Station group buyers and suppliers of syndicated content from Sinclair, Fox Owned Stations, Debmar-Mercury and Litton Entertainment said at a TV2025 panel that streaming’s accelerated growth has put more pressure on their content pipeline and that the ecosystem could use more — and bigger — players in the mix. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
Technology executives from Fox Corp., Hearst, Sinclair and Tegna have already virtualized many of their functions, replacing some aging infrastructures with IP routing and broadening their use of the cloud, they said at a TV2025 panel last week. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
With the pandemic’s duration uncertain, top ad buyers and sellers say some national clients are shifting buys to local, while per performance, automation and OTT sales are helping towards a recovery. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
Executives from ABC Owned Stations, Hearst, ABC News, Gray Television, NBCU Owned Stations and Bitcentral say seven months into the pandemic, remote workflows are running smoothly and more permanent changes to their operations are pulling into focus. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
NextGen TV’s revenue is likely to come from wholly different services than traditional linear programming, according to technology executives on a panel at TVNewsCheck’s TV2025 this week. Broadcasters need to think of 3.0 as “an entirely new platform” to realize its monetization potential, says BIA’s Rick Ducey. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
The chief executives of E.W. Scripps, Sinclair, Graham Media and Allen Media see brighter days coming in 2021 with the prospect of the Supreme Court quashing outdated ownership rules and M&A activity heating up, along with core advertising bouncing back from the pandemic. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
Digital executives from Tegna, Gray, Nexstar and Allen Media said they’re holding on to some of their surging COVID and protest audiences by ramping up their digital user experiences, cultivating loyalty programs and offering up plenty of bespoke content on their digital platforms. Read the story and/or watch the full video above.
Panelists at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 conference this afternoon said a change in the presidency could help temper the anti-press sentiment that’s grown over the past four years. Allen Media CEO Byron Allen said a Biden administration would be “great for broadcasting. Anything to stop the craziness we are all experiencing now. I don’t think we have ever seen this kind of attack against journalists. This is an all-out war.”
Radha Subramanyam, chief research and analytics officer at CBS Corp., says linear TV isn’t dead yet: “The live experience is very, very special; Americans are always looking for live.” She also addresses questions on how many streaming options viewers will accept and predicted that a common currency for streaming metrics probably won’t arrive anytime soon, so the industry should do its best to be comfortable with the uncertainty and the presence of multiple metrics — at least for the time being. Watch the full interview above.
The annual fall gathering — virtual this year — will examine television, film, online video, live events, podcasting, advertising, corporate A/V, production and post. In addition, held concurrently will be TVNewsCheck’s TV2025: Monetizing the Future conference, The Streaming Summit, TVNewsCheck’s 10th annual Women in Technology awards and panel discussion as well as other events. In addition, more than 70 tech companies will be exhibiting in the marketplace.
Valari Staab, president of NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, will accept the group’s Station Group of the Year Award and discuss the multifaceted reinvestment strategy that helped earn the award in an interview at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 event. Register here.
Executives from Fox Television Stations, Debmar-Mercury, Sinclair and Litton Entertainment will share how they’re building up robust content pipelines to fortify their independence at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 event later this month. Register here.
Executives from Tegna, Gray Television and E.W. Scripps will look at how to convert their surging pandemic audiences into longer-term viewers on their digital and broadcast platforms at TVNewsCheck’s TV2025: Monetizing the Future virtual event later this month. Register here.
The pandemic has accelerated the TV industry’s transition to IP and the cloud. A panel at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025: Monetizing the Future event in October will tackle how the new technologies can impact how broadcasters will generate revenue and cash flow in the coming years. Register here.
Technology executives from ABC News, NBCUniversal Owned Stations, ABC Owned Television Stations and Hearst Television will explore how pandemic-necessitated at-home production has overhauled the industry’s thinking at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 event in October. Register here.
Radha Subramanyam, CBS Corp.’s chief research and analytics officer, will frame out a vision for television’s landscape on the other side of the pandemic in the keynote interview at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025: Monetizing the Future event in October. Register here.
Executives from E.W. Scripps, Amplifi USA, MagnaGlobal and Empower MediaMarketing to explore new categories, targeting opportunities and the industry’s progress toward automated selling in a panel at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 conference in October. Register here.
Top executives behind the ATSC 3.0 rollout assess what they’re learning about the business potential of the standard and consumer reactions in its expanding markets at TVNewsCheck’s TV2025: Monetizing the Future virtual event Oct. 20-23. Register here.
Leaders from Sinclair, E.W. Scripps, Graham Media and Entertainment Studios will share their outlook on a momentous year and its implications for revenue prospects, M&A, NextGen TV and an evolving relationship with the networks at TVNewsCheck’s virtual conference TV2025: Monetizing the Future on Oct. 21. Register here.
TVNewsCheck’s annual TV2025: Monetizing the Future conference, to be presented virtually this year, will tackle opportunities for revenue growth in an industry buffeted by COVID-19, an economic downturn and accelerating consolidation in the media and entertainment sector. Register here.