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 ...

NAB Warns Hill of Potential TV Station Repack Delays

The National Association of Broadcasters told the House Energy & Commerce Committee Tuesday (Dec. 11) that there are already warning signs that more broadcasters will miss their post-auction repa...

WTF is ATSC 3.0?

Streaming TV services often don’t carry local TV stations like NBC and Fox local affiliates, which aren’t available in every marketing for services like Sling TV. That puts local TV stations and thei...

PSIP Essential for LPTV Broadcasters

“Program and System Information Protocol”, or PSIP, is often misunderstood by stations and viewers alike.  Here is the latest information about this protocol. Designed for ATSC 1.0 standard broadcast...

Memorial Service Set for Byron and Julie St. Clair

The Memorial Service for low power television pioneer and visionary Byron W. St. Clair and his wife, Julie L. St. Clair, has been set for 1:30 PM Saturday, June 23, 2018 at Arvada Presbyterian Church...

Remembering LPTV Industry Pioneer Byron St. Clair

  Editors Note: Byron St. Clair, a renowned television and radio engineer who was instrumental in bringing early TV to the mountainous rural West passed away last week. He is a past board member...