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3/30/2021
Univision has launched its new ad-supported streaming service, PrendeTV. The Spanish-language broadcaster’s new free-to-consumer platform includes 40 channels and more than 10,000 hours of VOD content from Univison and Televisa.
3/29/2021
NBCU, which launched Peacock eight months ago, is mulling another streamer launch. The service could in theory feature Universal movies, currently under an HBO deal until 2023, and eventually take back some NBCU content from Hulu.
3/29/2021
Citing a "healthier-than-expected recovery" of the U.S. economy, coupled with "the significant impact of fiscal stimulus," GroupM updated its U.S. ad outlook for 2021, calling for total ad spending to expand more than 9% over 2021.
3/29/2021
Verify, a six-year-old reporting project within Tegna that presents stories in direct response to viewer queries, is ramping up dramatically with an expanded national team and multiplatform iterations.
3/29/2021
According to Houzz, the median cost of a major kitchen remodel is $35,000 and a minor one $8,000. Data from The Media Audit reveals TV is where to reach this audience with the information to make kitchen remodeling choices.
3/26/2021
In 2020, ad spending in major media fell 15% to $132 billion. TV spending shrunk, but its share of ad dollars increased to 68% from 64%, according to Nielsen’s Total Audience Report.
3/25/2021
WISH Indianapolis has created WISH-TV Latinx, a digital news offering specifically created for the growing Latino communities in Indianapolis.
3/25/2021
Univision’s PrendeTV, a free, advertising-supported platform, has struck launch-sponsor deals with 10 sponsors.
3/24/2021
The William Randolph Hearst Foundation announced the top 10 winners of its 2020-21 Television News Competition. First Place has been awarded to Katelyn Keenehan, a senior from Arizona State University. She wins a $3,000 scholarship and automatically qualifies for the National TV Championship.
3/24/2021
The Scripps Howard Foundation, the philanthropic organization of the E.W. Scripps, has awarded the University of North Texas and Elon University with grants totaling $600,000 to enhance or create programs that will inspire high school students to embark on journalism careers.
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