Nexstar Broadcasting Group announced today that it has reached new distribution agreements with 30 multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs).
FierceBroadcasting offers this brief look back at five of the top stories from 2016 that we’ll be following in 2017.
Intel technologies help sports referees make the right call with fast, high-quality specialized video replay systems.
The CWA believes Altice USA is spinning off its tech workers in order to avoid regulatory restrictions on layoffs.
Cable lobbying groups are striking a conciliatory tone to mark the FCC chairman’s imminent departure.
Five years after closing its acquisition of NBCUniversal, Comcast is still executing on a key regulatory condition.
National Amusements, the majority voting shareholder of CBS and Viacom, has asked the companies’ boards to halt a possible remerger of the companies.
Charter's CEO lauds the sudden, dramatic agenda shift at the FCC.
NCTA President and CEO Michael Powell offered his backing to Rep. Greg Walden, who was appointed chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
TV tower firm Electronics Research (ERI) warned the FCC that a “quiet period” for broadcasters could harm pre-planning for the channel reassignment transition.
AT&T’s regulatory chief said zero rating and sponsored data plans are delivering the “benefits to consumers and competition” the FCC said it wanted.