Sinclair Preps Streaming Movie Service for Launch

Last week, Sinclair named three key management hires for its upcoming over-the-top service STIRR, which it said will launch in early 2019. Sinclair Broadcast Group continues to make progress toward l...

Triveni Helps Pearl TV Test ATSC 3.0 Interoperability

The Phoenix Model Market Station, a collaboration of the Pearl Group’s members, several local stations in Phoenix, and broadcast networks, is making great progress in the development and testing of A...

Next-Gen ATSC Confronts Market Reality

Long-time readers may recall that I’ve long covered the development and roll-out of ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) digital television in the United States, both conceptually and h...

Cordillera Officially Exits The Broadcasting Business

Cordillera Communications has announced the sale of 15 of 16 of its TV stations to the E.W. Scripps Company and the 16th Tucson station to Quincy Media, Inc. The deal marks the exit of the St. Paul, ...

An Arizona Radio Training Ground Shifts Licensees

It’s been a very slow October for radio and TV transactions. The trickle of deal-making is such that the lone item up for discussion in TRANSACTIONS TODAY is a change of control of a low-power FM ser...

Fox, NBC, More Support ATSC 3.0 Deployment

Fox Television Stations, NBC and Telemundo Owned Stations Group, Univision, Pearl TV and SpectrumCo are coming together to support the deployment of ATSC 3.0. The standard, designed to enhance over-t...

ATSC President Looks Ahead for ATSC 3.0

At the recent Society of Broadcast Engineers annual national awards, ATSC President Mark Richer hailed the collaboration of broadcast industry players for last year’s development of ATSC 3.0. Richer ...

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...