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  • Letter from the Publisher
    MEDIA magazine is pleased to present the ninth annual Creative Media Awards competition. The winners will be selected from finalists in each of the 21 categories you will read abo ...
  • From the Publisher
    Media magazine is pleased to present the finalists in the fifth annual Creative Media Awards competition. The winners will be selected from the finalists in each of the 15 categori ...
  • Letter From the Publisher
    Once again our editors were hit with a barrage of entries in 17 categories, for a record submission this year. Media in all forms pervade our daily lives (for bett ...
  • Letter from the Publisher
    We are pleased to announce the finalists in MediaPost's second annual OMMA Awards for online advertising creativity. Winners in 20 categories will be selected from the finalists you see he ...
  • Schmidt: Google Will Organize Your Life
    Google CEO Eric Schmidt shared an interesting view of what he foresees in the Web giant's future with the Financial Times. Schmidt said gathering more personal data is key ...
  • 'Search, Ads & Apps': Say Hello to Google's New Tagline
    The search engine behemoth can add its new tagline to the company's informal corporate motto of "don't be evil." The tagline reflects Google's added offerings, updating itself as more th ...
  • What's Next For Yahoo?
    Yahoo Chairman and Chief Executive Terry Semel has the backing of company board members to continue Yahoo's "transformation" into a more competitive rival against Google. The picture painted on Wa ...
  • Publisher's Letter
    Welcome to the third annual Creative Media Awards competition. As has become our custom, we present herein all the finalists in each category. The winners will be selected from tho ...
  • Letter from the Publisher
    We are pleased to announce the finalists in MediaPost's first-ever OMMA Awards for online advertising creativity. Winners in 19 categories will be selected from the finalists you see here a ...
  • '05 Creative Media Awards Finalists Announced
    I am pleased to announce the 46 finalists--three in each of 16 media categories--of the 2005 Creative Media Awards competition. For those who have not received a copy ...
  • Creative Media Award Finalists Announced
    I am pleased to announce the finalists of the 2005 Creative Media Awards competition in the online categories. ...
  • FORECASTS
    I have a very simple approach to the weather. Years of experience have taught me that summer tends to be warm and winter cold, and I dress accordingly. I t ...
  • How Advertising Got 'W' Re-elected
    A look backward from the future ............. ...
  • Winning Hearts and Minds
    I went to college in Evanston, Illinois, a suburb north of Chicago, about 35 years ago. Recent events have gotten me thinking about those days again. ...
  • Power Failures
    The blackout has gotten me thinking about the good life. ...
  • Is the Media Universe Expanding or Contracting?
    It is hard to tell sometimes. Signs of contraction are everywhere in the troubled media epoch we have been living through. Layoffs, restructurings, new managements abound, all signs of ...
  • Movin' on Up
    My summer reading has been a book called "The Journey of Man," by Spencer Wells. I recommend it. Subtitled "A Genetic Odyssey," it tells the story of the migration ...
  • Days at the Races
    Sometimes it's better to be in the right place at the right time than to be the best horse on the field. ...
  • Digging Dirt
    At the Mediapost office a couple of weeks ago, we were discussing XMOS. I wondered what it was, though I thought I knew. I asked for more info because ...
  • Don't Play Misty Just Yet
    Ad:Tech. Makes me misty just to say the name. I was the early financial backer of Ad:Tech way back in 1996, the wild wild west days of the Internet indus ...
  • Misunderestimated
    That's the kind of economic recovery we've got on our hands now. It's very George Bushian -- with a firmer foundation and more strength than we expect. ...
  • Lost In Yonkers
    It happens to me from time to time. I'm racing home from the city in rush hour traffic and reach a stand still at a place where there shouldn't ...
  • Inflation, Deflation: What's it gonna be?
    I gotta know right now! Listening to WQXR while doing some office chores this AM ..... At news breaks, Sam Hall is talking about deflation and sagging economies in Europ ...
  • THE BOOK OF VIRTUES: My Gambling Life
    When William Bennett gave up gambling last week, I, like many others, thought: "What a hypocrite to be jetting around the country talking about morality while at the same ti ...
  • Top 10 Ways To Know When the Recession is Over
    Since the President has now officially focused the country back on domestic issues, I got to thinking about how we would know when the recession is really over. Forget t ...
  • Star Wars
    Still doing taxes (see last week for why). Today Show on for background noise. You know the war is over when Katie and Matt are leading with the world's smalle ...
  • 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 ...
  • Last In. First Out: An Economic Treatise
    (Or how to create a better future for your company and the United States of America.) ...
  • Rubber Ball
    The stock market goes up. The stock market goes down. What does it have to do with advertising? Plenty. ...
  • Embedded in Iraq
    Seems like we all are. And embedded seems a lot like mired. The rest of our lives seem to have ground to a halt while those columns advance toward Bagh ...