Around the Net In Media Issues for April 2005
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 29, 2005
L'Oreal Shifts $75 Mil. Maybelline Account to Zenith
Mel Ok With $irius $pending
Clear Channel Splitting Up
Ad & Subtract
How the President's News Conference Ended Up Live on Four Networks
Wendy's Gets a Break, but Still Has Work Ahead of It
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 28, 2005
Cable Industry Maneuvers Against Decency Standards
ABC to NBC: Smell the Coffee
Star Hopes to Steal Us' Newsstand Thunder With Composite Cover
Will They Be Voted Off Manhattan Island? Reality TV Comes to N.Y. 'Daily News'
Viacom to Hire Chief Financial Officer
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 27, 2005
'CBS Evening News' Hits an Historic Low-Water Mark in the Ratings
Doctors Influenced By Mention Of Drug Ads
'Primetime' Indulges Its 'Idol' Curiosity
Loss Narrows at Martha Stewart but Is Still Wider Than Expected
Magazines Find Ways to Include Unconventional Elements in Deals With Marketers
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Future Schlock: Ads Beamed to Brains
$250 Mil. RadioShack Account Goes to Arnold
'Today' Seeks Yesterday's Glory
Newspapers Find National Ads a Tough Sell
Mermigas on Media: NBC Uni Much More Than Primetime Player
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 25, 2005
Making Space For The Future Of Magazine Publishing
A Second Chance For ABC News
Watching TV Makes You Smarter
WPP Tackles Headache Of A Past Deal
Television Is Changing. Can Any Magazine Keep Up?
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 22, 2005
EU Raided VNU, ACNielsen in Antitrust Probe
On Broadway, Ads Now Get to Play Cameo Roles
WPP Group Revenue Surges
All the News That's Fit to Wiki
Army Cancels Long-Running Ad Review
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 21, 2005
Television For Tycoons
Odds No Deterrent, as Many Try to Start Magazines
Time Warner and Comcast Are Cleared to Buy Adelphia
Carnegie Study: Young Adults Are 'Abandoning' Papers
Celebrities Have No Shame When Shilling
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 20, 2005
'Today' Exec Producer Touchet Exits
Cruise Trumped
TV Spot Ads Soon to be Obsolete: Report
Viacom Income Falls, but Revenue Gains
Donaldson: Network News Dead
Wal-Mart Critics Launch National Ad Campaign
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Gemstar To Launch TV Fanzine
How Did Michael Eisner Make Disney Profitable?
Breaking Up Viacom
NFL TV Football Rights Go For $12.5 Billion
A Bank That Isn't Your Average New Yorker Starts to Spread News About Itself
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 18, 2005
Kids Market Is Slow to Develop
Marketing Research Back in Style
At ABC, Piecing a New Team Together
Placement, Placement: It's All About Product Placement
Global TV Ad Spending Seen Losing Share to Web
Ann Fudge Is Out At Troubled Y&R Network
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