Around the Net In Media Issues for March 2010
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 31, 2010
TV Makers Selling 3D Television Idea
Clear Channel Wins National Starbucks Campaign
Hallmark, Martha Consider New Cable Channel
Ex-'BusinessWeek' Prez Heads McGraw-Hill Construction
'Madness' Grabs Hoops Fans Online
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Senate Passes Stand-Alone STELA Bill
ESPN Lands More NFL
'Adweek' Tweaks 'Hot List' Criteria
iPad Won't Allow Mag Subscriptions
Disney Gets 'Desperate' Actress 'Hatched'
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 29, 2010
News Corp. To Charge For UK Web Sites In June
Spike TV Launches Fight Site
Ebert Plans New TV Show
White House Gate Crashers on 'Real Housewives of DC'
TV Spectrum Gets Bipartisan Defense
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 26, 2010
Top JWT Execs Leave To Form Agency
HuffPo Goes After Auto Ads
Fox Mobile Offers TV Smartphone Service
HBO Looking For 'TV Everywhere' Deals
Verizon Challenges Broadband Rule
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 25, 2010
Net Audience Comfortable With More Ads
Health-Care Reform Advertising Outlives Debate
'Times T' Editor Exits For 'W' Helm
One-Third of iPad Buyers Will Read Newspapers, Books
'WSJ' Revamps Sports Focus
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 24, 2010
News Corp. May Sell Fox Audience Network
Private Equity Still Buying Magazines
FCC: Feds Should Have Restrained Role In Broadband
Fox News Positions Itself As Upscale Ad Buy
Time Warner Bids For MGM
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 23, 2010
YouTube May Trump Viacom In Court
Web TV To Become Interactive
FTC May Control More Of Online Ad Biz
Rosie's New Talk Show Expected In 2011
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 22, 2010
iPad Scrambles For Editorial Content
'Town & Country' Shops For An Editor
Palin Reality Series May Fit A&E
Old, New Media Can Co-Exist For Marketers
Broadcast TV '10 Revs Show Uptick
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 19, 2010
Few TV Ads Are Viral Hits
Cable Sites Dominate Top News Destinations
Mesa Potential Bidder For Miramax Studios
Steve Jobs Sent Up In "iCon"
Amanpour Close To Hosting 'This Week'
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 18, 2010
'W' Moves Out of Fairchild Group
World Cup Nearly A Sellout For Univision
'New York Times' Sees Video Licenses As New Rev Stream
CNN Taps Conservative Blogger For 'King'
Fox Discusses Possible O'Brien Deal
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