Television News Daily
Thursday, August 20, 2015
  • Cable, Broadcast TV Ads Get Mixed July Results

    Against unfavorable comparisons of a year ago, when the 2014 World Cup was in full swing, TV slipped a couple of percentage points in … Read the whole story

  • Viacom, Disney Struggle With Kids' Ratings

    Although Viacom's ratings troubles seem to be focused on their programming issues, other networks have seen declines for kids TV content in looking at … Read the whole story

  • U.S. Ad Market Falls To Lowest Point This Year In July, Up 7% YOY

    The U.S. ad marketplace continued its seasonal downward trend in July, posting its lowest level since January, according to an analysis of the U.S. … Read the whole story

  • Will Lower TV Ratings And Cord-Cutting Mean Lower Carriage Fees?

    Plenty of lower ratings abound for cable networks -- as well as for broadcast networks. Leaving aside weaker advertising revenues at the moment, should … Read the whole story

  • Why the Traditional TV Buyer Will Never Use Programmatic TV

    With everyone predicting the rise of programmatic TV, the current challenge is to get established TV buyers with big budgets to start buying on … Read the whole story

  • Siri, Tell Me About AppleTV's Latest Incarnation

    Apple next month will introduce a new AppleTV model that will fully integrate the iOS operating system and may do things like let Siri … Read the whole story