Complete Television, Radio and Cable Industry Directory
|38,342||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$150.00/M|
The Complete Television, Radio and Cable Industry Directory is published in three sections:
1) The U.S. Television section starts with statistical rankings of television markets, top programs, growth and transactions of television stations and sales. Following these statistics are detailed listings of national and regional networks, as well as group owners. TV stations are arranged by DMA (Designated Market Area). These station listings include dozens of technical details direct from the FCC, such as digital and virtual channel numbers, hours of operation, frequency, and antenna height. Corporate information follows, including licensee, owner and network, plus names of important decision-makers, such as President, Station Manager, Program Director and more. Users will find thousands more names than in the previous edition. Following the U.S. stations are informative lists: TV stations by call letters, by digital and virtual channels, and a list of U.S. stations that broadcast in Spanish.
Comprehensive Canadian TV information follows the U.S. sections, including networks, group owners, detailed station listings, and lists by call letters and channels.
2) The U.S. Radio section starts with Nielson Radio Market Rankings, which ranks each of the 300 U.S. radio markets by its population. Following radio market information are detailed listings of national and regional radio networks, and group owners, all with current key contact names. Listings are arranged by state of license, then by city within the state. Like the television stations, these listings include dozens of technical details direct from the FCC, such as power, frequency and hours of operation, plus the station’s market area. Users will find type of programming and special programming details, including hours of news programming and target audience. Long lists of key contacts follow, assuring users will always be able to reach the right person. Following the detailed station listings is information on international radio, satellite radio, and call letters listed by AM/FM and frequency. The U.S. radio section ends with detailed programming information, putting each radio station into one or more listing designations, from Adult Contemporary to Vietnamese. This programming index is followed by special programming information, where users will find specifics, such as which stations in Portland, Oregon offer jazz on Sunday afternoon. Comprehensive Canadian radio information follows the U.S. sections, including networks, group owners, detailed station listings, lists by call letters and frequency, and programming.
3) The Cable section starts with a variety of updated statistics on U.S. cable programming, followed by detailed listings of national and regional cable networks, with a separate section on regional cable sports networks. Cable data for Canada follows, with detailed listings of Canadian cable networks. This section also includes industry statistics.
Broadcast Services Associations, Events, Education and Awards 1,927 Equipment Manufacturers 3,050 Professional Services 1,785 Programming and Production Services 2,279 Cable and Television Networks (20.00/M) Canadian Cable Networks 159 Canadian Major Broadcast Networks 184 Group Ownership 353 National Cable Networks 577 Regional Cable Sports and News Networks 283 Television Stations (Canada) 338 Television Stations (US) 7,373 Radio Networks (20.00/M) Group Ownership 1,337 National and Regional Radio Networks 324 Radio Stations (Canada) 2,268 Radio Stations (US) 29,150 Modulation (Radio) (20.00/M) AM Radio 9,896 FM Radio 21,490 Population Served (20.00/M) Under 50,000 1,175 50,000 - 100,000 706 100,001 - 250,000 1,117 250,000+ 2,508
|Cable and Television Networks||$20.00/M|
|Job Title / Job Function||$10.00/M|