Around the Net In Media Issues for June 2004
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, June 30, 2004
Jane Pauley TV Talk Show Set for Promo Push
Fox Struggling With All-Season Scheduling
Conde Nast Launches Domino
Current, Former 'Sun-Times' Circ Execs Leave Jobs
Newspapers try to repair damage
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Star's Parent Risks Credit Downgrade
And The Last Shall Be First
FCC's Powell Won't Stay, Some Speculate
Considering a Sale of Grey Global
Global Media on Rebound, Report Says
Around the Net In Media - Monday, June 28, 2004
Emphasis on change was hallmark of 2004 Cannes ad festival
Leading National Advertisers Report
The Troubling Case of the Phantom Readers
Cuts Keeping PBS in Peril
Rain or Shine, Win or Lose, This Ad Is Just for You
Around the Net In Media - Friday, June 25, 2004
Fax Bill Rolls Through House Committee
Cox, Arquette Launch Production Company
Interpublic's shares slip after reshuffle
Ruling on Media Only Irritates Big Owners
Sex sells, and not just to men, ad firm says
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, June 24, 2004
High-Maintenance TV
CBS Joins Reality Hunt for New INXS Singer
Old, new ad forms honored with coveted Lions
More Demand for Guerilla Marketing
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, June 23, 2004
SBC Eyes Heavy Network Investment
The 'Whys' Behind the ANA Enhanced TV Initiative
Coke Names a New Head of Marketing
Newspaper Execs Warily Upbeat on Ad Recovery
Turner Puts Series Back at Forefront
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Los Angeles Times Cuts About 160 Jobs
Coming July 12, A New MSNBC Daytime
CBS Sports Runs Substitution Play
Martha Stewart Says She Misses Position
More Revenue for Cable Television
Around the Net In Media - Monday, June 21, 2004
New York Splits Over Sexy Cover
Kerry Outspends Bush in May by $10 Million
On Advertising: In Cannes, Creativity above All
TV's Loneliest Night of the Week Is Starting to Look Very Familiar
Sun-Times Inflated Circulation
Around the Net In Media - Friday, June 18, 2004
Magazines Have Questionable Covers
Now it's 'Newsday' Announcing That It Overstated Circulation
Procter & Gamble Targeting Black Customers
Kelly Ripa Signs 5-Year 'Live' Contract
TechTV Fans Mad as Hell
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, June 17, 2004
Disney Has a Triumph in NBA Finals
Recording Industry Seeks Hard-to-Copy Digital Radio
More Products in Programming
Pro-Bush TV Spot Invokes Reagan
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