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Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

Gray is agreeing to add another TV property in one of these markets — a facility that, while low power in nature, covers the entire metropolitan area.
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Fox and ABC won awards for 9-1-1 and black-ish at the 51st NAACP Image Awards.
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As streaming continues to grow, media giants Fox and NBCU are reportedly interested in buying some of the earlier over-the-top services.
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Marketers that haven’t yet lined up a date to the Big Dance will be staying at home this March, as CBS and Turner Sports have sold out the linear TV inventory for the NCAA tournament.
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The agreement sees 27 CBS-owned stations in 17 major U.S. markets continuing their use of Comscore local ratings currency.
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ABC relaunched its multicast network formerly known as Live Well as Localish, taking advantage of digital-first content its owned stations have been producing at the local level.
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Allen Media Broadcasting said it has completed its purchase of 11 television stations from USA Television for $305 million.
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Peacock will be a virtual Advanced Advertising laboratory and Josh Feldman, executive VP, will show off a variety of new ad formats at Future’s Advanced Advertising Summit.
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CEO Dave Lougee tells analysts that the company’s advertising categories pacing up this year include auto, media & telecom, travel & tourism, medical & dental, banking & finance and auto after-market.
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Adjusted total company revenue, excluding political, was up 33% year-over-year.
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CBS Sports announced a deal that makes William Hill the official sports book and wagering data provider across all CBS Sports platforms.
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Newly combined ViacomCBS is working on combining media assets for a new streaming service that will build on CBS All Access.
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ABC News’ streaming video news network is undergoing an overhaul of its programming strategy in an effort to differentiate it from all the other news content vying for viewers in an election year.
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The service will start off with 24 free, ad supported channels with content in Spanish and Portuguese.
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CTO Brett Jenkins says Nexstar sees more potential to transition to IP workflows after its acquisition of Tribune.
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The increase to $0.56 per share marks the company’s seventh annual consecutive rise in cash dividend.
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After learning of the plan to offer The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Meyers to streaming customers prior to their broadcast airtimes, NBC affiliates have been in talks with the network.
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WFAA’s David Schechter and Tegna are putting ordinary people in Dallas in the role of reporters to tackle divisive issues like climate change, racism and Trump’s border wall.
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Sinclair and Nexstar have settled Tribune's lawsuit against Sinclair over their failure to close its previous deal to buy Tribune.
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ViacomCBS said that its streaming service had a record number of signups for a month in January, getting a boost from the premiere of Star Trek: Picard plus promotion during the CBS broadcast of the Grammy Awards.
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