Around the Net In Media Issues for April 2004
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 30, 2004
WPP Q1 Revenues Rise in Ad Spending Upturn (Reuters)
Ex-Editor at Gannett Chain Is to Lead USA Today (New York Times)
UK's Pearson Bullish as FT Ads Rebound (Reuters)
Smaller Media Deals Likely (Los Angeles Times)
Cablevision Systems Unveils New Structure for Spin-Off (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 29, 2004
U.S. Protests Broadcasts by Arab Channels (New York Times)
L.A. Times Taps Michael Kinsley as Editorial Editor (Reuters)
NFL Names Former GM Exec To Lead Marketing Efforts (AdAge)
TV Says Technology Won't Hurt Networks (AP)
Bigger Drives for TV Recorders (CNET)
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 28, 2004
***Breaking News*** Comcast Bids Magic Kingdom Bid Farewell (MediaPost)
Mel Karmazin Defends 'Anal Sex' Radio Broadcasts (AdAge)
'Friends' Finale Ads Fetch Record $2 Million Each (Reuters)
Two Senior Executives Leave Air America Radio (New York Times)
'Nightline' Devotes Show to Reading War Dead Names (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
A Bush Commercial Takes Aim at Kerry's Defense Credentials (New York Times)
Murdoch Sees TV Ad Rate Rise Smaller Than Year Ago (Reuters)
Ad Walk of Fame Unveils Finalists (Adweek)
Howard Stern's Radio Ratings Up Amid FCC Flap (Reuters)
Low-Watt Radio Wields Its Power (Wired)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 26, 2004
Comcast Retreat (New York Post)
Ad Agency Markets Own Software (Miami Herald)
Kmart Drops Suit Against Martha Stewart (Washington Post)
Movie Billboard Opens, Closes on Same Day After Bad Review (Los Angeles Times)
Agency Paid More Than $41 Million in Bonuses (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 23, 2004
ABC's New Programmer Goes From Supplying To Buying (Reuters)
Broadcast Networks Join to Battle Cable (New York Times)
NBC Syndication Chief Resigns (CBS MarketWatch)
Mitsubishi Shifts Media Buying To PHD (AdAge)
Adweek to Launch Hispanic Marketing Magazine (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 22, 2004
Readership Study: 'Your Paper Is In Peril' (Editor and Publisher)
TBS as a Place for Laughs (New York Times)
Wientzen: 2004 Will Be Political Battlefield for DMers (DMNews)
Ad Revenue for TV Boosts Viacom's Profit (AP)
Newspaper Association Eyes New Technology (AP)
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 21, 2004
FTC Clears NBC-Vivendi (TheDeal.com)
DirecTV to Invest in Local Channels, Bandwidth (Reuters)
Powell to Broadcasters: 'Evolve or Die' (CNET)
USA Today Editor Retires Amid Scandal (AP)
'Roots' Could Be too Racy for Today's Prime Time (TVWeek)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Media Firms, Artists Back Bono Over FCC (AP)
USPS Plan Would Clarify Standard Mail Guidelines (DM News)
New I.P.O From Saatchi Brothers (New York Times)
Broadcasters say FCC's Digital TV Plan is Flawed (Reuters)
NBC's Tom Brokaw to sign off on Dec. 1 (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 19, 2004
Reality Intrudes on a Spring Rite of Network TV (New York Times)
2004 Advertising Age Agency Income Report (AdAge)
Viacom: An Ad Revival? (BusinessWeek Online)
Space Invaders: Advertisers Infiltrate World of Vidgames (Chicago Tribune)
Tabloid King Seeks Makeover From Sassy to Stable (New York Times)
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