Results for February 2010
  • NBC Needs To Groom Leno Successor
    Though his good-guy image took a serious hit during the battle with ...
  • Broadcast News Cuts Threaten Long-Term Viability
    Staff cuts at two of the biggest broadcast-television news outfits in the ...
  • 'Newsweek' Stab At Lower Circ May Not Pay Off
    Newsweek's plans to reshape the magazine into a lower-circulation weekly with a ...
  • 'NYT,' 'WSJ' Battle For Luxury Advertisers
    How much of a threat does The Wall Street Journal's New York ...
  • Suitors Submitting New Bids To MGM
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. is asking suitors to submit new bids for the studio ...
  • Showtime, Verizon Team For Interactive TV
    Showtime Networks and Verizon have teamed to give sports fans a more ...
  • Diller, Silverman Check Out FitTV
    Media moguls Barry Diller and Ben Silverman have proposed acquiring a piece ...
  • Disney Uses Comics, Games To Capture Boys
    Disney Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger is on a spending spree at ...
  • Cablevision Rolls Out Network DVR
    Cablevision Systems Corp plans to roll out its controversial remote storage digital ...
  • BIM Acquires TitanTV
    Broadcast Interactive Media has acquired Decisionmark Corp. (dba TitanTV Media). Founded in ...
  • Internet TV Won't Always Be Free
    In the near future, TV is going to be available anywhere, but ...
  • Chernin In Search Of Cable Buy
    Eight months after leaving the News Corp. executive suite, Peter Chernin has ...
  • TV Deals Squeeze Residuals
    TV studios and broadcast networks are demanding new talent concessions to trim ...
  • Hearst Newspapers Farm Out Sports Reporting
    Hearst Newspapers, owner of the San Francisco Chronicle, made a deal with ...
  • Clear Channel Restructuring Inevitable
    A restructuring of radio broadcaster Clear Channel Communications is inevitable, though its ...
  • Cowell New Series To Premiere On Hulu
    'American Idol' creator Simon Fuller's first original series, "If I Can Dream," ...
  • Fly Fisherman
    As a regular, some would say obsessed, theater-going New Yorker, I wonder ...
  • Interactive, VOD Ads On Rise
    In 2010, three key areas will start to show critical momentum: interactive ...
  • Franken: Put All NBC, Comcast Shows Online
    Sen. Al Franken is a harsh critic of the Comcast, NBCU $30-billion ...
  • Wal-Mart Buys Online Movie Service
    The idea of an Internet-ready home entertainment setup has a powerful new ...
  • PBS Revisits 'Sherlock Holmes,' 'Upstairs'
    PBS' "Masterpiece Theater" will co-produce a remake of "Upstairs Downstairs," as well ...
  • Big Names Booked For 'Leno' Return
    Sarah Palin, Olympic gold-medal snowboarder Shaun White, Olympic gold-medal skier Lindsey Vonn ...
  • Publishers Join In Kia Digital Ad Push
    Some 45 titles representing 15 publishing companies are running ads for the ...
  • CBS: From Twitter To Sitcom
    CBS has OK'd a pilot based on the tweets of an agry ...
  • P&G, Wal-Mart Push 'Jensen' As Time Buy
    NBC has teamed with Procter & Gamble and Wal-Mart for "The Jensen ...
  • CNBC Launches Free In Britain
    Financial channel CNBC is set to launch on the subscription-free satellite platform ...
  • Univision Readies Telenovela Site
    U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications Inc. is creating a video Web site ...
  • ZenithOptimedia Extends Newcast To U.S.
    ZenithOptimedia has launched Newcast, a division that reaches beyond traditional media to ...
  • FTC Launches Future Media Inquiry
    The FCC formally launched its inquiry into the future of the media ...
  • Scripps Kicks Off Newspaper Reorg Plan
    E.W. Scripps newspaper division is moving closer to its re-organization plan 3.0 ...