Despite efforts in court to squelch the donation-based, IP-distributed "free" TV service, Locast has just entered its 35th market. It brings stations owned by Hearst Television, ViacomCBS, Cox Media Group, The E.W. Scripps Co., Sinclair Broadcast Group and public broadcasting giant WQED to those in Western Pennsylvania''s biggest market.
For three weeks, Suddenlink customers in the Greenville-New Bern, N.C., area have been unable to tune to the market''s ABC affiliate. The reason? A retransmission consent agreement expired June 30, and there''s no new deal in place. The station''s owner, Sinclair Broadcast Group, now says there likely won''t be one period.
Sinclair Broadcast Groups The National Desk Announces On-Air Talent for Evening Broadcast Launching September 2714 Jul, 14:00, Business Wire • Développer
The National Desk, Sinclair Broadcast Groups (Nasdaq: SBGI) national news program, today announced award-winning journalists, Meagan OHalloran and E
BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sinclair Broadcast Group (NASDAQ: SBGI) (Sinclair) today announced that John McClure has been named Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer. In this newly created role, Mr. McClure will lead the company''s information security program across all business functions. Additionally, Mr. McClure will define and be responsible for creating and executing Sinclairs security vision, strategy, and operating model across its entire portfolio. Mr. McClure will wo
Network president Jimmy Pitaros tenure largely has been a success from a business standpoint. But behind it is an environment thats failing its employees. ESPN president Jimmy Pitaro was on a roll. He repaired a fractured relationship with the NFL, securing a deal that will bring two Super Bowls to ABC. He brought the NHL back to ESPN and nabbed the rights to the SEC game of the week from CBS. From a business standpoint, his tenure largely has been a success. But behind it all, according to reports, is a workplace environment thats failing its employees. This week, the New York Times revealed comments made last year by Rachel Nichols, who is white, when she learned that Maria Taylor, who is Black, would host ESPNs studio show for the 2020 NBA Finals at Walt Disney World. Video of Nichols conversation, held in her hotel room, was recorded accidentally. It became available to employees through an ESPN sever and was obtained by the Times. Said Nichols: I wish Maria Taylor all the success in the world she covers football, she covers basketball.
Sinclair Broadcast CEO expects rapid expansion of new, mobile-friendly broadcasting standard Baltimore Sun
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Sinclair Broadcasting Group, already the nations dominant owner of regional sports networks, has made an offer to acquire NBCUniversals seven regional sports networks, The Post has learned. If Sinclair succeeds in buying the RSNs, it would add dozens of popular National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball teams to its already vast collection of sports
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--STIRR, a free, ad-supported OTT streaming service owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group (Nasdaq: SBGI), has expanded the content offerings on its STIRR City channels to include locally-produced news specials, beginning with Baltimore is Dying, a regional documentary, and Your Voice, Your Future Town Hall: City in Crisis, both produced by Sinclair Broadcast Groups FOX45 in Baltimore, to stream on STIRR City Baltimore on July 1 and 8. With more than 7 million app downlo
Starting tonight (7/1) at 10pm, a new entrant in the local news war that has been fiercely waging across Western New York for years will arrive. It comes courtesy of Sinclair Broadcast Group, which is launching local news operations at its owned-and-operated FOX affiliate serving Buffalo, Niagara Falls and the Canadian province of Ontario''s most populous areas.
Sinclair''s WUTV/FOX 29 Launches Local News Operations, Providing Buffalo, NY Communities with the Latest In-Depth Local Coverage↳ 16:01, Benzinga • Développer
Sinclair Broadcast Group (NASDAQ: SBGI ) today announced that the company''s FOX 29 WUTV Buffalo, NY station will launch local news operations beginning July 1, 2021. WUTV''s newscasts will feature in-depth, hard hitting local news coverage nightly at 10 p.m. FOX 29 news will provide reporting from across New York with content from a statewide network of sister stations. Buffalo news viewers will also see in-depth reporting from Sinclair''s award winning team of journalists in Washington DC. FOX 29 will also unveil " Buffalo Plus ," a digital news site for Buffalo Bills and Sabres fans. " Buffalo Plus " will take audiences beyond headlines with immersive photo galleries, commentary, team news, exclusive programming, podcasts and information about the Buffalo Bills and Sabres. The FOX 29 on-air team will be led by veteran Full story available on Benzinga.com
Sinclairs WUTV/FOX 29 Launches Local News Operations, Providing Buffalo, NY Communities with the Latest In-Depth Local Coverage↳ 16:01, Business Wire • Développer
BUFFALO, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sinclair Broadcast Group (Nasdaq: SBGI) today announced that the companys FOX 29 WUTV Buffalo, NY station will launch local news operations beginning July 1, 2021. WUTVs newscasts will feature in-depth, hard hitting local news coverage nightly at 10 p.m. FOX 29 news will provide reporting from across New York with content from a statewide network of sister stations. Buffalo news viewers will also see in-depth reporting from Sinclairs award winning team of jour
he latest advance in television broadcasting, with features such as mobile reception, ultra high definition video and movie-theater quality sound, should reach markets covering about half of U.S. households by the end of the year, the CEO of Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast Group told shareholders.
High dynamic range technology provider Advanced HDR by Technicolor is to continue to provide its HDR technology to Sinclair Broadcast Group operated stations, with WNUV the CW Baltimore the latest station to incorporate ATSC 3.0-powered NEXTGEN TV capabilities featuring Advanced . Source: Technicolor boosts Baltimore NEXTGEN TV
With a mere 99 watts from a broadcast tower used by Sinclair Broadcast Group for its ABC television affiliate, an FM translator reaches most of metropolitan St. Louis at 106.9 MHz. Until now, this mini-FM facility has simulcast a religious AM. That will soon change, as the FM translator has just been sold.
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