Around the Net In Media Issues for May 2004
Around the Net In Media - Friday, May 28, 2004
'Super Size' Controversy Not So Big After All as MTV Runs Ad (Los Angeles Times)
WorldGate Bets Future On New Video Phone (Forbes)
Comcast Casts Wider Net (The Motley Fool)
Fox's Ad Fantasia (New York Post)
Bringing Young Men Back to TV (New York Times)
Gruner & Jahr Appoints a Chief Executive After a Difficult Search (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, May 27, 2004
Hotels Are Spending More on Ads (New York Times)
'Queen of E!' May See Early End to Hollywood Story (Los Angeles Times)
'Super Size Me' Ads Get Downsized by MTV (Reuters)
Fox Finishes Season Close to NBC Thanks to 'Idol' (Hollywood Reporter)
Sarah Jessica Parker to Star in Gap Ads (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, May 26, 2004
NBC, CBS Claim Season Victory (Reuters)
First DNC Action Sparked By Call To FTC Commissioner (DMNews)
Chicago Tribune Selects DDB For Ad Account (AdAge)
Havas Sees Profitability Improving Sharply in 2004 (Reuters)
Fire Devastates Saatchi artworks (BBC)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, May 25, 2004
MTV, Fox to Unveil New Channels This Week (Reuters)
Private Television Channel Opens in Kabul (Pak Tribune)
Campaign Ads Are Under Fire for Inaccuracy (New York Times)
'American Bandstand' Coming Back to TV (AP)
After a Brief Courtship, Subway Restaurants and Fallon Worldwide Are Breaking Up (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, May 24, 2004
Advergaming Grows In Reach And Power (AdAge)
Fall TV Season's Offerings Are Escapist Brain Candy (New York Times)
Big Four to Pass on Bush Speech (Reuters)
Gov't Witness Charged in Stewart Case (Reuters)
Rise and Fight: Morning News Wars (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Friday, May 21, 2004
High School Radio Stations Alive and Well (AP)
Liberal Radio Network Air America Raising New Cash (Reuters)
NBC Has Some Options If Stars Are Suspended (New York Times)
Conde Nast Will Lift Cargo's Frequency to 10 in 2005 (DMNews)
Broadcast Blues (Fortune)
Battle of the Beer Ads (New York Times)
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, May 20, 2004
Fox Unveils Year-Round Season (MediaDailyNews)
Bill Would Penalize Drug Companies by Taking Away Ad Deductibility (ANA Blog)
Fox Picks Up Kelsey Grammer Sketch Comedy (Reuters)
Would-Be'Idol' Voters Get Busy Signal (AP)
Campaigners Seek Junk Food Ad Ban (Nutra Ingredients)
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, May 19, 2004
CBS Unveils Primetime Schedule That Replaces Few Shows (MediaDailyNews)
Shareholders Voice Anger Toward Interpublic (New York Times)
The Howard Stern Factor (Smart Money)
Sharpton Goes On Ratings Warpath (New York Post)
Sony in Exclusive Talks to Buy MGM (Reuters)
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Telemundo Barricades The Hispanic Upfront (AdAge)
ABC Cuts Comedies, Stocks Up on Reality (Reuters)
'Christian Science Monitor' Readies for Budget Hit (Editor and Publisher)
'I, Robot' Movie Trailer Is Ready to Wear (Reuters)
Actor Tony Randall Dies at 84 (AP)
Around the Net In Media - Monday, May 17, 2004
Miramax And Zenithmedia Part Ways (AdAge)
More Money for Broadcast Networks (New York Times)
Television's 'Bubble' Shows Face Uncertain Future (Reuters)
DirecTV to Add TiVo Ad Sales (TelevisionWeek)
Hot Races Push U.S. Campaign Ad Outlook to $1.5 Bln (Reuters)
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