News of Note—Nielsen, TEGNA, Oath and the FCC

news of note

Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Nielsen added syndicated VOD Content Ratings from nine networks, including Turner and Discovery, as an enhancement to Nielsen Media Impact. Release

> TEGNA announced the host lineup and fall premiere date for “Daily Blast LIVE,” a new 30-minute daytime news and entertainment show and multi-platform brand. Release

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> Slipstream Sports has partnered with Oath, which will have its brand on team racing kits and vehicles as the Cannondale-Drapac team races. Release

> The FCC told the Treasury to begin paying broadcasters with winning bids in the incentive auctions. CommLawCenter article

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