Around 20 percent of Americans get news from social media platforms—the upshot of market data from Scarborough Research. This particular group of Americans comprises Millennials—people aged 18 to 29.
In light of Chairman Genachowski’s rumored possible exit, I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you that I, too, enjoy cupcakes.
Just how many broadcasters are part of a new spectrum sellers’ coalition is a known unknown.
I don’t see movies in theaters as often as I once did. I still love the art form. The delivery system, not so much.
Hearst Ventures, a unit of Hearst Corp., has made a minority investment in Science Inc., a technology operating company specializing in the creation and rapid scaling of digital businesses.
The broadcast lobby stuck to its guns on how station ownership should be reported to regulators in comments filed with the FCC.
The good people of Great Falls, Mont., are not about to fall for some malarkey about bodies rising from graves in February. Not unless great-granddad was buried with a set of chisels and a blowtorch.
Who cares where TV comes from besides TV people? Conceptually, it's like water from a faucet. It's just there.
Federal regulations require that retransmission consent negotiations be conducted in "good faith." Whatever that means.
Mobile DTV is sort of like a yeti that's coming to a forest clearing near you any minute. We've been hearing about it for five years now.