“Nexstar, Scripps and Sinclair, which have extensive reach across the U.S., are readying efforts to peel off enough viewers to become viable alternatives to national sources. ” Click here to continue reading via The Hollywood Reporter.
“TVNewsCheck’s Michael Depp talks with Dan Abrams, host of an eponymous new live show on Nexstar’s NewsNation, about drawing lines between his brand of bias and primetime cable’s penchant for left/right absolutism.” Click here to view video on TVNewsCheck.com.
“The era of the multicast network is far from over. Nexstar unveiled the two latest additions to its collection of digital subchannels Wednesday: the nostalgia-laden Rewind TV and wagering-centric SportsGrid Network.” Click here to continue reading via Cablefax.
“Nexstar Media said it launched Rewind TV, a digital broadcast network that will feature classic sitcoms from the 1980s and 1990s.” Click here to continue reading via Broadcasting & Cable.
“The growing broadcast group’s leader, Perry Sook, is spending $130 million on D.C.-based political news operation The Hill in his latest bid to expand into national news. I’m guessing that Sook is not done with his news-empire building. And what he needs (other than a dual revenue stream for The Hill) is a business site.” […]
“The local television behemoth Nexstar Media Group announced Friday that it had acquired The Hill, a Beltway political news website, for $130 million.” Click here to continue reading via NYTimes.com.
“Nexstar Media Group, NXST 1.67% Inc. on Friday said it acquired political-news organization The Hill for $130 million.” Click here to continue reading via WSJ.com.
“Nexstar Media said it acquired the political media publication The Hill for about $130 million.” Click here to continue reading via NextTV.com.
“Political digital media company The Hill has been acquired by Nexstar Media, a broadcast TV and internet media company, for $130 million.” Click here to continue reading via Variety.com.
“Broadcaster Nexstar Media said Friday it’s buying The Hill, a leading purveyor of Beltway news, for $130 million as it expands in digital content.” Click here to continue reading via Deadline.com.