Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

DirecTV Now, AT&T’s OTT TV service, said it has added live locals from CBS and The CW in several markets.
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Tegna’s 13 TV stations are teaming with The Salvation Army, United Van Lines, Mayflower and Pilot Flying J to collect, transport, store and distribute supplies to those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
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HBO topped the most awards of any network, while Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale" nabbed a total of eight awards and "Saturday Night Live's" received nine awards.
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Reports of softening TV scatter pricing are false, according to CBS Corp. Chairman/CEO Les Moonves. He says the networks just came off a strong upfront that saw CPMs and volume up across the board.
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Though advertisers like ABC's core audience of affluent women, the network is looking to broaden its audience range to appeal to men.
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CBS signed new affiliation agreements with Sinclair Broadcast Group covering four stations, including KGAN-TV, KGBT-TV, WGME-TV, and WTVH-TV.
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CBS Corp. will pay at least A$201.1 million ($162 million) in cash to buy Australian broadcaster Ten Network Holdings.
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Nexstar Media, which already has raised more than $2.5M for Hurricane Harvey relief, is expanding its company-wide fundraising initiative to include stations dedicating airtime and using digital assets to drive donations.
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The E.W. Scripps Co. will likely spend $55 million in a repack bill, with a a hefty bill for Nashville WTVF alone.
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The Convoy of Care effort collected more than a half million bottles of water for Hurricane Harvey relief. WSB then had Peach Movers deliver the water to places affected by the hurricane.
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Football season has begun, and it's already had an impact on the competition among television networks. ABC and NBC led with an averaged 4.61M viewers and 4.59M respectively, while Univision and Telemundo were tied at 1.41M.
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E.W. Scripps’ online news network, Newsy is landing a spot in cable TV. Retirement Living Television will be replaced by Newsy’s 24-hour linear feed, with a mix of news and talk-show programming aimed at millennials.
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Raycom Media pointed to a TVB study showing that local TV news was the top source for Hurricane Harvey information.
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While all of Houston’s affiliates went wall-to-wall covering the devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey, CBS affiliate KHOU garnered national attention for keeping that going as its studios flooded.
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Hulu is adding The CW to its live TV streaming service. The streamer announced that it’s the fifth major broadcast network to join its recently launched live TV streaming service.
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All money raised by Tegna’s stations will be donated to the Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. In addition, the Tegna Foundation will match the first $100,000 of donations.
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Extensive flood damage at CBS affiliate Houston station, KHOU-11, forced all to evacuate. Other TEGNA stations and local competitors pitch in to keep the news flowing as Hurricane Harvey aftermath worsens.
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Telemundo celebrates a strong summer performance in primetime that allowed the Spanish-language network to pull ahead of Univision in the adults 18-34 demographic for the first time.
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Fox is teaming with Panasonic and Samsung Electronics to create what they call “an open, royalty-free dynamic metadata platform,” tentatively called HDR10+.
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Troubled Australian television broadcaster, Ten Network, will be sold to U.S. giant CBS Corp.
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