• Clarification: Fox President, Ad Sales, Alludes To Protesters At Upfront
    In her remarks, Marianne Gambelli, president of advertising sales for Fox News Channel/Fox Business, referenced protestors outside the event.
  • Fox News' Pitch To Advertisers: Stick With Our Numbers
    Fox News Channel remains the highest-viewed cable network month-to-month. It continues to grab high ad sales. Is that buzz sustainable for advertisers, given ongoing controversies around its prime-time opinion-based programming?
  • Legacy Media Cos. May Not View Pay TV Customers As A Priority
    Wonder how pay TV providers will survive in the future -- especially when video subscribers continue to decline? The answer is that video relationships may not be a primary part of their future.
  • Will TV Station Groups, Networks Compete For National Ad Dollars?
    Could Sinclair Broadcast Group, Nexstar Media Group or Tegna be looking to compete for national TV dollars? The push is on, and not just when it comes to new and/or acquired national media platforms.
  • Video Streams Bandy About The 'Free' Word - Is It?
    Apple may be launching a streaming service at month's end that will include original content and other offerings. NBCU says it will have one late next year.
  • Call Me A TV Socialist - Watching TV While Being Social
    For some, socialism in 2018 means "being social," which registered a whopping 6% of those surveyed in a Gallup Poll.
  • Fox News Not Welcome At DNC Debates: Network Needs An 'Alternative News' Outlet
    The DNC decision is about the network's too-close-for-comfort relationship between Fox and the Trump Administration. DNC chair Tom Perez called it an "inappropriate relationship."
  • 'Colbert' Tops 'Fallon' In Late-Night TV
    CBS' "Late Show with Stephen Colbert" finally achieved a big viewing victory for the late-night variety show. It topped NBC's "Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" for the first time in the 18-49 demographic.
  • The Future Of Satellite TV Is Unclear
    The longtime main competitor to landline-based cable TV operators is now being usurped by Internet-delivered services of TV networks and on-demand programming.
  • Is WarnerMedia Draining Talent Or Melding Content?
    AT&T plans to get much more out of HBO -- in particular -- when it comes to developing its new WarnerMedia OTT service. Critics worry premium cabler HBO may be in for a change.
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