Around the Net In Media Issues for September 2005

Around the Net In Media - Friday, Sept. 30, 2005
Eisner Leaves Mixed Legacy as Disney Chief
L.L. Bean Names JWT Agency For $27 Million Account
IPG's 5-Year Restatement Totals $550 Mil.
Trying to Imprint 'That's Classic' in Younger TV Viewers' Minds
Murdoch's Star TV Invests in Indonesian Network
Not Ad-ding Up
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005
VNU Courts Investors To OK IMS Deal
Martha Stewart Sticks to Kinder, Gentler TV Image
XM, DirecTV Ink Distribution Deal
President Of JWT Chicago Steps Down
Hershey Drops U.S. Marketers Ogilvy & Mather, DDB
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005
Howard Stern To Be Replaced By Team Of DJs
Writers Guild Protests TV Product Placements
Dreaming of Bras for the Modern Woman
A Deal for DreamWorks Unravels Over Price
Vitals Mags Flatline At Fairchild
TV's New Season: Winners and Losers
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005
Advertising Week Parade Goes Awry
Wal-Mart Eyes Tommy Hilfiger Acquisition
A Schwab Campaign Steeped in Personality
Condé Nast Puts All Its Mags In 1 Basket
Katrina Takes a Toll on Truth, News Accuracy
Local Broadcasters Need To Redefine Their Role
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Sept. 26, 2005
The Rise and Rise of Jeff Zucker
Peacock Flies Lower on Thursday
2nd Thoughts Gave Gosper a 2nd Chance
Hurricanes Hammer Automotive Marketing
McDonald's Rap Song Product Placement Plan Stalls
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Sept. 23, 2005
Hollywood Marketing Films Through Churches
NHL's Bettman Unveils TV Promo Spots
Grey Sues Former North American CEO Steve Blamer
Media Pros Fear Client Cutbacks
Q&A with Joe Tripodi (CMO, Allstate)
Is the World Suffering From Too Much Martha?
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005
Big Changes Afoot at '60 Minutes'
Cemusa Wins $1 Billion NYC Outdoor Ad Rights Contract
Martha's Apprentice Needs an Edge
Publicis and Rival, Aegis, Discussing Takeover Bid
Amid Drug Use Reports, 2 More Brands Drop Kate Moss
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005
Verizon signs long-term content deal with Disney
Stewart stock on rise as TV show hits air
After Ted
Understanding The Meaning Of Consumer Confidence
Times To Cut 500 Staff Amid Anemic Ad Growth
Friends and Colleagues Celebrate the Life of Peter Jennings
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005
CNBC Chair Leaves For Liz Claiborne Makeover
News Corp Names New Publisher at New York Post
SEC Rejects IPG Request To Kill Sale Proposal
Best Bet On New Media Better Than No Bet At All
Clothing Chain H&M Drops Kate Moss Ads
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Sept. 19, 2005
'Lost,' 'Raymond' Named Top Shows at Emmys
Havas says MPG Unit Loses Peugeot France Deal
Crispin Porter & Bogusky: The Agency To Learn From
Hollinger Int'l reports 2004 profit, settles circulation lawsuits
Consumer Giant Cuts TV Advertising By One-Fifth