21 Aug Tribune Broadcasting Enters comScore Top 50 Rankings – #34 of Top Mobile-Only Traffic and #45 of Top US Web Properties
Tribune Broadcasting, a division of Tribune Media (NYSE: TRCO), today reported it has entered into the comScore Top 50 ranking of all US online activity for the month of July. comScore, a global leader in digital measurement and analytics, has ranked Tribune Broadcasting #45 of Top US Web Properties and #34 for Mobile-Only Traffic. This marks the first time Tribune Broadcasting has surged in comScore’s rankings to break the Top 50, with more than 57 million unique, unduplicated visitors across desktop and mobile, reaching over 22% of the total digital population in the US, as measured by comScore.
“Audiences are increasingly drawn to our sites and apps for one key reason: we have the best content teams in the business leveraging some incredible in-house technology that drives discovery,” said Josh Cogswell, Chief Product Officer, Tribune Media. “Our leap into the comScore Top 50 is a testament to the tireless work our storytellers and technologists put in around truly understanding our hyper-connected fans and producing stories that are relevant, timely and authentic.”
Tribune Broadcasting’s digital presence is comprised of 42 owned or operated local television stations across the US, and Zap2It, a destination for fans to engage in all things television including rich industry insights and listings information.
Our local television station websites are ranked #1 or #2 in 21 of 27 local markets tracked by comScore relative to their broadcast competitors’ websites.
WJW/Fox8.com in Cleveland, WGHP/myFox8.com in Greensboro, and KTVI/Fox2Now.com in St. Louis continue to be dominant among peers in their respective markets while KTLA.com surged to a second place finish in the competitive Los Angeles broadcast market in overall multi-platform web traffic.
In Indianapolis, WXIN’s Fox59.com was the #1 local media site overall for both multi-platform and mobile-only users in the month of July, outpacing all print and broadcast competitors in the market.
comScore Top 50 Multi-Platform Properties (Desktop and Mobile)
|Rank||Property||Unique Visitors/Viewers(000)||Rank||Property||Unique Visitors/Viewers(000)|
|Total Internet : Total Audience||256,974|
|3||Yahoo Sites||210,323||28||TripAdvisor Inc.||76,922|
|6||AOL, Inc.||174,310||31||Zillow Group||73,020|
|8||Mode Media||141,619||33||Mail Online / Daily Mail||69,686|
|9||Apple Inc.||141,261||34||Adobe Sites||67,975|
|10||CBS Interactive||133,417||35||craigslist, inc.||67,106|
|13||Turner Digital||117,640||38||Cox Enterprises Inc.||61,336|
|14||Wikimedia Foundation Sites||117,485||39||New York Times Digital||60,683|
|15||112,797||40||Scripps Networks Interactive Inc.||59,614|
|16||Time Inc. Network (U.S)||107,331||41||Viacom Digital||59,567|
|17||Weather Company, The||101,412||42||Fox News Digital Network||58,461|
|18||Gannett Sites||99,428||43||Target Corporation||57,244|
|22||Conde Nast Digital||87,286||47||Vox Media||54,443|
|24||SheKnows Media||82,735||49||iHeartRadio Network||54,267|
ABOUT TRIBUNE MEDIA:
Tribune Media Company (NYSE: TRCO) is home to a diverse portfolio of television and digital properties driven by quality news, entertainment and sports programming. Tribune Media is comprised of Tribune Broadcasting’s 42 owned or operated local television stations reaching more than 50 million households, national entertainment network WGN America, available in approximately 73 million households, Tribune Studios, and Gracenote, one of the world’s leading sources of TV, music and sports metadata, powering electronic program guides in televisions, automobiles and mobile devices. Tribune Media also includes Chicago’s WGN-AM and the national multicast networks Antenna TV and THIS TV. Additionally, the Company owns and manages a significant number of real estate properties across the U.S. and holds other strategic investments in media. For more information please visit www.tribunemedia.com.