Around the Net In Media Issues for March 2009
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 31, 2009
CNN Slips To Third Place In Prime Time
TV Execs Worry as DVD Sales Dwindle
New 'Esquire' Cover Stunt: A Flip Book
Fox's Van Susteren Vulnerable to Beck's Success, Palin Ties
'Hartford Courant,' TV Stations Combine News Gathering
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 30, 2009
Nielsen Reports Profit Losses in 2008
Ad Holding Companies Face Credit Crunch
'Popular Science', Science Channel Join For Content, Ads
MediaVest Cross-Trains Its Buyers
AMA Seeks Probe of Its Journal
Dylan Ratigan Off the Air at CNBC
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 27, 2009
Nielsen Plans to Delay Payments to Suppliers
Feds Bring Foreclosure Ad to Movie Theaters
MTV Goes Global With Promo For New Music
With Fewer Ad Breaks, Viewers Recall More TV Spots
Viewers Treat Colbert, Stewart As News Sources
Product Placement Goes Local
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 26, 2009
Beckman To Lead Condé Nast's Fairchild Group
Moody's Set To Upgrade Thrifty Comcast
ABC Banks On Web-Inspired 'Motherhood'
With New Slate, Cartoon Network Moves Into Reality
Many Celebrity Mags Are Doomed
Cable, Phone Use Local TV to Lure Customers
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Time Warner's Parsons Steps Down
No Big Aquisitions for Bertelsmann as Profit Sinks
Showtime, 'Gourmet' Partner to Tout 'Tudors'
NBC Affils Want to Shape 'Leno' Prime Time Show
NPR Enjoys Record Ratings
Fox Business, Bloomberg To Gain Ground
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Comcast Sports Nets Add VOD Fare
Howard Dean Becomes a CNBC Contributor
Citigroup Downgrades WPP to 'Hold'
RDF, Omnicom Partner For Branded Content
'Washington Times' Plans a Radio Show
Media General Reorg Combines Publishing, Broadcast
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 23, 2009
Broadcast, Cable Seem Same To Viewers
Hearst's 'SF Chronicle' Could Go Nonprofit
Under Pressure, More Papers Swap Content With Rivals
All Hearst Mags Offer Green Articles, Sponsored by eBay
'Time' Publisher Donald Fries Steps Down
TV Nets Try New Tricks At 10 p.m.
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 20, 2009
Katie Couric, Accidental Auto Shill
S&P: More Newspapers Bankruptcies in 2009
Attorney General Open to Antitrust Aid For Papers
A Banker's Plan to Save Newspapers
TiVo, Cable Bet Recession Will Provide Growth
Stimulus Plan Should Include Advertising
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 19, 2009
New Yorker Leads National Mag Award Nominations
NBC Feels The Downside Of Fourth-Place
Pension Cutbacks at Condé Nast
'Ad Age' To Print Fewer Issues
CBS Gets A Boost From Wall Street
Gannett Slashed CEO's Pay 60%
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Speaker Pelosi Supports SF Area Newspaper Mergers
Urban, Hispanic Radio Deliver Exclusive Audiences
Report Expected To Explode TV Viewing Myths
Media Turn To CRM to Cut Losses
Conde Nast Media Group Braces for Layoffs
Judge Says LA Can't Stop Billboards
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