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Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

4/19/2021
Nielsen will not submit to an audit of its COVID-era ratings measurements, rejecting a request from TV networks who believe their ratings have been undercounted during the pandemic.
4/16/2021
CBS is combining its network news division and 28 owned stations across the country into one unit, hiring Neeraj Khemlani and Wendy McMahon, as co-presidents, to run the expanded operation.
4/15/2021
The VAB, an industry group that represents the TV networks to Madison Avenue, is demanding that Nielsen, the arbiter of TV ratings, submit to a third-party audit from Ernst and Young.
4/15/2021
TV and radio stations are the best message carriers to reach populations with information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and other related information, said NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith.
4/15/2021
NBCU Telemundo Enterprises is celebrating Financial Literacy Month with the kickoff of Nuestras Finanzas (Our Finances), a national program designed to inform and encourage U.S. Hispanics to accelerate their financial freedom and success.
4/15/2021
Horowitz’s report, finds that three in four 13- to 24-year-olds use their smartphones to watch video content, daily or almost every day. Additionally, 95% of Gen Z watches at least some TV content, racking up a self-reported average 4.7 hours of long-form TV content per day.
4/14/2021
NBC Owned Stations, announced that local news playlists from 11 NBC O&Os are now available on Peacock. The local news playlists are available through Peacock’s “News” tab.
4/14/2021
Univision and Televisa have come to terms on a merger agreement, a long-awaited deal that will create a Spanish-language TV giant with broad reach in Mexico and the U.S.
4/13/2021
Hearst has teamed with the Emma Bowen Foundation to endow need-based media scholarships and internships for minority students. The endowment will honor Hearst executive Jeana Stanley, VP of finance.
4/13/2021
The American Gaming Association (AGA) predicted that more than 47 million, or 18%, Americans planned to wager on the NCAA tournament this year, with a 206% increase in the number of people looking to place the bet online.
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