Broadband, Broadcast & Cable
Marketing news for the cable industry
Published in partnership with: Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing
Discovery Channel finished No. 1 among cable networks in the 25-to-54 demographic for the second full week in April based on Live+3 ratings. Discovery's "Deadliest Catch" was the top unscripted cable Read More
Broadcast TV and radio industry news
Published in partnership with: National Association of Broadcasters
- TVNewsCheck (free registration)
Diane Sawyer's Friday night interview with former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner on ABC's "20/20," in which Jenner revealed that he identifies as a woman, drew 16.9 million viewers, Nielsen said. That r Read More
Satellite broadcasting industry news
Published in partnership with: Satellite Broadcasting & Communications Association
- Rapid TV News (U.K.)
Revenue from over-the-top subscriptions is expected to hit $31.6 billion by 2019, up from about $8 billion last year, according to Juniper Research. Consumers are rapidly shifting from pay-TV subscrip Read More
Published in partnership with: United States Telecom Association
- Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The
AT&T's proposed $49 billion purchase of DIRECTV appears to be meeting favor with the same federal regulators who were prepared to scuttle the now-abandoned Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal. Federal Comm Read More
Cable industry advertising news
NCC Media SmartBrief
Published in partnership with: NCC Media
Spike TV's new series "Lip Sync Battle" is a breakout success, garnering the network's biggest audience for a series launch and leading to almost 100 million online views. The show's popularity reflec Read More
Cable telecommunication news.
Published in partnership with: The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers
Consumers in the U.S. prefer to stream movies and television shows rather than watch live TV, a Deloitte survey found. More than half of consumers surveyed said they stream TV shows and movies each mo Read More
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