Sinclair is staying busy at CES drumming up excitement around the ATSC 3.0 next-generation TV standards. The company’s latest move looks to capitalize on the…
AT&T’s ad business Xandr and Turner (part of AT&T’s WarnerMedia division) today are revealing some details on the types of advanced ad products they’ll…
Sinclair subsidiary ONE Media, through its work with Saankhya Labs, is launching some new chipsets that support the ATSC 3.0 next-generation TV standard.
Nielsen is enhancing its cross-platform campaign measurement of advertising inventory through the inclusion of mobile and over-the-top audiences.
That total was driven up by significant activity during the fourth quarter totaling $4.31 billion.
CBS and Nielsen have not reached an agreement for TV audience measurement in 2019, and now CBS is going public with criticism of the ratings company.
As video traffic continues to grow in 2019 and cloud gaming takes off, edge computing will become more important than ever.
Limelight last week lowered its guidance for fiscal 2018, but analysts at Cowen Equity Research see reasons to be optimistic about 2019.
The DOJ said it will back off its challenge to the Gray-Raycom merger if the companies agree to sell off television stations in nine U.S. markets.
All of the votes are in for FierceVideo’s 2018 most powerful person in video readers’ poll, and we now have a winner: Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.