Before streaming grew into a giant, broadcasters didn’t have to think about a one-on-one relationship with viewers, but streaming, ATSC 3.0 and subscription strategies for streaming and mobile force TV networks and stations to monitor and develop relationships like never before. How are they pursuing this challenge and how is technology – and marketing – […]
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To aid your media battle plan, here’s a selection of new shows coming your way, along with notable series returns. The services range from free over-the-air commercial and public TV networks (after $25 or so for a basic digital antenna) to the more-indulgent cable and streaming choices.
Broadcast ratings erosion continues to tug at the big networks — down double-digit percentages, while cable networks are up slightly — through roughly three-quarters of the 2010-2011 TV season.