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Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

ABC, which canceled its "Roseanne" revival over its star's racist tweet, said it will air a Conner family sitcom minus Roseanne Barr this fall.
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While some broadcasters--including Hearst and Scripps have argued the FCC should raise the 39% cap on a TV broadcast group's national reach, Nexstar is telling the FCC that the cap has to go.
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As TV news audiences age and younger viewers disperse to the far corners of social media to stay informed, what’s a network to do to stay relevant?
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NBC just took the wraps off its prime-time schedule for the 2018-2019 season, with the fall lineup to have its traditional kickoff from “The Voice.”
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The Group F match of the World Cup, broadcasted on the NBCU-owned network saw its best Sunday daytime audience ever.
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The first broadcaster has crossed the upfront finish line with The CW wrapping its negotiations, two weeks earlier than it did in 2017.
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CBS will benefit from this year’s Super Bowl, while FOX is enjoying strong upfront demand for Thursday night NFL games, according to Adweek.
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CBS has completed its upfront negotiations with the major media buyers, increasing its sales volume across all dayparts, according to sources familiar with the situation.
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CBS is reportedly seeing “moderate gains” in the volume of its upfront sales, with an “influx of spending by pharmaceutical advertisers” helping to push the increase.
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Raycom Media is proud to announce the launch of InvestigateTV, an innovative OTT app designed to deliver quality, impactful on-demand journalism content to viewers.
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Hearst Television is doubling down on its local and regional investigative reporting with a bigger bureau in the Nation’s Capital — a move that brings to fruition “a national investigative unit.”
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Hearst has added a national investigative unit in its Washington bureau, which already provides political and national news to Hearst stations in 26 markets.
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CBS has a clear objective in mind as it implements changes in its news operation, and that’s to reach out to a younger and more digitally oriented generation.
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Internally NBCU believes it is competing with the likes of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon. According to Linda Yaccarino, “that is the competitive set we are really focused on.”
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CBS said it is launching CBS Experiences, or CBSX, a new unit that will create live events based on CBS programs and brands.
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With the addition of shows on Sunday night, the CW’s upfront sales rose about 15% to $550 million, according to sources familiar with the situation.
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Emotional response research company Canvs says it is using artificial intelligence to process the answers to open-ended questions in traditional questionnaires, speeding the analysis of those responses.
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NBC, ABC and Fox have begun selling upfront ad commitments, following the lead of CBS, which got rolling late last week.
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CenturyLink, which polished off its acquisition of Level 3 Communications last November said it will transmit live feeds from the tournament to top networks in the U.S. and Latin America, including Fox in the U.S.
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Reports say ABC is open to hear pitches for ways to continue Roseanne without former star player Barr's involvement or financial benefit.
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