All Entries in September, 2014

Broadcasters sink in an allegedly flat market

There was one bright spot on the RBR-TVBR stock indexes amidst a sea of red ink. Radio One, almost alone among public broadcast companies,...

First of the Season: September Nielsen Audio Ratings

Welcome to the new season and the race is on! ...

Clark-Smidt

FCC to begin financial outreach to TV

The FCC will try to bolster the number of participants ...

Money Tree

Grooveshark joins Sirius on wrong side of copyright suit

A second digital music service has been hit for copyright infringement, in a second state...

Gavel

8 Surprising Medical Facts About ‘Healthy’ Eating On-The-Go

It can be a challenge for health conscious broadcasters to eat right...

Mike Fenster

Gray, LIN look ahead

Business is picking up and prospects for growth look good over the next two years...

Chart

Uttering Redskins on air on review at the FCC

The FCC is weighing a license renewal challenged by lawyer and activist John F. Banzhaf III ...

Washington Redskins

NBC takes Monday with The Voice

The Big Bang Theory staked CBS to an early ratings lead, but NBC overcame it in the ratings, relegating CBS to a strong 2nd-place...

Second OK City TV for Griffin

Afterits deal to acquire MNT KSBI-TV closes, it will also have a pair in Oklahoma City....

Sold

Deceptive ads: FTC tells L’Oreal to get real

The cosmetics company made claims that the anti-aging qualities of some of its products were “clinically proven” ...

FTC / Federal Trade Commission

FCC erases sports blackout rule

The NFL will still have the ability to black out television carriage of its games when it sees fit...

NFL / National Football League

FCC tries to ‘splain TV repacking approach

One commissioner questioned the ability to keep the auction on schedule. ...

FCC

Tacher inks deal with Alaska group

KSRM Radio Group operates on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage ...

The Tacher Company

Brain study says putting ads on radio is a no-brainer

A study shows that in the minds of study participants, radio ads consistently outperform television ads ...

iHeartMedia

Broadcasters avoid Hong Kong woes

Analysts said activity in Hong Kong and China had investors “spooked,” and although they eventually rallied it was still a down day. But not...