Two top executives in New York are leaving the Young & Rubicam division of the WPP Group, with no future plans announced.
New electronic-paper billboards, which rotate ads like a screensaver cycling through images on a computer screen, may one day replace traditional billboards.
A half-dozen women gather in a house to help each other improve their lives, all the while being filmed for television.
U.S. consumer confidence improved strongly in August as Americans pinned their hopes on brighter economic times ahead, a survey published on Tuesday showed.
The proposed merger between the nation's largest Hispanic television network and radio chain has drawn the usual antitrust scrutiny that accompanies every major media union. However, Univision Communication Inc.'s $3 billion bid to buy Hispanic Broadcasting Corp. is not just any merger, thanks to the participants - it has spurred considerable political debate and hit ethnic hot buttons as well.
Cable television channel MTV said on Friday it aims to rock the print publishing world with a two-issue trial run of a new publication, MTV Magazine.
While millions of north Americans struggled to make do without electricity, advertisers were also left powerless.
Vivendi Universal will decide between bids from NBC, Liberty Media Corp. and a group headed by former Seagram Co. executive Edgar Bronfman for the sale of its entertainment assets.
Radio, the first mass broadcast medium, reassumed its dominance Thursday when power failed in the Detroit metro area.
Television networks are devising new short programs for the coming seasons, a vehicle that media watchers say could become central to commercial advertising formats in the next few years.