If you or your business directly purchased television advertising in the United States, an antitrust class action lawsuit alleging price fixing may affect you.

Pruchase dates: On or after Juanuary 1, 2014

Eligible Class Members

If certified, eligible Class Member are all persons and entities in the United States who or which, from January 1, 2014 to the present, purchased broadcast television spot advertising (i.e., television advertisements purchased directly from broadcast television stations, as opposed to cable operators) from one or more “Defendants” (listed below) in a designated market area within which two or more of the Defendants sold broadcast
television spot advertisements on broadcast television stations and who paid one or more Defendants directly for all or a portion of the cost of such broadcast television spot advertisements, or any current or former subsidiary or affiliate of a Defendant.

Filing Deadline October 26, 2023

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The Defendants include:

CBS Corporation, Cox Media Group, LLC, Dreamcatcher Broadcasting, LLC, The E.W. Scripps Company, Griffin Communications, LLC, Fox Corporation, Katz Media Group, Inc., Meredith Corporation, Nexstar Media Group, Inc., Gray Television, Inc. (through its acquisition of Raycom Media, Inc.), Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., TEGNA, Inc., Tribune Broadcasting Company, LLC, and Tribune Media Company.

Case History

In 2018, several class action lawsuits were filed alleging the Defendants shared competitively sensitive sales data, which they used to fix, raise, stabilize or maintain television advertising prices in the United States in violation of federal antitrust laws. It is impossible to predict the outcome, but money may become available to eligible
class members if the class is certified and a settlement is reached with one or more of the Defendants in the future.

This is not an official Court Notice. Information contained in this Summary is subject to change.  Class Counsel or the Settlement Administrator may be contacted for additional settlement information. You also may visit the Court-approved website, once it is available. Please understand that you have the right to file on your own. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.