Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

Extreme Reach, an enterprise cloud platform company that aids workflows for TV and video ads, announced a partnership with programmatic TV ad platform AdMore.
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The company will offer a $9.99-a-month plan that strips ads out of on-demand programming. Live-streaming of content airing on CBS stations will still include commercials.
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ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that they have expanded their agreement for eight more years, in which the network will remain home to the Oscars through 2028.
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The social-media buzz generated by Britney Spears’ “Carpool Karaoke” in the past few days illustrates how crucial digital has been to the success of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
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Carolyn Manno leads an experienced roster of commentators as NBC Olympics presents more than 70 hours of coverage of the 2016 Paralympic Games from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, across NBC, NBCSN, and the NBC Sports app.
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Tegna thinks it’s setting up its local news stations to survive a future where the habit of sitting down in front of the TV after dinner to watch the evening news is overtaken by OTT, on-demand, mobile device and social media-driven “TV” viewing.
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The station group lends the digital platform company $14.5 million and extends it a line of credit for $1.5 more.
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Gawker Media’s seven blogs skew toward upper-income, millennial male visitors, a very attractive and hard-to-reach demographic. That could be a valuable audience for Univision, given the steps its taken to transform into a digital and millennial-focused company.
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Tom Canedo to rejoin WUPA as GM; current WUPA Station Manager Tim Bennett will remain in Atlanta as VP-sales manager, southeast region for CBS National Spot Sales. Brian Watson named VP-station manager and sales director at WWJ-WKBD in Detroit.
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The sale by Weiss, Randall & Adrienne of multiple low-power stations to Gray Television tops the latest list of TV station transactions submitted to the FCC for its approval, according to BIA/Kelsey.
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wo people in a recording booth deep inside a Connecticut office park are helping millions of blind Americans feel part of the Olympics like never before.
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Spanish-language TV network Univision emerged as the winning bidder in a bankruptcy auction for Gawker Media. In January Univision acquired satirical news site The Onion.
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On Wednesday, NBC Olympics’ live streaming for Rio 2016 topped 1 billion minutes (1.05 billion)—the first time the threshold has ever been crossed for an Olympics, the group said.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group, which controls 173 network affiliates in 81 markets, has partnered with NAB-backed TV Freedom and Antennas Direct for what’s being billed as the “Broadcast TV Liberation Tour.”
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The network has stuck a deal with Netflix, whose subscribers will be able to stream full seasons of CW shows beginning eight days after their season finales.
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The network is embracing brands in major new marketing partnerships and integrations. Fox is teaming with Samsung for its 24: Legacy and creating a new game show based on Shazam.
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Driven by boosts in political, retransmission and digital money, Nexstar Broadcasting Tuesday reported that second quarter revenues hit a record-setting $262 million, up 19% from 2015.
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The night belonged to The CW, which received its first-ever TCA Award -- Rachel Bloom of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" for Individual Achievement in Comedy.
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CEO Perry Sook attributes the overall revenue gain to 7.5% year-over-year growth in TV ad revenue along with a 41% gain in retrans fees and a 17% rise in digital.
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The NBCU Owned Television Stations is dispatching a team of nearly 40 anchors, reporters, photographers and producers to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to cover the 2016 Olympic Summer Games, the largest unit the station group has sent to an international event in recent history.
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