Educational sessions and roundtable discussions will come with networking opportunities for media credit and collection professionals from across the country at an event hosted by C-SPAN in Washington, D.C. Ideas and best practices for the ever-changing media credit and collections function are the top topic.
His hometown is Yuba City, Calif. He worked in the market for nearly a decade. Now, an individual who has lived in California for the majority of the last 40 years is returning to Fresno, for a big role at Nexstar Media Group.
Viacom and CBS have named an Executive Vice President for Global Public Policy and Government Relations for what will be known formally as ViacomCBS, effective upon closing of the proposed merger between Viacom and CBS.
Journalists from Hearst stations across the country will not only report from their markets but in neighboring states. The collaboration with FactCheck.org is an effort to identify misinformation so voters will just have the facts.
A daylong summit will include morning sessions programmed by MFM for finance professionals working in film, television, OTT, mobile, digital, games and other content companies. The afternoon session features a discussion of the future of retail.
No less than three deals involving TV stations in Wyoming are being filed with the FCC and are expected to appear in the CDBS this week. The trio of transactions saw Kalil & Co. serve as the exclusive broker in each of these station trades.
"Fox’s early life as a new company has been nothing short of disappointing." Ouch. That's the assessment of the reborn Fox Corporation from Michael Nathanson, who laments that Fox has been hurt by multiple headwinds. As such, it has been able "to prove the superiority of their strategy and assets."
A debtor-in-possession that owns an unaffiliated full-power TV station serving a small Georgia market to the south of Atlanta has struck a deal that will send this onetime ABC affiliate to a new owner. The buyers: A husband and wife ownership group based in Maryland's Eastern Shore.
A new Nielsen study examines how consumers lean into delayed viewing of TV content over broadcast and cable. It found that the proliferation of ways to view content has also helped influence them to be more patient viewers, tuning in past live, same day and even seven days.
In a brief announcement distributed Sunday, DISH Network confirmed that it has reached a multi-year carriage agreement with Fox Corporation for its owned-and-operated local stations, as well as FS1, FS2, BTN, Fox Soccer Plus and Fox Deportes. The pact ends a week-long tussle.
With Procter & Gamble Co. Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard on Friday calling for media transparency during an ANA Masters of Marketing keynote address, two P&G brands are making their mark with consumers through a heavy investment in the most traditional form of visual content delivery.
Yes, GEICO is once again at the top of the Media Monitors Spot Ten Cable chart. And, it accomplished the feat with some 77,191 spot plays accounted for during the week ending Oct. 6. That said, one big quick-service restaurant chain had a huge week at Spot Cable.
Way back in the early 1940s, shortages of equipment and materials were a serious impediment to the introduction of new broadcast services. "Today, however, this is obviously not the case," he says. That's why the FCC will take up a broadcast antenna siting NPRM at its next Open Meeting.
ACA Connects-affiliated leaders on Oct. 2 were inducted into the 53rd Cable TV Pioneers at the group’s annual dinner, held at the Ritz Carlton in New Orleans. Joining the Cable TV Pioneers are individuals from Schurz Communications and Patriot Media, among others.
TV news coverage of political events is some of the most watched programming in the U.S. In fact, viewership of news events related to political topics rivals even the most popular sporting events. That's one key insight from a new VAB report, which examines the appetite for news and the corresponding rise in ad spending.