Why Old-Fashioned, Over-the-Air TV Is Booming

About one in seven American households is watching old-fashioned, over-the-air television broadcasts, an increasingly appealing choice for former cable customers who have “cut the cord” but still wan...

Broadcasters Need To Connect To Connected Cars

Broadcast TV’s future in the connected car may come into focus for a while yet, but that shouldn’t keep the industry from closely collaborating with auto manufacturers to shape that future. It was cl...

Sinclair Launches ATSC 3.0 Chips at CES

As it said it would, Sinclair Broadcast Group has debuted at CES system-on-a-chip (SoC) that supports the new ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard. Through its ONE Media technology unit, Sinclair worked with ...

Gray Closes On $3.6 Billion Raycom Merger

Following approvals by the FCC and Justice Department last month, Gray Television closed Wednesday on its $3.6 billion purchase of Raycom Media, expanding its footprint to 91 markets and 24% of TV ho...

A Texas AM, With Translator, Gets Traded

A Class C AM serving a city in the Lone Star State, along with its FM translator, are being sold from a North Texas group to an East Texas entity. The buyer is a broadcaster who has enjoyed an owner ...

FCC Authorizes Five More Stations To Deploy ATSC 3.0

The FCC has granted requests from five commercial and public TV broadcasters for permission to test next-gen TV broadcasts from the transmission facilities of Univision’s KFPH-CD, which began A...