A remerger of CBS Corp. and Viacom would create a powerful negotiating opponent for pay TV, controlling nearly a quarter of the linear TV audience.
Verizon and the NBA entered a multiyear partnership to offer content including live out-of-market games via NBA League Pass and original programming.
Sinclair, Nexstar Media, and Univision are teaming with American Tower to build and operate Single Frequency Network (SFN) sites.
E.W. Scripps has launched MarketPredict, which it says will allow political campaigns to simulate how changes will affect voters’ decisions.
As rumors once again swirl regarding a Viacom remerger, Rosenblatt analyst Alan Gould said that CBS would be better off partnering or merging with Verizon.
Tegna and Sony Pictures Television entered into an exclusive, multiyear distribution agreement for Tegna’s programming in the U.S. and internationally.
ABC will reportedly be among the networks submitting bids for Thursday Night Football television rights during the 2018 season.
Viacom stock was set off on a bit of a roller-coaster ride when rumors surfaced about Viacom and CBS reigniting discussions about recombining.
Circa, the mobile news site acquired by Sinclair about two years ago, is restructuring and launching a live news app.
LAS VEGAS—Another Consumer Electronics Show is wrapping up.