Wednesday, November 20, 2002
  • Cable Tops Primetime

    Ad-supported cable recorded its highest primetime U.S. household delivery of the season during the week ending Nov. 17, according to the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau. Ad-supported cable’s average primetime U.S. household delivery rose by 1.8 million homes to 30.2 million, up 6.5% compared to the same period a year ago. Its primetime rating climbed 1.4 points to 28.3, up 5.2%, and its share increased by 2.2 points to 45.6, up 5.1%. ...Read the whole story

  • LA Newspapers Get AdStar Classifieds

    AdStar has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Newspaper Group (LANG), a division of MediaNews Group, to provide Web-based classified advertising sales functionality for LANG's eight member websites. As a result of the agreement, AdStar will power the online classified ad transaction services for LANG's newspapers, including the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (www.dailybulletin.com), Long Beach Press-Telegram (www.presstelegram.com), Los Angeles Daily News (www.dailynews.com), Pasadena Star-News (www.pasdenastarnews.com), Redlands Daily Facts (www.redlandsdailyfacts.com), San Bernardino County Sun (www.sbsun.com), San Gabriel Valley Tribune (www.sgvtribune.com), and the Whittier Daily News (www.whittierdailynews.com). The combined Sunday circulation of these newspapers is more than 585,000. LANG is owned ... ...Read the whole story

  • 24/7 Real Media to Rep All-Hotels Limited

    24/7 Real Media, Inc. announced today it has signed an exclusive global representation agreement with All-Hotels Limited, which operates all-hotels.com - a hotel and accommodation site. The agreement includes exclusive rights for 24/7 Real Media to sell advertising and sponsorships for all-hotels.com, which will use 24/7 Real Media's Open AdStream technology to meet its ad serving management needs. ...Read the whole story

  • Ziff Launches Gaming Mag

    Ziff Davis Media Game Group today announced a new magazine, GMR, a monthly video and PC game publication. The magazine will be a combined effort between Ziff Davis Media, and Electronics Boutique, one of the largest and best known specialty retailers of electronic games. GMR (an abbreviation for "Gamer") will cover games on the PS2, Xbox, GameCube, PC and Game Boy Advance. Simon Cox, currently the Creative Director for the Ziff Davis Media Game Group, will serve as the editor-in-chief of GMR. Single copies will be sold at more than 1,000 EB Games, Electronics Boutique or EBX stores. GMR will ... ...Read the whole story

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