Thursday, November 21, 2013
  • Gray Buys Hoak Stations For $335M

    Midsize TV group Gray Television, based in Atlanta, Ga., will get 16 stations from Hoak Media and Parker Broadcasting -- giving Gray 123 channels … Read the whole story

  • Tribune Co. Plans 700 Publishing Layoffs In 2014

    With its newspapers on the auction block, Tribune Co. will cut around 700 jobs over the next year -- most of them in the … Read the whole story

  • TV Show Promos Add Viewers, 'Marvel Agents' Leads Efforts

    Four new network TV shows -- two dramas and two comedies -- scored high results when it came to their on-air promos bringing in … Read the whole story

  • Time Inc. Plans Big Native Ad Push, 'People,' 'EW' First To Use

    Time Inc. is planning to "dramatically expand its native ad business," according to a request for proposals circulated to a number of companies specializing … Read the whole story

  • British Airways Billboard Ads Interact With Planes

    One of the big selling points of digital billboards is interactivity -- and the definition grew wider this week thanks to British Airways, which … Read the whole story

  • CBS Regains Top Tuesday Spot

    The third November Tuesday flipped back to CBS taking over the top spot, narrowly beating NBC. CBS was at a Nielsen preliminary 2.5 rating/7 … Read the whole story

  • Rob Delaney: Human. Warrior. Falcon.

    Rob Delaney is one of the luckiest people in the Twitterverse. Well, aside from all the insiders who made billions of dollars via the … Read the whole story