Around the Net In Media Issues for March 2005
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 31, 2005
Walt Disney Co. And Miramax Founders Officially Split
So Much Media, So Little Attention Span
Fox TV Executive Is Humble as She Heads to Hollywood
Switch to Daylight Time Joins the List of Special Occasions Made for Merchandising
Ruling The Roost
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 30, 2005
eBay.Com Fires Ad Agency Goodby Silverstein
Organized Crime Keeps Better Books
Food Advertising to Children an Increasingly Weighty Issue in Washington
How Can General Motors Remake Itself?
Disney and the Miramax Chiefs Call It Quits
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 29, 2005
It's Time to Re-invent the Upfront Ad Market
MCI Accepts Verizon's $7.6 Bln Offer
San Francisco Giants To Scale Back Barry Bonds Ads
Cablevision May Join Adelphia Bid
More Products Get Roles in Shows, and Marketers Wonder if They're Getting Their Money's Worth
TiVo Tests Pop-Up-Style Ads
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 28, 2005
Buyers Bet on Liguori to Restore Fox's Mystique
Nets Jockey for NFL Rights Packages
McDonald's Buying Way Into Hip-Hop Song Lyrics
Under New Chief, F.C.C. Considers Widening Its Reach
The Future of the 30-Second Spot
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 25, 2005
Consumers Are Looking Past Commercials to Study Prescription Drugs
Game Fans Clamor For PSP
Drug Cos. Launch Discount Card Ad Campaign
NBC Announcer Hangs It Up After 62 Years
WPP's Sorrell Sells Shares To Meet Tax Liability
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 24, 2005
G.M., in $50 Million Deal, Rejoins Sponsorship Lineup
Liguori May Take Over for Berman
It's a Wrap, H&M
Television Has a Great Future - Believe it or not
Jaguar Selects Euro RSCG For Global Ad Account
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Error Leads to 'American Idol' Revote
Bally Weighs 2 Shops for $80 Mil. Business
Martha Stewart Co. Readies Launch Of 'Body & Soul'
TV Chief at Fox Going to Paramount
Saatchi Lands a Top Executive From a Rival to Begin Rebuilding
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 22, 2005
Note To Media, Showbiz: The Status Quo is History
Media Firms Piece Together New Strategies
Ad Agency Chief Gets Role In TV Reality Show
Time Warner To Pay $300 Million SEC Settlement
A New Automaker Mantra: Emissions? What Emissions?
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 21, 2005
Men's Startups Get Tweaked to Bulk Up Sales
Is Bob Iger Ready for His Close-up?
Upfront Preview: They're Mad as Hell - So Why Do They Keep Taking It?
The New Pitch
For Those of You Who Wonder How That TV Show Began
The Sitcommercial Makes a Return
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 18, 2005
National Magazine Awards Finalists Announced
David Hill Named Pres., DirecTV Entertainment Group
Interpublic Delays the Release of Some Financial Results
Viacom Still Plans to Offer Mixed-Media Ad Packages
Honda Marketing New Ridgeline Truck Primarily To its Own Customers
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