Monday, April 21, 2003
  • New York Sun: More Reading, Half the Size

    As it enters its second year as a daily newspaper, The New York Sun is aiming to turn a straphanger niche into financial success by emphasizing how its readers love it. ...Read the whole story

  • Weather Channel Expands Programming Offerings

    It's not just about the weather anymore. The Weather Channel has been expanding its programming to include a weather-themed magazine show, several lifestyle vignettes sprinkled throughout the daypart, and a weekday documentary that features video of the world's biggest storms and how people survived them. ...Read the whole story

  • War Doesn't Seem To Affect Consumers

    A new study conducted by a television industry organization finds that American consumers not only expect but encourage advertisers to remain on course during war or the threat of terrorism. ...Read the whole story

Ten Four. Ten Forty.

I just finished doing my taxes -- my 2001 taxes. But, as implied in the old CB-radio sign off (Ten-four, good buddy), it won't be the last I see of them. The year 2001, which was ...More