Commissioner uses visit to Phoenix ATSC Model Market to defend recent actions
Standard Media is the big winner with nine stations in seven markets
Sinclair Broadcast Group and Imagine Communications will collaborate on a next-gen ad management software platform aimed at giving broadcasters the tools needed to take advantage of new money-making models made possible by the next-generation ATSC 3.0 television standard, the station group and company said today.
Sinclair Broadcast Group is striking while the iron is hot.
Second rounds of ATSC 3.0 single frequency network testing are ready to begin on both the East and West Coasts of the United States
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. announced the winners of its 2017 Broadcast Diversity Scholarship, which was established in 2016 to provide students from diverse backgrounds with the funds they needed to earn degrees in broadcast-related fields.
During Sinclair Broadcast Group’s Q2 2017 earning call, CEO Chris Ripley made the case that consolidating news operations in a market would lead to “significant savings.”
Sinclair Broadcast Group President and CEO Christopher Ripley doesn’t argue the fact that the broadcaster is one of the largest in the country, but what he does want people to know is that in this new ecosystem it is actually one of the smallest competitors.
CBS and Sinclair Broadcast Group have struck a deal that will renew station affiliation agreements for four stations.
Nextstar Media Group and Sinclair Broadcast Group are welcoming the newest member to their consortium that seeks to promote broadcast spectrum aggregation, innovation and monetization, Univision Local Media.
With nearly a hundred Sinclair Broadcast Group properties reportedly required to transition to new channel assignments because of the spectrum repack, Sinclair is taking measures to assist in the process with the acquisition of the THU9evo high-power UHF transmitter from Rohde & Schwarz.
The end of 2016 will also be the end of the relationship between Sinclair Broadcast Group stations in Seattle and Portland, Ore., and Frontier Cable.
There will be a new place to find digital-first content on your TV screen come early 2017, as Sinclair Broadcast Group has announced it will launch a new over-the-air TV network, “TBD.”
Sinclair Broadcast Group has agreed to pay $9.495 million to the Federal Communications Commission in a Consent Decree resolving a number of previously disclosed matters that have been pending at the agency, some for more than a decade, and several involving recently acquired stations, the broadcaster said today