MediaDailyNews Issues for November 2005

MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005
Network, Cable Scatter Markets Strong, Ad Prices Rise Over Upfront
NBC's Olympic-Size Problems Could Affect Other Networks
Broadband Group Sets Online Video Ad Guidelines
Role Reversal: Agency Opens Review For Clients To Pitch
FCC Eyes Cable, Satellite TV Indecency
Navic Extends Addressable TV Ad Deal With Cox
Trish Frohman Promoted at TBS
TiVo Financials Improve In A Tough Market
Wal-Mart Claims Network Isn't Just Big, But Better Than In-Home TV
NBC News Names Capus Permanent President
Coming Attraction: Can Cinema Keep Its?
MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2005
Online Video Ad Market Reaches $225 Million, Poised To Triple
Discovery Restructures Ad Team, Each Net To Get More TLC
"The Simple Life" moves from Fox to E!
BPA To Certify Mag Subscription Agents
ANA Promotes Three
E!, AOL To Podcast "Gastineau Girls"
In A Digital Push, L.L. Bean Taps JWT, MEC
B-to-B Market Rebounds In September, Outpaces Consumer Mags
Study Finds Best TV Parental Control Is, Well, Parents
Power to the People: A Category 5
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Nov. 28, 2005
Report: TiVo Adding TV Ad Search Function
Bollore Boosts Aegis Stake Over 25%, Gains Veto Power
CBS Gives Thanks, Sweeps Victory Still Up For Grabs
Pub Puts Philanthropic Spin On Volume Discounts
Black Friday Spurs Online Shopping
Hail This Media Buy, And Keep The Meter Running
Campbell's Labels Are 'Heaven' Sent, Other Product Placements
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Nov. 25, 2005
WPP Declines To Put Up, Aegis Tells Sorrell to Shut Up -- For Six Months
David Lamb Leaves JWT, Joins Its Client Diamond Trading Company
ABC Pulls Plug On "Alias"
CBS, ABC Battle For November Sweeps, Top Season Honors
Planning Awards For Financial Services Slated
'Apprentice,' The Soft Sell
Being Reasonable: Get Rid of the Guesswork
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2005
CBS Seeks Video Search, On-Demand Deals
MTV Networks Buys GameTrailers
Tango Names Susannah Pask as Publisher
Papers Turn In Worst Print Ad Quarter Yet, Online Fuels '05 Growth
Google Becomes More Flexible, Gives Advertisers Control
Clear Channel Sets PSA Record, Donates $160 Million To Ad Council
Grey Raids Top McCann Strategists, Beefs Up Consumer Insights
Chronicle Drops Online Registration, Houston Daily Hopes To Attract Readers
In-Flight Takes Off, Circles $1 Billion Ad Milestone
First-Run Syndication Makes Strides, Off-Net Does Even Better
IP Or TV, Which Will Rule Video?
MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005
Nielsen Plan Would Avoid Audits: IRS
AOL, IAC Invest In Brightcove, Barry Diller Joins Board
Lifetime Buys Rerun Rights To "Medium"
How To Make Branded More Even-Handed
Brilliant But Converged, NBC Moves Trio From Cable To The Web
Online Ad Growth Accelerates, Jumps By A Third In Q3, Outpaces Other Media
Oprah, Not Uma, Makes 'Letterman' Debut
Coca-Cola Extends FIFA Deal Through 2010
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Nov. 21, 2005
WPP Courts Bollore, Frenchman Now Controls 12.7% Of World Media Market
TiVo To Go With iPod, PSP, Other Portables
Ogilvy & Mather Eats Up Competition to Pick Up Ragu Account
Icahn Looks For New Time Warner Board
Spike TV To Develop Its First-Ever Scripted Programming
Cisco Takes New Route, Acquires Scientific-Atlanta
Clear Channel Accelerates Digital Radio Rollout
P&G Shaves MindShare, Moves Gillette To Starcom MediaVest
CNN, Chrysler Strike Deal For Time 'Person of the Year'
Omnicom Creates Vice Chair Role, Taps Love
Clear Channel Teams With Yahoo! For Digital Outdoor Media Network
Pizza Hut Makes 'Wishes' Come True, Other Product Placements
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Nov. 18, 2005
Must P2P TV: NBC Strikes Online File-Sharing Deal
Iger Cites iPod, Tech Advances In Disney Earnings
Judge Denies Nielsen Motion, Allows Antitrust Suit To Proceed
'Lost' In Transition: Disney To Produce Mini, Mobile Episodes
Nielsen Sets '06 National Client Meeting
Dish Network Gets Its Name On A Texas Town
Financial Ads Fuel Online Surge, Telecom, PSA Up Too
MediaDailyNews - Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005
Nets To Madison Avenue: DVRs Are Good, Seriously
ABC Looks To Sitcoms For Life After "Monday Night Football"
Larry Gerbrandt Moves To Nielsen Entertainment
Nets' Ad Revenue Takes A Dive, Blame The Olympics
VNU Announces Two Casualties--IMS Deal, CEO--Unveils New Cost Cuts
Gemstar-TV Guide Formalizes Digital Media Role
AOL Embraces Print Model: Authors And Their Books
DDB Chief Takes Medical Leave
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005
Ad Leaders Embrace One New Medium -- Online -- Fret About Others
Pespi-Co. Veteran Katie Lacey Moves to ESPN
Catchphrase Of Fall TV Season: Status Quo
NBC Daytimer Named President of Martha Stewart's TV Unit
Study Puts Hurricane Media Losses In The Billions
Nielsen To Debut New Site, Will Offer Search, Other Functions
Mags Shift To Lighter Fare, Away From Religion, Gay, Ethnic Themes
Murdoch Downplays Liberty Bid For News Corp.
Report Raises Questions About Public Broadcast Chief
TV Guide: Inside TV Is Out
Lowe's Inks Marketing Deal With CBS Sports and NCAA