Around the Net In Media Issues for March 2004
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Planned Nielsen Changes Criticized (New York Times)
Ad Council, Nets Team Up on V-Chip PSAs (AdWeek)
Without Friends, Is the Peacock a Turkey? (BusinessWeek)
Sen McCain Seeks to Resolve Indecency Bill Problem (Reuters)
Magazine Says Recipe May Be Dangerous (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Changing the Channel on Cable (Motley Fool)
NBC Asks Leno to Work Late Through End of the Decade (New York Times)
Q&A: Ken Auletta (Forbes)
Reality TV Vet Makes Kidnap Rescue Show for CBS (Reuters)
Integrated Deals Work for Discovery (Television Week)
YM Chops Rate Base By 25% (New York Post)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 29, 2004
Color TV Celebrates 50th, But Viewers Didn't Tune in All at Once (USA Today)
Viacom Plans to Start Gay TV Channel (Dow Jones)
Decaux to Bid for NYC Outdoor Ad Deal, Shares Rise (Reuters)
Leisure Pursuits of Today's Young Man (New York Times)
Talkin' The Talk (New York Post)
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 26, 2004
Do-Not-Call List Starting to Take Toll on Telemarketers (Seattle PI)
A New Marketing Method for Siemens (New York Times)
Bonnie Fuller: 'It's All About Knowing the Reader' (IWantMedia)
Consumers Union Pleas For 'a la carte' (CBS MarketWatch)
Banfield Gets NBC's Bad News (New York Daily News)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 25, 2004
Nickelodeon Squeezes 2 Ratings Out of 1 Very Diverse Network (Los Angeles Times)
Comcast CEO Discusses Disney Bid (AP)
'Idol' Judge Simon Cowell Denies Obscene Gesture (Reuters)
Comcast to Buy TechTV, Merge it With Game Channel (Reuters)
Spanish-Language Newspapers Expand as Competition Increases (AP)
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 24, 2004
U.S. Cable Industry to Offer Free Channel Blocking (Reuters)
Running Disney's Word Machine (Los Angeles Times)
Starcom MediaVest Group Looks To The Future (Chicago Tribune)
TiVo Looks to Tune in to Advertisers (CNET)
Satellite Radio Provides Home For Howard Stern? (Los Angeles Times)
ABC News Inks Video-On-Demand Deal With Insight (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 23, 2004
Stage is Set for Another Format Fight (Boston Globe)
Satellite Struggles to Find Niche (Wired)
Marketers To Join Judging At Cannes Ad Festival (AdAge)
What Plug-and-Play Means for TV (BusinessWeek)
Viacom to Set Up First China TV Show Venture (Reuters)
Comcast Awaits Disney Action (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 22, 2004
New York Times CEO Can't Wait For Media Ownership Rules To Change (Editor and Publisher)
FCC Puts the Media on Notice (CBS MarketWatch)
'American Idol' Scam Charges Settled (DMNews)
USA Today Weighs Role in Scandal (WSJ)
Want a Corner Office? First Check the Chi (Los Angeles Times)
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 19, 2004
FCC Rules Bono Remark Is Indecent (Los Angeles Times)
USA Today Finds 'Strong Evidence' That Ex-Reporter Faked Stories (USA TODAY)
Original MTV Vee-Jay J.J. Jackson Dies (Associated Press)
Leading Hollywood Talent and Marketing Companies Merge (New York Times)
Trump Attempts To Trademark Well-Known Phrase (Los Angeles Times)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 18, 2004
Ad Groups Oppose Anti-Violence Measures (Adweek)
Fox Fires 2 After Finding Film Downloads on Server (Los Angeles Times)
Publicis and WPP Discuss ZenithOptimedia's Franchises (Brand Republic)
Vivendi Universal Says Barry Diller's Trying To Derail NBC Merger (Los Angeles Times)
An Open Letter from Ms. in Support of Martha Stewart (Ms. Magazine)
Could Stern's Anti-Bush Rants Shock the Vote? (Boston Globe)
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