A CBS survey of 700 people in the United States with Internet and television connections conducted in 2013 found that 28% said they're watching more television than they did the year before.
Now that its Allbritton purchase is done, Sinclair CEO David Smith says he’s eager to start taking on Fox News Channel and MSNBC with NewsChannel 8.
[Commentary] Gannett's move to split into two companies -- one encompassing broadcasting and digital, the other publishing -- is the latest move in a trend reflecting current economic and regulatory realities.
Local TV broadcasters have shifted into high gear with digital advertising efforts, driving an estimated all-time high of nearly $3 billion in new ad revenue for stations in 2014, according to new research commissioned by the Television Bureau of
Media General and LIN Media will sell or swap stations in five markets to clear the way for their $1.6 million merger. The five markets are Birmingham and Mobile (AL); Providence (RI); Savannah (GA); and Green Bay (WI).
[Commentary] A briefing on the legal and regulatory proceedings affecting broadcasters covers the following topics: Aereo, CALM Act (meant to end loud TV commercials), Class A TV, closed captioning, equal employment opportunity rules, emergency in
The Copyright Office has shot down Aereo's attempt to recast itself as a cable system that may retransmit broadcast signals to paying online subscribers with the benefit of the cable compulsory license.
ABC, the home of white-oriented comedies "Modern Family" and "The Middle," will introduce ethnic families in the sitcoms "black-ish," "Cristela" and "Fresh Off the Boat."
[Commentary] Desperate to save itself, Aereo is now rolling out Plan B.
Speakers at the recent Investigative Reporters & Editors conference say that 76% of local broadcasters partner with other news outlets, and it behooves TV reporters to maximize the potential -- and benefits -- of those collaborations, whether