Around the Net In Media - Monday, Feb. 28, 2005 Watch Dan? Rather not How Strict Rules Governed Oscars Ad Content Pepsi Stops Advertising to Children - report After Transition, NBC Still 1st in Ratings Greatest Hits of Product Placement Around the Net In Media - Friday, Feb. 25, 2005 Clear Channel Posts $4.7B Loss in 4Q
L'Oreal to 'Celebrate Beautiful Women' with Oscar Ads Capital One To Consolidate Online Ad Buying Will Academy Awards Spots Pay Off for Marketers With Oscar Fever? Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005 Essence Puts Suede on Hiatus
Viacom Posts Loss on $18 Bln in Charges Is Martha's Return a Good Thing? Hanes Revives a Successful Campaign From the 90's Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 Mags Plan $40m Ad Blitz Sirius to Broadcast NASCAR Racing Starting in 2007
Red Carpet Revenue NHL Season Cancellation Costs $400 Million In Ad Revenue Billing Convictions Set Off Shudders on Madison Ave. Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 Advertising Gone Too Far Is Print Dead? 'The Washington Post' Ponders It New Jersey Sues To Stop Blockbuster Ad Campaign The Thompson Style: A Sense of Self, and Outrage Hunter S. Thompson, Outlaw Journalist, Is Dead at 67 Nielsen Presents a Research Plan to Quell Concerns About Accuracy Around the Net In Media - Monday, Feb. 21, 2005 Pepsi Wins Movie Product Placement 'Oscar' CNN Plans Shakeup At Headline John Travolta's Product Placement Fever Wal-Mart Is Upgrading Its Vast In-Store Television Network The 10-Second Spot TV Ad Is Not a Time to Be Subtle Hunter S. Thompson, 65, Author, Commits Suicide 'Simpsons' Animates Gay Nuptials, and a Debate Around the Net In Media - Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 They Want Their Fuse TV Rock: Bring On Oscar 'Safety Net' Branded Entertainment Moguls Embrace New Technologies A New King for the Magic Kingdom Ex-Saatchi Employees Plan Next Moves Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005 Cadillac Scores Highest Super Bowl Exposure Ads to Star at the Oscars Bull Crashing Through Glass Wall Signals New Direction for Merrill Lynch House Votes to Raise Fines for Indecency In a City of Ads, 'The Gates' Promote Nothing, Except Maybe the Artists Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2005 WB to Try Product Placement in Sitcom Reruns New Head of Lowe Hopes to Revive a Faltering Agency 17 Saatchi Account Staffers Walk Off Job Asked to Resign, 3 at CBS Hire Lawyers Instead Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005 Theatres Could Get Live Ads McDonald's To Pay $8.5M For Wrong Advertising Grammy Awards Get Lowest Rating Since '95 Magazines Can't Break Up with Brad and Jen Hewlett-Packard Marketing Chief Quits Where Are All the Women?