Around the Net In Media Issues for August 2011

Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011
Carl Icahn Will NOT Be The New Owner Of Lionsgate
NYT, Google, Launch 9/11-Themed YouTube Channel
Newsweek's Crazy-Eyed Michele, Ghost Diana: Covers Generate Buzz More Than Sales
Shades Of 'Baywatch': Why Is 'Jiggle TV' Returning Now?
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2011
Publicis' Levy: 'I'm Not A Masochist'
Cable Stocks Benefit From Dow Rise
News International Reviews Journalistic Standards Across Empire
Beyonce's Baby Bump Sets Twitter Record
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Aug. 29, 2011
Weather Channel Is News For Some, Funny To Others
Product Placement Big In Telenovelas
BMW Chooses New Creative Agency
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Aug. 26, 2011
Sheen Manages 'Anger' In TV Series
Is Wolff Out At 'Adweek'? 'N.Y. Post' Thinks So
Internet Radio Sees Boost in Subs and Mobile Ads
Another Apple Top 10 list
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011
NBC, ABC Battle For Morning TV Supremacy
Jim Romenesko To End Journalism Blog
Can't Touch This: USA Network Dominates Summertime Ratings
Top 10 Apple Ads Under Jobs' Reign
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011
NYC's MSOs To Provide Parks With Free WiFi, To A Point
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh Newspapers Form Edit/Ad Alliance
How Arbitron's PPM Ratings Have Changed Radio Programming
9/11 As Both A Personal And TV Event
The 'Joisy': Essential Ingredient For Reality Shows?
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2011
For TV/Radio Stations, 'Unfairness' Is Now Completely Legal
Cosmo's First E-Single: Three Sexy Tales For A Buck
Direct Response Meets Digital Out-Of-Home
NYC TV Production Booms As Gritty Neighborhoods Disappear
Indy Station Proves Value Of Investigative News Reporting
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Aug. 22, 2011
NYT, WNYC Team For Schoolbook Web Site
For First Time, Marketers Now Sponsoring 9/11 Coverage
New Magazines Tackle Social Media
How Tabloids Keep News Interesting
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Aug. 19, 2011
Liberty Settles For Smaller Stake In Barnes & Noble
Stern & Bonaduce In Brag-Off After Station's Demise
'Real Housewives': Did Producers Go Too Far?
Fall's TV Season: Your Quick Cheat Sheet
Summer TV Hits & Misses: Your Quick Scorecard
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011
Nielsen In Tests To Measure Viewing Of Cable iPad Apps
Readers' Digest Subscriptions Now Available On iPad
Ashton Kutcher's Editorial Conflict Of Interest
'Hollywood Reporter'' Still Fighting For Consumer Ads?