Tribune Broadcasting Enters comScore Top 50 Rankings – #34 of Top Mobile-Only Traffic and #45 of Top US Web Properties

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/ in Cleveland, WGHP/ in Greensboro, and KTVI/ in St. Louis continue to be dominant among peers in their respective markets while surged to a second place finish in the competitive Los Angeles broadcast market in overall multi-platform web traffic.

In Indianapolis, WXIN’s 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)
July 2015
Total U.S. – Home and Work Locations
Source: comScore Media Metrix Multi-Platform

Rank Property Unique Visitors/Viewers(000)   Rank Property Unique Visitors/Viewers(000)
Total Internet : Total Audience  256,974    
1 Google Sites 243,327 26* 78,576
2 Facebook 213,911 27 WebMD Health 77,834
3 Yahoo Sites 210,323 28 TripAdvisor Inc. 76,922
4 Amazon Sites 187,509 29 76,295
5 Microsoft Sites 178,126 30 About 73,165
6 AOL, Inc. 174,310 31 Zillow Group 73,020
7 Comcast NBCUniversal 141,707 32 ESPN 71,583
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
11 eBay 128,742 36 Meredith Digital 65,948
12 Twitter 118,911 37 61,954
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 Linkedin 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
19 Hearst Corporation 95,952 44 Vimeo 57,197
20 Yelp 92,213 45 Tribune Broadcasting 57,085
21 Wal-Mart 90,262 46 Gawker Media 54,639
22 Conde Nast Digital 87,286 47 Vox Media 54,443
23 85,549 48 WorldNow Sites 54,335
24 SheKnows Media 82,735 49 iHeartRadio Network 54,267
25 82,370 50 Everyday Health 54,007



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