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8/6/2020
The hour-long special, which was co-hosted by the stellar lineup of Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Gayle King and Brad Pitt, drew almost exactly 3 million total viewers.
8/6/2020
National TV advertising in June declined 9% to $3.2 billion -- a much smaller decline than the two previous months, according to SMI.
8/5/2020
Michael O’Rielly’s renomination as an FCC commissioner was rescinded by President Trump, according to published reports.
8/5/2020
By far the biggest reservation of the 2020 race by either campaign, it is a sign of the swift turnabout in Joe Biden’s finances since he became the presumptive Democratic nominee.
8/3/2020
Ellen Crooke, Tegna’s VP of news, says the Black Lives Matter movement has promoted greater “intentionality” in the group’s efforts for diversity and inclusion in its news organizations and leadership.
8/3/2020
Major buying agencies have begun negotiating with TV networks in earnest over advance purchases of advertising time, a sign that TV’s annual “upfront” process will take place in some fashion despite conditions from the coronavirus pandemic.
7/31/2020
Television remains an important part of a multi-platform approach to auto industry advertising, according to the 2019-2020 Nielsen Annual Auto Marketing Report. According to Nielsen, TV delivers the strongest ad retention among new car shoppers (84%) across all demographics.
7/31/2020
According to the July 2020 Cardlytics U.S. State of Spend report, with the start of July, in-store retail sales are now showing positive year-over-year growth. Spend at brick-and-mortar retailers is up 1.2% compared to the same period in 2019, following in-store sales being down 12.8% year-over-year in Q2.
7/30/2020
Emily Barr, president and CEO of Graham Media Group, is B+C’s Broadcaster of the Year, an award she will receive at TVB’s Alt Forward Conference on Thursday, Oct. 1. Barr will be profiled in B+C’s awards issue on Sept. 21.
7/29/2020
While the traditional classic TV programming multicast networks continue to reach older audiences, newer entrants are looking to more specialized areas like lifestyle and news to reach younger audiences.
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