MediaDailyNews Issues for September 2003

MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2003
Magazine Experience Wanted, All Other Media Need Not Apply
Pilot Project Nets Possible Story Line
Nielsen Expands TV Meter Universe, Begins L.A. People Meters
Newspaper Publishers Buck Trend, Boost August Ad Volume
Bush Signs Do-Not-Call List Into Law
TBS Gets Exclusive "Sex"
Title Celebrates Women Who Rock And Fans Who Buy
ABC Sales Executive Dies at 52
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Sept. 29, 2003
Times, Lowe Look Deeper, Get Richer
Madison Avenue, Hollywood Achieve A Labor Milestone
Road To Ad Recovery Hits Some Speed Bumps
Mostly Ad-Free Medium Breaks Massive Ad Campaign
Nielsen, DC Station End Up In A Storm Over Hurricane Data
Latina's Ad Pages Are En Fuego
Weather Touts New Research With A Purpose: A Greater Share Of Market
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Sept. 26, 2003
Heekin Named Euro RSCG Worldwide President
Nielsen Releases Isabel Market Data For Internal Purposes Only
Madison Avenue Overhauls Its Media Model, Will The Media Follow
NAB Partners with Daniel Pearl Foundation
Old Navy Tops With Pop Music Buyers
SMG Expands Context Planning Team
As DMA Issues Concern, Congress Speeds Up Action
PARADE Becomes Team Player
Planners, Buyers Signal Tepid '04 Spending Plans
TV Channel Usage Drops To New Low, But Networks Persevere
MediaDailyNews - Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003
Tulsa To Become 56th Metered Market
EchoStar's DISH Network Reaches DVR Milestone
Media Agencies Working In Creative Realm
Hill, Holliday Launches New Broadcast Spot Buying Unit in San Francisco
Judge Hangs Up on Do-Not-Call List
Local Advertising Dampens Viacom's Sunny Estimates
Porter Novelli Launches Specialty Group
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003
Gemstar, Nielsen Set-Top Plan To Yield IGP Audience, Ad Data
Washington Post Company Completes Restructuring
The New York Times Jacks Up Home-Delivery Base
Nielsen Sets Tulsa Meter Plan
A Pennysaver May Be More Than A Penny Earned For Advertisers
Kennedy Named Editor of Elegant Bride
EchoStar's DISH Network Reaches DVR Milestone
MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2003
Post-Season Baseball Goes Commercial Free
Dow Jones Papers Join Real Cities
Radio Groups Strike $1.6 Billion Deal
Ad Demand Improves Markedly In September: Online, Cable Still Lead
Intel Outside: Chipmaker Breaks Wireless Effort
The Internet is The Next Big Thing in Television. Yes, the Internet. Yes, Television.
Newspaper Ad Economist Zigs As Others Zag Over '03 Outlook
Reporter Goes Madison Avenue, Breaks Campaign Touting Hollywood Roots
Parents Group Says There's Too Much Profanity on TV
Worth Fills Top Editorial Posts
Study Rewrites Script For RX Ad Spending Returns
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Sept. 22, 2003
Simon Says: We're Tops In Malls
figure Mag Expands
Court Blocks P&G OTC Ad Claims
Viacom Settles With Minnelli, Gest
FORECASTS
Agency Chiefs Nip Media Billings Plan In Bud
New Hispanic Broadcaster Emerges
FHM Strokes Schick in Latest Ad/Content Fusion
Radio Turns The Corner, Ad Pacings Presage Healthy '04
Ad Industry Leaders Explore New Economic Models, Methods of Compensation
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Sept. 19, 2003
Leaders Explore New Economic Models, Methods of Compensation
Investors Approve Time Warner Name Change
Simmons, Microsoft Introduce New Consumer Mapping Software
Havas: MPG Will Be No. 5 Media Network Within A Year
Top Ad Factor: Fragmentation, Not Consolidation, ROI, New Media
Infinity Chief Calls For Radio To Be Packaged And Sold More Like TV
Radio Set To Tune In A 10% Share Of Ad Spend
From Centerfolds To Luxury Spreads: The Upward Mobility Of James Dimonekas
MediaDailyNews - Thursday, Sept. 18, 2003
Comcast Completes QVC Sale
NBC Affiliate Signs Up For Boston People Meter
Time Warner Expected To Disconnect AOL Prefix
Americans Grow Cynical Of U.S. News Coverage
Gray Lady Slips, Times Ad Revenue Tumbles In August
Screwing the Agency Leads to Screwing the Relationship
UM Taps Marketing Pro To Manage Important Brand: It's Own
VNU Cuts Staff At Advertising, Media Trade Titles
A Magazine That Targets Where The Other Half Lives
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003
Buyers Deem '8 Simple Rules' Move, Surprising, Classless and Daring
Tribune: August Reaps Modest Ad Growth
Clear Channel Donates Record Ad Sum
Senate Vote Would Maintain Media Ownership Limits
Tribune Trains Eye-Like Tab on New York City
Editor & Publisher To Edit And Publish Less Often
Dimonekas Named Assoc. Publisher of Robb Report Magazine
Parenting Ups Their Frequency
Weight Watchers Circ Scales 1 Million Mark
Red Sox, Bruins Games Go To HDTV
Comcast Cable Communications Picks nCUBE System