Around the Net In Media Issues for April 2009

Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 30, 2009
Comedy Central Is Most Entertaining Cable Net, Says Study
Condé Nast May Close More Magazines New York Post
Redstone: U.S. on Brink of Bull Market
Rodale, Reveille Team for Healthy Eating TV Show
IPG Loss Widens, More Job Cuts Likely
'Baltimore Sun' Lays Off 61, Reshapes Newsroom
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Gannett Names 'USA Today' Publisher
MTV Tries a New TV and Web Franchise
DirecTV Debuts an Interactive Sports Tool
Investors Bet on Smaller Newspapers
'Financial Times' Asks Readers For Input on Editorials
Bristol-Myers Squibb Reviews $170 Mil Media Biz
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 28, 2009
NBC Plans For Leno To Boost News
'Glee' Pilot Doubles as a Marketing Tool
More Financial Magazines Likely to Fail
Bloomberg To Expand News Efforts Despite Downturn
Cable Results May Show Future of Ad Slump
Fox Nixes Obama Press Conference
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 27, 2009
'New York' Mag to Cut Two Summer Issues
'Good Housekeeping' Gets Ready for Makeover
CBS News Dusts Off Documentary Format
Singer Susan Boyle's Effect on Reality TV
Discovery, Real Simple TV Venture DOA
Media Agencies Fret About Compensation
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 24, 2009
Univision Inks Retrans Pact With Verizon
Newspaper Biz To Share Same Fate as Telegram Biz
'NYT' Has No Plans to Go Private
Initiative Hangs On to $600 Mil Home Depot Account
Canoe Responds To Privacy Critics
How Network TV Will Reinvent Itself
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 23, 2009
Fox TV looks To Asia for Partners
'CSI' Tops All-Time Favorite TV Poll
NBC Crafts Ad Spots That Rely on the Weather
Congress Quizzes Cable Operators About Privacy
Time's '100 Most Influential' Gets Hacked
Seattle Papers Question Nielsen Traffic Data
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 22, 2009
NYSE May Delist 'Playboy' Parent
White House Opposes Antitrust Relief for Newspapers
Food Network Serves Eight New Shows
NBA's Brand Integration Is Catching Flak
Leo Burnett Launches Retail Practice in Paris
Bankruptcy Looms Over TV Owners
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 21, 2009
MediaCom Puts Fresh Face On Freshness Initiative, Raids Atmosphere's Davidson
NYT Co. Reports Wider Losses, 'Steep' Ad Decline
SAG Sags, Union Cuts Its Own Labor Pool
CW Unveils 'Cwinger' In 'Gossip Girl'
Oxygen Gets Racy To Grab Younger Demos
Sen. Kerry Holds Newspaper Hearings
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 20, 2009
Clear Channel Owner Says Revenue Down 23%
SAG, AFTRA Reach Commercial Pact
Re/Max Puts $50 Media Biz in Review
Publishers Ease Ad Close Deadlines
PTA, Pediatricians Want Ratings For Ads
Red Sox Owner Shows Interest in Buying 'Boston Globe'
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 17, 2009
Ikea's $300 Mil Media Business in Review
Sports, Concerts Move Toward 3-D TV
ABC's McPherson Under Fire For Lack of Hits
Magazine Exec Jack Haire Takes the Reins of 'Parade'
DirecTV, Comcast Fined In Do-Not-Call Cases
John Madden Exits the Broadcast Booth