Television News Daily
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
  • Emmys Hit New Viewer Low

    Total viewers for the three-hour awards show posted a Nielsen 10.17 million viewers, down 11% from 11.38 million viewers on CBS a year ago. Read the whole story

  • TV Networks Ramp Up New Season Promos

    In-air fall promos have been valued at $59.7 million over the last month. Fox has gained the most value from ad spend. Read the whole story

  • Sinclair Hires Jeff Carroll, Former NBCU Marketing Executive

    Carroll will work on what the company says is the goal to "advance audience engagement, increase revenue and further develop Sinclair's forward-looking marketing objectives." Read the whole story

  • VAB: TV Fosters Stronger Connections Than YouTube Among Millennials

    The VAB study found that while 40% of millennials surveyed watch their favorite TV programming live, only 29% make an effort to watch their … Read the whole story

  • Interactivity In CTV May Be Key To Driving Sales

    Connected TV now accounts for 27% of overall video volume, up from 13% in 2016. Adults 18-34 now spend 24 more minutes per day … Read the whole story

  • YouTube Relies On Traditional TV, But They Remain Semi-Partners

    New digital pay TV platforms are still growing -- even against traditional pay TV platforms. Many have both types of services to sell to … Read the whole story

  • Rewatching 'The Beverly Hillbillies'

    Whenever I look back at number-one-rated shows from the past, there's always one that puzzles me: "The Beverly Hillbillies." Read the whole story