Around the Net In Media Issues for July 2004

Around the Net In Media - Friday, July 30, 2004
Bollore Confirms Took 4-5 pct Stake in Havas
'Independent' Spending to Fund Media Blitz
Viacom Says Reorganizing Some Operations
FTC Unveils New E-mail Address for Deceptive Spam
Madison Avenue Takes Cues from Reality TV Shows
Liberals Want Their Own Network
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, July 29, 2004
Martha's Still Calling The Shots For Now
Comcast Stock Falls on Earnings News
L.A. Times Gets Heat for Running Antigay Ad
ABC, Fox Embrace Dueling 'Nanny' Shows
PBS and Cable Won Viewers From Rivals
Glitch Hits DirecTV TiVo Boxes
FCC to Sample TV a la Carte
'Newsday' Drops Auto Advertisers Who Are Suing Paper
Party-Funded Ads to Help Kerry 'Ride Wave'
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Ryan Seacrest's Talk Show Canceled
Time Warner's 2Q Earnings Drop 27 Percent
France's Havas silent on Blackstone talks report
Group Warns DVRs Endangered
Next Stop in New York: Ad Central Station?
Newsday Slashes Circ Guarantee for Advertisers
Breaking the 30-Second Barrier
The Broken Covenant
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, July 27, 2004
A Place In The Sun
Group Readies Ads to Fill Void
'Seacrest' Out in Some Markets
Gay TV Network Unveils Schedule
Now a Message From a Sponsor of the Subway?
Havas declares interest in Grey
Around the Net In Media - Monday, July 26, 2004
Celeb Mags Still Battling
'Hoy' to Readers: We'll Get to Bottom of Scandal
Hollywood Aims to Conquer Comic-Book Fans
The U.S. Army Needs A Few Good Ideas
Gay Channel Coming Out with Cher, Cumming Projects
Glamour Fashions Mailers to Hype Changes
All Commercials, All the Time
Around the Net In Media - Friday, July 23, 2004
G+J Boots Last Rosie Vets
Delta Air Lines Reaches Out to Agencies
Yet Again, a Brand Name Loses Its Magic
New boss puts heat on CNBC
TiVo's Plans Lead to Fight on Copyrights
Karmazin's Viacom Exit Is Worth $35.4 Million
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, July 22, 2004
Comcast Dabbles with Disney Again
TiVo's plans lead to copyright fight
50 Car Dealers File a Suit Against Newsday
Tribune Seeks OK for TV-Newspaper Mergers
Clear Channel to Experiment With Digital Radio Signals
Echostar's financial chief resigns
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Hot Reruns Burn Up TV's Summer of New Series
Kerry-Edwards up with new TV spot
Obesity and National Geographic
Democrats Worry Big Media Threaten Democracy
UPDATE: ABC Affirms Support for Everyday Circ Reporting
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, July 20, 2004
'Snail mail' is here to stay
'Playing the Game Properly' at CBS
Stewart considers serving time now
Tribune Names New Managers at Troubled Papers
Around the Net In Media - Monday, July 19, 2004
Candidates' Ad Campaigns Follow Divergent Paths
Advertising mogul's biggest pitch: Himself
A Radio Giant Moves to Limit Commercials
Storytellers of 90's Innovation Plan Comebacks, However Modest
TiVo Vs. Video-On-Demand