Around the Net In Media Issues for 2012

Around the Net In Media - Friday, Dec. 21, 2012
Will Bloomberg Buy The 'NY Times' Next Year?
CNBC To Debut Two Reality Shows Next Year
Conde Nast, Walmart's Unholy Alliance
Leverage This For Pre-Holiday Smile
Hearst Names New CCO
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012
'Saturday Evening Post' Moves: Back To Philly, Ahead To Analyze Trends
Comcast Launches Xfinity Latino
Atlantic Media Debuts Revamped Website, Logo
Thompson Reuters Builds New Business Unit
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012
Martha Stewart Omnimedia CEO Gersh To Exit
Comcast, Best-Performing Media Stock, Tops $100B Market Value
Facebook Plans Video Ads For News Feed
DirecTV Adds Titles, Time Warner Cuts Ovation
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012
Patricipant Media Plans Cable Network
Tech Marketers Extra-Sorry To See 'Gossip Girl' End
Postmortem: Covering The Media Covering Newtown Massacre
'Boston Globe,' WBZ-TV Partner To Swap Content
Will Jimmy Fallon Take Over 'Tonight' Show In 2014?
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Dec. 17, 2012
Nielsen, Twitter, Team Up For New Rating
Media Discuss Ethics Of Tragedy Journalism
Zucker Looking To Develop News Satire Show For CNN
Forecast: Streaming Video Home Shopping Network To Come
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Dec. 14, 2012
'NY Times' Launches Two E-Publishing Ventures
Liberty Media Quietly Shopping Starz To Potential Buyers
Why Investments In Hispanic TV May Not Pay Off
Dailymotion Launches SVOD
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012
'Conde Nast Traveler' Tests Video On Mall Screens
We Have Seen TV's Future: It's The iPad
YouTube's Most Viewed Ads Of 2012: Nike, Pepsi, VW Top List
Ingraham's Radio Absence Is Short-Lived
Calm Comes To Commercial Cacophony
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012
VC Firm Launches With Support From Nielsen
'USA Today' Refines Super Bowl Ad Meter
Analyst: Disney's Doubt About TV Everywhere Led To Netflix Deal
Beyonce's Deal With PepsiCo 'Unprecedented'?
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012
'Sporting News' Pub To Go All-Digital
Hearst Launches Book Publishing Imprint
DirectTV's Sports Surcharge: First Step Toward Pay TV Unbundling?
Conde Nast, Hearst, Reach Out To Latina Market
Analyzing 'WaPo' Story: Worth The New Paywall?
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Dec. 10, 2012
Clear Channel Makes Personnel Cuts
Ads For Super Bowl's Live Stream Almost Sold Out
NBCU, Hearst Partner On Esquire Channel
'Good Housekeeping' Revamps Mightily
Bloomberg Mulls Bid For 'Financial Times'