Industry News
Articles and announcements about the broadcast industry.

1/8/2020
Nielsen and Nexstar Media Group announced a multi-year agreement whereby Nielsen will provide a comprehensive suite of measurement services for all broadcast and cable entities including 197 local TV stations and digital subchannels in 115 markets.
1/8/2020
CES’ keynote addresses, once dominated by computer and chip makers, features execs from TV networks NBC and CBS and upstart video services like mobile-focused Quibi.
1/8/2020
The industry managed to record a fifth straight year of sales above 17 million units, with 17.1 million cars and light trucks delivered in 2019, down 1.2% from 2018.
1/8/2020
Nielsen-measured TV viewership was 16.5 million, up 5% from last year. Digital viewership on NFL.com, Verizon and broadcast websites averaged 487,000 viewers, up 51%.
1/3/2020
Michael Bloomberg spent $155.3 million nationally on political ads in 2019- $136.8 million worth of broadcast TV time and $7.7 million on cable, according to data from Advertising Analytics.
1/2/2020
Bernie Sanders told supporters that his campaign has more donors than Donald Trump’s, and predicted he would raise more than $1 billion if he’s the Democratic nominee to challenge the president’s re-election this year.
12/30/2019
Let’s make sure we invest the majority of our precious time and budgets in stuff we know will benefit our marketing efforts. If you do that, I’m sure you’ll have a successful year.
12/30/2019
The 10 biggest advertisers spent nearly $10 billion on TV ads this year combined, and more than 2,000 companies made national TV part of their media mixes for the first time, according to an analysis of TV trends from MediaRadar.
12/30/2019
From Shonda Rhimes' $100M Netflix deal to NBCUniversal's $500 million 'The Office' pact, these eye-popping agreements have shifted the tectonic plates of the TV business.
12/30/2019
In 2019, TVNewsCheck reported on the deaths of outstanding men and women who shaped TV as actors, lawmakers, producers, business people, journalists and on-air personalities. Here’s a look back at some of those influencers.
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