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As tourism industry pushes for more funding, some advocates say it's time to rebrand state, again

Joe Cooper |

While tourism advocates agree the industry needs additional funding, some say it's time to rebrand Connecticut.

Tony Cashman | President & CEO, CashmanKatz

Sean Teehan |

When a company decides to rebrand, they often seek out an advertising firm to figure out the most commercially viable fit. But what about when an advertising firm wants to rebrand itself?

Nexstar to divest Hartford’s Fox 61

Joe Cooper |

Nexstar Media Group Inc. has agreed to sell 11 of its local television stations, including Hartford-based WTIC-TV (Fox 61), to Virginia broadcaster TEGNA Inc. for $740 million.

Disney says its Fox takeover will take effect on March 20


Disney's $71 billion deal to buy most of 21st Century Fox will take effect on Wednesday, March 20, the companies said Tuesday morning.

WarnerMedia announces restructuring in wake of AT&T takeover


Former NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt is joining WarnerMedia as the chairman of entertainment and direct-to-consumer, a new role that comes amid a broader restructuring of the AT&T-owned...

Tribune recognizes Hartford Courant's union bid, negotiations to begin

Joe Cooper |

Journalists at the Hartford Courant on Friday won the right to organize a union after its parent company, Tribune Publishing, said it would voluntarily recognize the Hartford Courant Guild.

Reports: Apple seeks 50% of revenue in deal with news publishers


Apple's forthcoming subscription news service may not be a cash cow for participating media organizations.

Hartford Courant journalists are attempting to unionize

Joe Cooper |

Suffering from a declining workforce in recent years, Hartford Courant employees say they took steps on Monday to form a union.

Super Bowl ratings still super, but drop for Rams-Patriots snoozer


Preliminary ratings for Sunday night's Super Bowl 53 show a 5% decline from last year's game.

Gannett rejects takeover bid by hedge fund-owned Digital First Media


Gannett, the nation's largest newspaper chain and the publisher of USA Today, rejected a takeover bid by MNG Enterprises, the hedge fund-owned company also known as Digital First Media, on Monday.

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