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Atlanta, Georgia – Gray Television, Inc. (“Gray”) (NYSE: GTN) today closed on itspreviously announced acquisition of Meredith Corporation’s Local Media Group (“Meredith”) and its17 television stations in 12 local markets for $16.99 per share in cash, or $2.8 billion...
During a recent webinar sharing ATSC 3.0 tests and insights from Korean and the U.S. experts, BIA Advisory Services presented new data estimating that datacasting revenue from NextGen broadcasts could bring in a significant amount of revenue of $5...
LAS VEGAS—TVs and related video devices—once a mainstay of the annual CES trade show—will still play a smaller but still highly visible role in the show, which returns to a live (vaccinated) in-person event, Jan. 5 –8, 2022. Read More:...
A digital low-power TV station licensed to Logan, Utah, is poised to leave the NBC Universal family. Read More at: https://www.rbr.com/telemundo-sheds-a-utah-lptv-facility/
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The FCC is planning to vote on a proposal to improve the accessibility of the Emergency Alert System on December 14th at its December Open Meeting. Read More at:  https://www.tvtechnology.com/news/fcc-plans-vote-on-improving-accessibility-of-emergency-alerts
Licensees of commercial and non-commercial full power television, Class A television, low power television, AM radio, and FM radio stations must file their requisite biennial ownership reports by December 1, 2021 reflecting ownership of the licensee as of October...
It was the third transaction to involve a “unique” group of low-power TV construction permits, given their construction deadline. And, the deal was first announced in late August. Read More: https://www.rbr.com/another-mako-stations-sale-closes/
IBC just announced that the in-person IBC 2021 event has been canceled. The move follows growing concerns about the COVID-19 situation in The Netherlands, which has deteriorated over the past week, and feedback from the IBC exhibitor and visitor...
With NextGen TV signals projected to reach 45% of U.S. homes by the end of 2021, the Pearl TV consortium of broadcast station groups has announced that broadcasters and consumer electronics manufacturers are looking to build on the growth...
The broadcasting industry is constantly improving with new cutting-edge innovations and technology on the horizon. Pre-Register for the Korea-U.S Broadcast Webinar to learn more about the latest developments from the industry's ASTC 3.0 technology leaders from the United States...