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CBS, Comcast, Fox, Sinclair, Nexstar and others could collet a pay out from the first-ever auction of TV broadcast licenses to mobile carriers.
Investors in Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. saw new options begin trading this week, for the September 15th expiration.
Circa Campus will empower students to cover news missed by major media
AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, T-Mobile and Comcast are among the potential pool of qualified buyers that collectively satisfied the FCC's rules for the auction to be completed.
These companies show signs of a change of direction.
Viewership jumps by 116% for the key 25-54 demographic, demonstrating demand for fearless investigative reporting
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Encourages Frontier Subscribers to switch to other video providers like Comcast, Dish Network and DirecTV
Shares of the network owner have continued to rise, propelled by rising acceptance by management that a merger with its former parent is inevitable and can work.
Donald Trump continues to berate 'the media,' further fueling a rebound in newspaper stocks.
The New York Times and Donald Trump traded barbs recently amid debate over campaign coverage while shares of the publisher continue to enjoy a post-election bounce.
As presidential ad campaign spending drops for many stations, tight down-ticket races are broadcasters' best hope.
Low-budget Donald Trump no longer. Both the Republican presidential nominee and his rival, Hillary Clinton, are planning to run ads during the final game of the World Series.
The second stage of an FCC auction ended quickly, as telecoms, communications companies and investors bid less than expected.