WWE’s “SmackDown Live” is officially a Fox Sports program and will air every Friday night on the Fox broadcast network beginning in October 2019.
The national television advertising market stayed mostly flat in May and only rose 0.8% annually, according to Standard Media Index.
Gray Television is already planning TV station divestitures as part of its $3.6 billion Raycom merger to smooth the regulatory process.
CBS became the latest NFL broadcast partner to sign an expanded streaming deal that offers live NFL games on mobile devices.
Gray Television and Raycom Media will merge as part of a $3.8 billion deal creating a broadcasting company with 142 full-power television stations.
AT&T has appointed Peter Knag as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Turner.
Disney is promising to sell off even more Fox assets if its $71 billion deal for the company’s studio and cable network businesses earns approval.
Smaller cable operators have found an unlikely ally in their attempt to stop Sinclair’s $3.9 billion Tribune takeover: the ACLU.
After a monthslong court battle with AT&T, the U.S. Justice Department looks like it could let Disney buy Fox without much of a protest.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said now that the Time Warner deal is done, AT&T is on track to launch a real-time ad exchange platform within 24 months.