Industry News
Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

4/7/2021
KTVE in Monroe, La., was recognized by Louisiana Association of Broadcasters for Best Newscast and Best Weathercast in the small market category.
4/7/2021
The NAB confirmed that its President/CEO, Gordon Smith, will transition to a 36-month advisory and advocacy role at the end of 2021. His successor is the NAB’s Chief Operating Officer, Curtis LeGeyt.
4/7/2021
Instrument is launching Build.Serve.Grow, a three-pillar program that will dedicate $3 million in services and support over the next three years to Black and underrepresented communities.
4/6/2021
E.W. Scripps will launch its popular OTT national news network Newsy over the air as well — serving the growing free OTA market of cord-cutting self-bundlers. At its launch on Oct. 1, Newsy will be available over the air in at least 80% of U.S. television homes.
4/6/2021
According to a Magid study, 73% of respondents reacted positively to NextGen TV spots with virtually no negative reaction; and 60% of the consumers who viewed the ads responded that they are likely to purchase a TV that has NextGen TV technology within the next year.
4/6/2021
Nexstar said it promoted three long-time broadcast executives to run its operations in Knoxville, Tennessee, Roanoke, Virginia, and Myrtle Beach, S.C.
4/6/2021
Melissa Harper, most recently the executive vice president of scripted production at Fremantle North America, has been tapped to lead NBCUniversal TV and Streaming as executive vice president of production management and operations.
4/5/2021
Tegna launched Twist, a women-oriented multicast channel featuring lifestyle and reality programming. Available in 43 of the top 50 Nielsen DMAs.
4/5/2021
The Ad Council is appointing Elise James-DeCruise as the group’s first Chief Equity Officer to oversee the organization’s ongoing commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion.
4/5/2021
State/National Park Visitors buy plenty of gear to enjoy their time in the great outdoors. 61.3% of them watch a minimum of three hours of TV every day.
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