The Missouri State Conference of the NAACP has called on the FCC to approve the merger of Standard General and Tegna. The group’s president, Adolphus M. Pruitt II, told FCC chair Jessica Rosenworcel in a letter that Standard General has “a history of investing in and improving local newsrooms and broadcast stations.”
Internet advertisers and others have filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court in support of NetChoice and the Computer and Communications Industry Association, which are challenging a Texas social media law they say will irreparably damage online platforms as advertising vehicles.
The multiple-year pact includes scripted, unscripted and documentary programming for broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The NAACP wants a St. Louis-area TV station to fire a newscaster for what he called an unintentional racial slur while talking about Martin Luther King Jr. KTVI newscaster Kevin Steincross was discussing a tribute to the black civil rights leader on Jan. 17, when he referred to King as “Martin […]