TVN EXECUTIVE SESSION WITH ADAM SYMSON

TVN Executive Session | Scripps: Don’t Overconsolidate In One Business

Adam Symson, president and CEO of The E.W. Scripps Co., says leading the company isn’t a quarter-to-quarter proposition, but rather about taking a decades-long view. From that vantage, he sees a growing marketplace for podcasts and multicasting, along with a deepening the OTT sales business and ATSC 3.0’s longer-term potential as crucial fronts to buttress the company’s core broadcast business.

Kerry Oslund Joins Scripps As Strategy VP

The former VP of strategy and business development for Tribune Broadcasting will lead the company’s next-generation television efforts including its ATSC 3.0 strategy and will help identify, develop and evaluate investment and partnership opportunities.

TVN'S OTT NEWS SUMMIT

Attracting, Keeping OTT Viewers Still Daunting

Crafting the right strategy for each service is crucial, broadcast executives say at TVNewsCheck’s OTT News Summit.

TVN’S OTT NEWS SUMMIT

Station Groups, Nets Tackle OTT UX, Discovery

ABC News’ Kaizar Campwala, CBC’s Roma Kojima, Graham Media’s Jonathan Beard and Tribune Broadcasting’s Kerry Oslund will make up a panel examining some of streaming’s more vexing challenges at TVNewsCheck’s OTT News Summit on June 11. The Weather Channel’s Michael Senzon will moderate.

TVNEWSCHECK'S TV2020

Broadcasters Mull OTT Possibilities, Payouts

Unique content and targeted ads may yield future revenues, but stations are urged to not delay any longer.

Creating Local TV Strategies To Monetize OTT

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Two broadcasters, an ad rep firm CEO and a leading industry consultant will address how TV station groups can profit from licensing their content to skinny bundles and selling advertising over the top during a session to be presented at TVNewsCheck’s TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference.

 

Tribune Names Kerry Oslund Strategy VP

The TV news and digital veteran will oversee strategy, business development and operational execution for the station group.