Cablevision and Tribune Broadcasting dug in their heels Friday amid a retrans wrangle that led to the blackout of WPIX-TV New York and other Tribune stations on Cablevision systems.
Just as one retrans battle came to a peaceful conclusion, another flared up as Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX-TV New York and several other stations went dark on Cablevision's lineup just after midnight…
Arsenio Hall's return to latenight TV is another sign of broadcast TV's shifting demographic target.
Tribune Co. is finally nearing the finish line of its bankruptcy proceedings, one of the longest and most contentious for a media company, and now industry players are wondering where that leaves its…
Tribune Broadcasting stations in 19 markets went dark on DirecTV early Sunday after the broadcaster and satcaster failed to reach a new carriage agreement following days of negotiations and heated…
After a quiet stretch for retrans battles in the nation's major TV markets, sparks are flying between Tribune Broadcasting and satcaster DirecTV.
Tribune Co. has consolidated the management of its broadcasting unit, naming Nils Larsen as CEO of Tribune Broadcasting.
A week after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tribune Co. has tapped its broadcasting president Ed Wilson to take on additional duties as the company's chief revenue officer.
Another Tribune vet is heading toward the door. John Vitanovec, who most recently served as interim VP-general manager at KTLA, will exit the conglom by the end of the week.
Tribune Broadcasting is exploring the possibility of launching a distribution company to handle shows from outside producers.
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