“If there was ever a statement that solidified Nexstar Media Group’s commitment to covering Capitol Hill, this is it.” Click here to continue reading via RBR.com.
“Nexstar Media Group subsidiary Nexstar Media Inc. has acquired political news outlet The Hill in a $130 million deal, the company announced Friday.” Click here to continue reading via DallasNews.com.
“Nexstar Media Group, the local TV station giant, is buying the Washington D.C. news outlet The Hill for $130 million, the company said Friday.” Click here to continue reading via TheHollywoodReporter.com.
“Nexstar Media on Friday acquired The Hill for $130 million (plus working capital adjustments), in a transaction that Nexstar said ‘is expected to be immediately accretive to Nexstar’s operating results.’” Click here to continue reading via TVNewsCheck.
“Nexstar Media has acquired Washington-based media site The Hill for $130 million. As part of the sale, The Hill owner Jimmy Finkelstein is stepping down as company chairman.” Click here to continue reading via TheWrap.com.
“The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation is donating $20,000 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in Dayton, Ohio, on behalf of WDTN-TV and WBDT-TV, the Nexstar Media Inc. television stations serving Dayton and the surrounding area.” Click here to continue reading via WDTN.com.
“Dan Abrams, founder of Mediaite, chief legal analyst for ABC News and soon-to-be host of a prime time cable news show, is my guest on this week’s episode of The Interview podcast.” Click here to continue reading via Mediaite.
“Nexstar Media Group’s fledgling NewsNation cable network is shuffling its programming lineup to add a nightly live show hosted by Dan Abrams and a three-hour morning news block anchored by Adrienne Bankert.” Click here to continue reading via Variety.
“NewsNation has hired Mediaite founder and ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams to host a new prime time show as the network expands its programming.” Click here to continue reading via Mediaite.
“NewsNation, Nexstar Media wholly-owned cable network reaching 75 million U.S. television households, today announced a major expansion of its programming, adding 26 hours of news, analysis, and talk to the network’s weekly schedule.” Click here to continue reading via TVNewsCheck.