Results for December 2009
  • You Talking To Me?
    According to a recent Nielsen study, in the last year, people spent ...
  • Canoe Launch Is Delayed
    After expecting to debut interactive ads before the end of 2009, Canoe ...
  • 32-Year NBC News Vet Fletcher Leaves
    NBC News Tel Aviv bureau chief and correspondent Martin Fletcher is leaving ...
  • Check Please: Netflix Woos Studios
    Netflix continues to deliver profits and strong revenues quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year, with ...
  • MediaCom, Sinclair Yet To Broker Retrans Deal
    The FCC has been under pressure from Congress to step in and ...
  • Conde Nast Goes After Hackers
    Conde Nast, owner of Vogue, The New Yorker got permission from a ...
  • By 2015, Expect TV Sets In Cars
    About 17.6 million television systems for automobiles will ship in 2015, up ...
  • Virtual Goods Replace Some Web Ad Dollars
    For many Web start-ups, digital merchandise is an important source of revenue ...
  • Accused Letterman Blackmailer May Push Deal
    Alleged blackmailer Robert Halderman may only get one year in jail for ...
  • SPJ Slams NBC For Goldman Story
    NBC says it didn't pay for its interview with David Goldman, the ...
  • 3-D Coming To A TV Near You
    According to Thomson Reuters analysis, viewrs will soon be able to experience ...
  • Outdoor Hunts Down 7 New Shows In '10
    Outdoor TV has slated seven new shows in the first quarter of ...
  • Kindle Sales Soar, Up Amazon Stock
    Amazon.com shares rose on Monday after posting strong growth in holiday season ...
  • More Fires Than Hires At Ad Agencies
    Ad-agency jobs in October 2009 were down 14% from the recession's December ...
  • Up In Air: Charging For Media Sites
    Newspapers are weighing whether to ask online readers to pay for at ...
  • Olympics, Super Bowl Ad Crunch
    It's crunch time for the networks trying to unload $1 billion in ...
  • Animated 'Boondocks' Returns In 2010
    The long-delayed third season of animated comedy "The Boondocks" is finally expected ...
  • TLC: Culinary 'Takedown' Showcases Tailgate Cuisine
    Tailgate parties are the college sports fans' answer to the traditional cocktail ...
  • Rainbow, MSG Negotiate Carriage Deals With DirecTV
    DirecTV and Rainbow Media and MSG may be trying to hammer out ...
  • Viewers Gobble Up Food Shows
    Wiewers are eating up food TV shows. Fox has made a cottage ...
  • FTC Examines Google's Proposed AdMob Purchase
    U.S. antitrust regulators are taking a closer look at Google Inc.'s proposed ...
  • Dell Ads Exit 'Jersey Shore'
    "Jersey Shore" is losing sponsors. Dell is the third advertiser to pull ...
  • Religion Broadcasters Fear Wireless Allocation
    Religious broadcasters have asked the Federal Communications Commission not to reallocate any ...
  • Warner Music, Hulu Cut Deal
    Warner Music Group is the second major label to strike a content ...
  • TV Groups Mount Spectrum Defense
    Group owners of local broadcast TV stations defended current spectrum allocations to ...
  • TMZ Site Targets Sports Gossip
    TMZ isn't just interested in Hollywood gossip; it sees fertile ground for ...
  • Glick Exits FBN's 'Bell'
    Alexis Glick is leaving the Fox Business Network. She was one of ...
  • Lebhar-Friedman Sells Dowden Pubs
    Trade publisher Lebhar-Friedman has sold Dowden Professional Publications to multimedia communications company ...
  • Martha Stewart Expands Ads Cross-Platform
    Yahoo is expanding the online ad partnership it struck with Martha Stewart ...
  • DTV Coupon Program: $490 Million Left
    The National Telecommunications & Information Administration did not use the extra funding ...