Television News Daily
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • Comscore Expands TV Deal With NBC/Telemundo Stations, Increases Data Points

    Comscore has renewed another major contract with 40 NBC and Telemundo TV stations that incorporates a broader range of consumer marketing data. Read the whole story

  • NFL Playoffs Down 5% In Ad Revenues, Viewership Higher

    Across all networks, NFL playoff games and programming amounted to $928.6 million. The big NFC and AFC Championship games pulled in $349.5 million in … Read the whole story

  • Netflix, YouTube Deemed 'Essential' For Consumers

    Respondents said Netflix and YouTube were 52.7% and 45.9% more "essential," respectively, while cable and TV services were given 39.5% and 27.9% numbers, per … Read the whole story

  • TVEyes To Stop Offering Fox News Clips

    Online monitoring service TVEyes will no longer offer subscribers to its $500-a-month service video clips from Fox News programs, both companies said in court … Read the whole story

  • Netflix Positions Itself For The Future

    Netflix this month revealed viewership numbers for the first time around "Bird Box" and raised its prices -- moves that point to a larger, … Read the whole story

  • YouTube Says Its Platform Is Now 'Brand Safe'

    AT&T was among the first companies to stop paying to advertise on YouTube, saying it wouldn't return until changes were made. They have -- … Read the whole story