“In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, FOX40, along with our parent company Nexstar Media Group Inc. and its Charitable Foundation, was able to give a donation to the Sacramento chapter of the Salvation Army.” Click here and here to watch via Fox40.
“The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation is contributing and working with public charities and nonprofit organizations to improve the communities in which Nexstar Media and its subsidiaries do business. Its goal is to make donations of approximately of $350,000 annually.” Click here to continue reading via TVNewsCheck.
“Bill Anderson Vice President and General Manager of KRQE presented a donation to the National Hispanic Cultural Center, providing the center with $10,000 from the Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation.” Click here to watch video via NMLiving.com.
“Nexstar Media Group will move to impressions-based advertising measurement as of Jan. 1, 2022, says Andrew Alford, Nexstar’s president of broadcasting. The change comes as Nielsen Media Research readies the incorporation of broadband-only (BBO) homes into local measurement and its own migration to impressions-based buying and selling.” Click here to continue reading via TVNewsCheck.com.
“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.