News of Note—Gray Television, Tegna, Nielsen and AirTV

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Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Gray Television this morning reported fourth-quarter revenue of $234 million. Release

> NBC stations in Denver (KUSA) and Minneapolis (KARE) had the number one and two spots, respectively, in local primetime adults 25-54 ratings among all NBC affiliates during the PyeongChang Olympic Games. Release

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> Nielsen announced a data and technology agreement with IPG Mediabrands. Release

> AirTV began rolling out a free open beta test of its new "Local Channels DVR" for AirTV Player customers. Release

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