Local brands that improve communities and power their economies
Local Media is not just the anchor of our company but an anchor in the communities we serve from coast to coast.
Every day, Scripps engages large local audiences with the news and information they need to make decisions for their lives. What makes Scripps special is the context and depth of our storytelling.
Today, it is easier than ever to find us. Our local news programs are available on virtual home assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa, on set-top-box services such as Roku and on over-the-top video providers such as YouTubeTV. And of course, we broadcast our local news brands over-the-air and through cable and satellite.
It is our advertising solutions that power the local economy. We create ad campaigns to broaden businesses’ reach and build their customer bases. We provide advertising strategy for all the platforms on which consumers now get our news – from broadcast to digital to over-the-top. We are a marketplace, and we are a partner in local commerce.
In the decades since we received our first FCC license in 1947, our stations have earned many Murrows, duPonts, Peabodys, Scripps Howard Awards and other prestigious journalism industry awards. But what’s most important is that we have stayed focused on a higher purpose: to improve the circumstances of our communities and the lives of those who call them home.
Our local brands include 34 radio stations and 33 television stations (see below).
Properties by market
Today, Scripps owns 33 television stations in 24 markets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Lake Michigan to the Gulf of Mexico. Our market sizes range from DMA #11 Tampa to #192 Twin Falls, Idaho. We have 14 stations in top 40 markets. This geographic scope offers a wide range of careers at every level as well as significant opportunities for professional growth and development. We are affiliated with the big four national networks and several smaller networks. Our stations focus on empowering the people who live in our communities.
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Rather than continue down the same path of renting programming from syndicators, Scripps has returned to its roots of content creation. Its first effort, to replace Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy with original shows, raised some eyebrows. But a foundation as content creators coupled with a certain amount of risk tolerance positioned Scripps to enjoy the rewards of building shows that are growing in popularity on a local and national scale.
“Pickler & Ben” is daytime’s newest “go-to” destination for the best in lifestyle and entertainment television. Hosted by country music star Kellie Pickler and Emmy-winning television personality Ben Aaron, “P&B” tapes in Nashville, Tennessee, on an expansive, modern farmhouse-styled set and features today’s top celebrities and tastemakers on entertaining, cooking, decorating, gardening and beauty. “P&B” also shares the inspiring stories of everyday people doing the extraordinary.
The List is the Emmy Award-winning show featuring everything trending in social media in the form of a list. It is hosted by Kristina Guerrero, Donna Ruko and Jared Cotter. The List Weekend show includes host Teresa Strasser. There’s the news and then there’s The List. The List is in its fifth season and is available in 45 markets, eight in the Nielsen Top 20. The show is airing across the day on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX affiliates.
The List content is available on multiple platforms through its broadcast production; its digital channel on OWNZONES.com; on the video network Gas Station TV; its website; and its mobile app, available for free download for iOS and Android devices.
The Now is a fast-moving locally produced program that covers news trending on social media and invites the audience to join the conversation across traditional and digital media platforms. The hourlong program features a mix of local, national and international news as well as viral stories, videos, entertainment and lifestyle stories.
RightThisMinute is the viral videos show – now seen in more than 90 percent of the U.S. on America’s best TV stations. We have the stories behind these web videos with interviews and information you won’t find anywhere else. If it’s funny, outrageous, informative or entertaining, you’ll see it here first.