Broadcaster Briefing
Articles and announcements about Broadcast Television Companies.

The E.W. Scripps board has declared a cash dividend for the first quarter of 2018. Shareholders of record as of March 1 will receive 5 cents per share.
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CBS reported results for the fourth quarter of 2017 that included the local media segment revenue of $450 million, down 14.5% from $526 million in the year-earlier fourth quarter.
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CBS posted an 11% improvement in revenues in the period—but the company executives were relatively mum about a possible re-combination with Viacom.
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CBS said its over-the-top direct-to-consumer services already have nearly 5 million subscribers, well ahead of expectations.
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Univision plans to expand its targeted experiential events around sports and music while focusing on subscriber revenue and putting content wherever it can be consumed.
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NBC took top prize in ratings, its Olympics coverage producing a 4.0 in viewers 18-49, per the Nielsen overnights, and a 16 share.
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NBC combines Nielsen’s measures for its TV channels with Adobe’s measurement of streaming data to form Total Audience Delivery.
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The CW will expand its prime schedule to include Sunday nights for the 2018-2019 season. When the season starts in the fall, the network will offer 12 hours of primetime series, up from the current 10.
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Tegna Inc. has completed its $325 million acquisition of Midwest Television’s broadcasting stations in San Diego. The deal was announced last December.
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NBC Olympics’ Tuesday prime-time coverage posted a TAD metric showing a 5% increase in total audience.
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Two big NFL playoff games helped broadcasters earn a slight gain in prime-time viewership for January. Broadcast was up 1% in prime-time 18-49 viewership in January to 8 million total 18-49 viewers in the Nielsen C3 metric.
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After avoiding a repeat of the Rio Games by exceeding their guarantees during the first five days of the Winter Olympics, NBC is now taking a portion of their ad inventory back into the market for new business during the Games.
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Not long after the an FCC filing revealed that it is acquiring a station in the Fargo, N.D. DMA from Central Plains Media, Gray Television is adding to its stable TV properties by striking a deal in Wyoming.
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NBCU said it is supporting the ANA’s #SeeHer initiative during the Olympics with segments featuring women athletes.
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FOX Television Stations is the largest local broadcast group in the U.S. to commit publicly to its goal to revolutionize ad sales through new-generation technology.
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For the first time since 2002, NBC actually ranks as the most-watched network on TV—not just the highest-rated, a title it has again been assured of since the fall.
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Adweek asked execs at each of the broadcast networks to weigh in on what makes them optimistic about how this TV season has unfolded—and what worries them.
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NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics from PyeongChang, South Korea, drew a 16.5 overnight household rating and 27 share, topping the first Sunday night ratings four years ago when the games were in Sochi, Russia.
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The 2018 Winter Olympics officially kicked off at the end of last week and so far viewers are absolutely loving it. B&C partnered with Canvs, the emotion measurement company, to see how viewers have been emotionally reacting to the Games thus far.
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The owner of 100+ broadcast TV stations has agreed to acquire a full-power TV station in a market covering a big portion of North Dakota and Minnesota.
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