'USA Today' May Scrap Daily Print Edition

'USA Today' may cease publishing a daily print edition within the next five or six years, according to Editor in Chief David Callaway, who made the remarks Wednesday during a panel discussion about the "Future of Media," part of the Internet Week conference. However, he added that the newspaper will continue publishing some sort of print product for years to come. ...


Online Spin
Ad Injection Could Be The New Ad Fraud

Mobile operators' threat to block online ads in Europe, reported last week, was startling. The assumption was that, jealous of the pie they'd been missing, operators would hold Google up for ransom. This could be the ...

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Each year, all year, MediaPost hosts more than 30 events across a range of marketing disciplines ... including our OMMA events, Insider Summits and Creative Media, OMMA and Appy Awards. Chances are some are just right for you.

Letterman's Long Good-bye: In Final Show, Dave Did It His Way

David Letterman's final "Late Show" was self-indulgent and over-long, but you might also say he earned the right to take as much time as he needed to say his good-byes. And if the final show, seen ...

Barbara Lippert: Madblog
Episode 714: East Of Esalen: From Ka-Ching To The I-Ching, And Back

Just when you thought the show was not about advertising, they drag you back in. Well, at least Don didn't wake up with Bob Newhart. Or sleep with da fishes. ...

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