.5 household rating, making it the most-watched regular-season contest on Fox since the network first began broadcasting NFL games back in 1994.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group soared 4.7% to $31.00; Tegna was up 5.4% to $22.38, Tribune Media grew 5.4% to $36.02, Nexstar Broadcasting Group was up 3.2% to $60.50 and Media General inched up 1% to $18.55.
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A month and a half into the new TV season and Fox -- by way of the World Series -- has led among key TV viewers through November 6.
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Chief executives of some of the country’s biggest and most influential station groups gathered today at TVNewsCheck’s TV2020 ATSC conference during the NAB Show New York to discuss the business potential of ATSC 3.0.
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Strata, a media buying and selling software company, has announced it will partner with Hulu to provide an easier solution for ad buyers who want to reach a streaming audience.
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Premiion, a new division from Tegna Media, wants to be your one-stop shop for all things over the top.
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Media General, preparing to be acquired by Nexstar, reported a third-quarter loss as lower-than-expected political ad spending left revenues short of forecasts.
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Tribune Media just released Q3 earnings that fell short of Wall Street expectations — and dropped its full year guidance citing “lower than expected political advertising revenues” at its TV stations as well as “a decline in core advertising revenues.”
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Apple is outsourcing ad sales for Apple News to NBCUniversal. As part of a new partnership between the two companies, NBCU will be able to sell ads across Apple News in the U.S. starting in 2017.
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CBS Corp. has retained banks Moelis & Co. and Goldman Sachs to advise the company on a possible merger with Viacom Inc., according to a person familiar with the situation.
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Political money accounted for $25.5 million of the group’s record $275.7 3Q revenue—a 23.6% increase over the same period of time in 2015.
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The station group-backed app that offers live and on-demand local TV station newscasts has grown from 118 participating stations covering 75% of the U.S. to 170 stations covering 83% of the U.S. population.
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A group of broadcasters is urging the FCC to terminate the anti-collusion rules for TV stations immediately after the final stage rule is satisfied in the ongoing incentive auctions.
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Tegna's profit shot up 27% in the latest quarter, though the TV-station operator and digital-media company’s top line came in short of estimates as spending on political advertising in the presidential election was much lower than expected.
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WideOrbit supplies tools to local TV stations and broadcasters like Telemundo, Scripps, Sinclair, Meredith and Cox Media Group to help monetize and manage their yield.
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Premion, a new division from Tegna Media, will help consolidate ad buyers' choices when it comes to breaking into the OTT space. Premion is working with over 80 streaming platforms and networks to provide access to that inventory for local and regional advertisers.
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Strata, a media buying and selling software company, has announced it will partner with Hulu to provide an easier solution for local ad buyers who want to reach a streaming audience.
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