Television News Daily
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
  • Broadcast C3 Ratings Flat, Cable Nets Down 3%

    Fourth-quarter 2016 TV network ratings sank 3% among 18-49 viewers in prime time, looking at Nielsen C3 ratings -- with broadcast doing better than … Read the whole story

  • Gap Between Pay TV Decline, Overall TV Homes Widens

    The traditional pay TV business continues to show some worsening metrics, which are particularly troubling for cord-cutting. That means the "gap" between pay TV … Read the whole story

  • Bud Pre-Releases Immigrant-Themed Super Bowl Spot

    "This commercial shows the start of Budweiser's journey, and while it is set in the 1800's, it's a story we believe will resonate with … Read the whole story

  • Wendy's Making Super Bowl Ad Debut

    Wendy's is making its Super Bowl ad debut by putting fake news to rest. Research conducted by Wendy's found that seven out of 10 … Read the whole story

  • Nationwide, NFL Renew Partnership

    Nationwide and the NFL announced a new four-year agreement Monday that will keep Nationwide as both a league sponsor and an official insurance sponsor. Read the whole story

  • 'Shut Up' Media: Business Is Growing, News Organizations Are Hiring

    The media is doing more journalistic work. In addition, news organizations are making money and, in keeping with a Trump Administration goal -- creating … Read the whole story

  • A Bad Year For Football Draws To A Close

    The long football season comes to an end on Sunday with the annual nacho-fueled spectacle that is the Super Bowl. It's been a tough … Read the whole story

  • The Fallacy Of Scale

    Apparently, scale doesn't buy you confidence or control the way it used to. Scale doesn't deliver agility, and the lower TV rates that big … Read the whole story