The decrease to $126.5 million is due to a $24.1 million decrease in political advertising revenue and partially offset by increased local and national advertising demand, Summer Olympics money and higher retrans revenue.
The Library of American Broadcasting Foundation celebrates its Giants of Broadcasting & Electronic Arts. The 2021 class includes Emily Barr, Graham and Jordan Wertlieb, Hearst.
Graham appointed Terri Cope-Walton vice president and general manager of its Jacksonville, Fla., duopoly of independent WJXT and CW affiliate WCWJ.
WSLS, Graham Media Group’s NBC affiliate in Roanoke, Va., has named Burt Spangler as its new creative services director.
TVNewsCheck named Graham Media Group as its Station Group of the Year for 2021, recognizing its early and aggressive strategy in content and platform experimentation with a view to longevity in a rapidly-changing industry.
Graham Holdings Company on Wednesday released its second quarter results. Breaking out the Television Broadcasting arm, showing a 19% revenue increase, to $119.97 million from $100.76 million.
“We wanted to further our Juneteenth efforts this year by creating opportunities for learning and outreach that support the cause of combatting injustice and racism,” says Emily Barr, Graham Media’s president.