Television News Daily Issues for April 2012
Television News Daily - Monday, April 30, 2012
Undertone Goes On-The-Air, Uses TV To 'Pitch' Online Ad Buys
Second Screen: What Are Tablet Users Doing While TV Viewing?
VideoDaily Roundup: Hulu Considers TV Everywhere Model
Is Streaming Hurting Kids' Channels?
TV Ads Linked To Unhealthy Diets
Kimmel Jabs Washington, Madison Avenue Next
If The Web Helps TV Advertising, What Will Help Online Video Ads? Better Programming
Guyardo Adds Addressable, Digital Ad Sales At DirecTV
Tablet Second Screening Captures Every Demo
20% Of Americans Connect TVs To Internet
Simulmedia Raises $6 Million, New Round Will Help Rollout Of Targeted TV Ad Net
Do Other Media Need Upfront Markets?
Television News Daily - Friday, April 27, 2012
Report: Providence Wants Out Of Hulu
FCC Plays Politics, Orders TV Stations To Publish Ad Rates Online
VideoDaily Roundup: Digital Video Still A Drop In TV's Bucket
Smart TV Ads Gain Greater Consumer Reach
DIY, PBS Kids, NFL Viewers Generate Best Ad Response
Yes, Broadband And TV Are Linked
Will Dogs Watch TV?
Journal Communications: Broadcast Revs Up, Print Down
GroundLink Appeals To Secret Agent Inside
Return-Path-Data Lexicon: QIP and QAM
TV Somewhere: When Everywhere Doesn't Work (Like With Kids)
The Ad Market As It Is
You've Got To Hand It To 'The Client List' -- And To 'Mad Men'
TV Spending Crosses $70 Billion Barrier
TV Ad Spending Appears To Pass $70 Billion For The First Time, Sports Spending Also Growing
More Original Programs Provide Value -- But So Do Reruns
Television News Daily - Thursday, April 26, 2012
Comcast Calls Bloomberg A Liar; Publishes Long Must-Read For New HIres
Meredith's TV Revs Solid, Top Magazines' Poor Performance
Belo Airs Uptick In Q1 Revs
Oxygen Doubles Original Shows, Gets 'Confidential'
Brand USA, By Roseanne Cash, JWT
Will Dogs Watch TV?
Yes, Broadband And TV Are Linked
Return-Path-Data Lexicon: QIP and QAM
More Original Programs Provide Value -- But So Do Reruns
The Ad Market As It Is
News Items Reveal A Changing T/V Landscape
'Downton' Fans Have Reason To Be Worried
GroundLink Appeals To Secret Agent Inside
Traditional TV Companies Need Some Tangible Product Extensions
Television News Daily - Wednesday, April 25, 2012
'Big Brother' Expands To 3 Nights
Confusion By Design -- Or How I Learned To Hate My Program Guide
Trop50 Extends Products -- And 'Girlfriends' Campaign
TV Incentive Social Media Programs Gain Ground
Aspire Signs Launch Sponsors
NBC Seeks Near-Million$ For Football Spot
The Future Of TV Is In Broadband
Barry Diller Tells Senate: Online Video Same As Trad TV
Episode 506: I Dream of Janie -- Or, It's Not Over Till The Vodka Bottle Sings
NewFronts Are A Rookie Success Story
With New Video Portal, AOL Puts The 'On' Back In America Online
Netflix Finds Promise In Video 'Seams'
Television News Daily - Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Nimble TV To Stream TV Subscriptions
NimbleTV Begins Testing Its TV Everywhere-Like Service
How Investigation Discovery Became 'America's Fastest-Growing Network'
TV Incentive Social Media Programs Gain Ground
CBS V. ComStar In Suit Over Rights To 'Happy Days' & Other Sitcoms
UK's First Indie Internet Channel Debuts In Manchester
Subscribers Jump At 'TV Network' Netflix
Sunday Remains Tough For Broadcasters
CW's Loyal Viewers May Provide Clue To TV Stations' Future
On The Internet, Somebody Knows You're A Dog Watching TV In Bed
Aereo Makes Its Way To Washington
Three-Quarters of Online Video Buyers Planning TV and Web Video Buys in Tandem
Television News Daily - Monday, April 23, 2012
Nimble TV To Stream TV Subscriptions
NimbleTV Begins Testing Its TV Everywhere-Like Service
How Investigation Discovery Became 'America's Fastest-Growing Network'
CBS V. ComStar In Suit Over Rights To 'Happy Days' & Other Sitcoms
Old Spice Champion: Sweet Smell Of Success
NimbleTV Begins Beta Push For TV Everywhere Service
Cuban Moving Away From Joe Fan Reputation
CW's Loyal Viewers May Provide Clue To TV Stations' Future
Three-Quarters of Online Video Buyers Planning TV and Web Video Buys in Tandem
Television News Daily - Friday, April 20, 2012
Hulu Upfront Pitches Strong Viewership, 'Battleground,' 'Day' Shows
Research On iPad's TV Usage Needs New Direction
VOD Delivery May Offer $1 Bil Ad Haul
Why 'Mad Men' May Not Make The Best Ad Buy
Return-Path Data Lexicon: Bandwidth Optimization
With Lower Ratings Cause Studios To Ramp Up Show Marketing?
VideoDaily Roundup: Google Joins GRP Race, TV Everywhere Ramps Up Offerings
Where Have All The Viewers Gone? There Are No Easy Answers
DirecTV Cuts Price for "NFL Sunday Ticket"
Anti-tobacco TV ads help adults stop smoking, study finds
Toons, Toons, Toons, Everywhere: Cartoon Network Taps The Mobile Sitter Effect
Television News Daily - Friday, April 20, 2012
Hulu Upfront Pitches Strong Viewership, 'Battleground,' 'Day' Shows
VOD Delivery May Offer $1 Bil Ad Haul
Why 'Mad Men' May Not Make The Best Ad Buy
A Convenient Truth For Networks: Warm Weather Doesn't Hurt Viewing
VideoDaily Roundup: Google Joins GRP Race, TV Everywhere Ramps Up Offerings
With Lower Ratings Cause Studios To Ramp Up Show Marketing?
Return-Path Data Lexicon: Bandwidth Optimization
DirecTV Cuts Price for "NFL Sunday Ticket"
Television News Daily - Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Upfront Estimates: Modest Rev Gains, CPM Hikes
Survey: Viewers Prefer A La Carte Cable TV
Cable Networks Move Beyond Specialties
NBC Owned Stations To Sell Ads For Comcast Sports Group
Time Warner Cable Launches Live TV App For Android
Media General Broadcast Revs Up 12%
CBS Interactive Acquires Ad Rights To Top eSports Players
Google's Brand Initiatives Bring Offline Metrics To Online Ads
'GMA' Bests 'Today' For First Time In 16 Years
Mitsubishi Hires A Temp So You Can Drive
Parents Television Council Calls Out 'Apt 23'
Ikea Makes Sofas, Swedish Meatballs -- And Now, TVs
CBSi In Partnership With TwitchTV, Major League Gaming
Media Insights Q&A With Nielsen's Pat Dineen
In Live TV, Advertisers Don't Mind Paying For Commercials That Run Until Completion
Episode 505: 'Signal 30': Fixing the Drip, Or The Punishment Of The X-Y (Gene)
What If Usage Fees Applied To Traditional Show Watching?
TV Everywhere Brings Networks Huge Opportunity With No Ad Skipping
Campaign Spotlights New N.J. Neurosurgical Center
BMW Preps 2012 Olympics Campaign
More than 25% of Video Viewing is Off the TV; Ad Predictions for 2012
Television News Daily - Tuesday, April 17, 2012
NBC TV, Comcast Strike Ad Deal
Food Network Brands Restaurant Reservation Service
AOL Uses Nielsen Ratings, Peels Ad Dollars From TV
Hulu Changes Ad Commitments To Benefit Brands
Hulu Revamps Ad Policies, Personalizes TV Experience
Telemundo Chief: Hispanic TV Channels Get Half As Many Ads As They Should
TitleMax Signs Up For Rentrak Data
Tablet Users Watch More TV, Viewing Drops On Laptops
'House Beautiful,' HSN Multiplatform Home Furnishings Marketplace
BET Moves Into 'Daily Show' Territory
STP Is Back With The King
NBCU Forms Style Media To Embrace Content, Products
A Macy's Reality Makeover With TLC
What If Usage Fees Applied To Traditional Show Watching?
TV Hook-Ups Popular
MSG Launches Renovation Retrospective
Who's That Girl? It's Zooey Deschanel
NFL Now Allows Gambling Ads, But Not On TV
Troy-Bilt Adds Some Shazam To TV Spot
Romney On "SNL" Would Be Comedic For Him
Mitsubishi Hires A Temp So You Can Drive
TV Can Drive Social Media Activity, Accenture Finds
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