“The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation’s mission is to contribute to and work with public charities and nonprofit organizations to improve the communities in which Nexstar Media and its subsidiaries do business. The foundation was originally established in 1958 and it makes donations of approximately $350,000 annually.” Click here to continue via TVNewsCheck.
“The CW that audiences see when they tune in this fall won’t look like the CW of years past – but it also won’t look like the CW that new owner Nexstar actually intends to offer consumers moving forward.” Click here to continue reading via Variety.com.
“The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation along with WLNS-TV announced Wednesday that $5,000 is going toward the Spartan Strong Fund.” Click here to continue reading.
“Despite an impasse between Paramount Global and FuboTV, which has kept Nexstar stations off the air for weeks, Nexstar President and COO Tom Carter has a relatively upbeat outlook on pay-TV’s future.” Click here to continue reading Deadline.com.
“Tom Carter, president and COO of The CW parent Nexstar Media Group, said the debut of Saudi-backed LIV Golf in late-February was a hit and could help pave the way for more sports coming to the network.” Click here to continue reading Deadline.com.
“Nexstar is still dark on internet streamer FuboTV; on Tuesday, the TV station group giant’s president and chief operating officer explained why.” Click here to continue reading Variety.com.
“Nexstar Media Group reported record fourth quarter revenue, but net income fell, including a a loss recorded by the recently acquired The CW Network.” Click here to continue reading via Broadcasting & Cable.
“Giant broadcaster Nexstar Media Group weighed in on the fight CBS affiliates are having with FuboTV, saying it won’t accept below market rates from the streaming distributor.” Click here to continue reading via Broadcasting & Cable.
“Nexstar reported its fourth-quarter 2022 earnings Tuesday, revealing its core ad sales fell 3.3% from Oct. 1-Dec. 31, the quarter following the finalization of its purchase of 75% of the CW Network, but political ad revenue was up 1,306.9% due to the 2022 midterm elections.” Click here to continue reading via Variety.
“Nexstar CEO Perry Sook said the company’s acquisition of the CW has already paid for itself in terms of adding muscle to the company’s distribution negotiations.” Click here to continue reading via Deadline.