Around the Net In Online Marketing Issues for February 2002

Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, Feb. 28, 2002
Wolf Asks NBC to Stop Advertising Liquor (B&C)
Broadband Bill Advances, but Its Survival Is Doubtful (NYTimes)
Congress' Gift To The Internet (Forbes.com)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002
A Look at Commercials That Aired During the Olympics (NYTimes.com)
'Big Three' See Record (Low) Revenue Performance (B&C)
Study: Publishers, Agencies Clash over Web Billings (IAR)
Consumer Confidence Declines (Washington Post)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2002
MGM, NBC Team Up On Sales (B&C)
3 Publishers Report Lower Ad Revenues (AP)
Second-Half Magazine Circulation Results: 'Weird' (AdAge.com)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, Feb. 25, 2002
Niche Nets Siphon From Broadcasters (Emonline)
MSNBC Mulls What Went Wrong (AP)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, Feb. 22, 2002
VOD Still Years Away (Cyberatlas)
Panel's Ruling on Royalties Is Setback for Web Radio Services (NYTimes.com)
ValueClick Promises Mediaplex Benefits (IAR)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, Feb. 21, 2002
ABC to Launch Controversial Wartime 'Reality' Show (Reuters)
Broadcasters Outraged over Proposed Reporting Rules (radiohorizon.com)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2002
Microsoft Says MSN Traffic Grew Faster Than Rivals (Reuters)
Mind-Share over Matter: Interstitials, Pop-Ups and Pop-Unders (eMarketer)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2002
Olympics, Daytona Hot for NBC (Broadcasting & Cable)
Twenty Questions About Marketing (NYTimes.com)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, Feb. 18, 2002
Arbitration Panel to Rule on Internet Radio Royalties (NYTimes.com)
Goldman Sachs Readies $1 Billion for Magazine Move (AdAge.com)
WPP to be Watched for Clues on Ad Upturn (Reuters)
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, Feb. 15, 2002
Airlines Doing More Online Marketing Deals (IAR)
Olympic Advertisers See Boost In Web Traffic (Reuters)