Around the Net In Media Editions for June 2005
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, June 30, 2005
Havas Hunt Not Over Yet
NBC Eyes Merging Network & Cable News
Money's Tight, Unless You're a Competitive Phone or Cable Provider
ABC Drops Show After Complaints by Civil Rights Groups
Time Decides to Hand Over Notes of Writer Facing Prison
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, June 29, 2005
Pax Rebrands as "i" July 1
'Greta' Great for Fox News in June
Universal McCann Trims '05 Ad Spending View
SEC Widens Investigation Of IPG
Dru Elects to Stay at TBWA
MTV Launches New Gay Cable TV Channel
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Get Well Soon...DTC Ads Still Under the Weather
Logistics Of 4As Advertising Week Announced
2005 Ad Spending To Increase 3.4%
Interpublic Says CFO Thompson to Leave
Wal-Mart Heir John Walton Dies in Crash
How to Market Hummers to the Masses
Around the Net In Media - Monday, June 27, 2005
It's There In Black And White...
Upstart Ad Firm Leaps To Mad Ave.
A-B Hails New Movie As One Big Budweiser Commercial
Carsey-Werner May Limit TV Ties
Advertisers Pour More Money Into the Big Screen
Net To Newspapers: Drop Dead
TiVo Names Tom Rogers As Chief Executive
Around the Net In Media - Friday, June 24, 2005
Sprint Name To Dominate After Merger With Nextel
Public Broadcasters Face 'the Fight of Our Lives'
Name Brands Embrace Some Less-Well-Off Kinfolk
ESPN, ABC Sports Merge Operations
Leading Research Firm Urges Newspapers to Combine Print/Online Numbers
Senate punts on broadcast flag option
US newspapers find readers-if not money-on the Web
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, June 23, 2005
NBC Not Panicking on Ad Sales Decline
Ad Firms Fight to Find Fee Model for Creativity
Classic Icons Seek Fresh Fame
50 Best Magazines
TBWA CEO Jean-Marie Dru Negotiating Exit
Lowe's Eyes 4 Finalists in $315 Mil. Review
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, June 22, 2005
New Uses of Traditional Ad Media Roar to Awards
AMC and Loews to Merge as Consolidation Continues
A.M.A. to Study Effect of Marketing Drugs to Consumers
The Snapple Ice Pop That Ate Union Square
De Pouzilhac Is Out As Havas Chairman And CEO
Delivering The Message
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Facing 'Staggered' Contract Suit, Nielsen Extends 'Landmark' Contract With Time Warner
LLKFB Changes Name to Unit 7
Chug Milk, Shed Pounds? Not So Fast
Adelphia Founder Rigas Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison
Why Being First Matters So Much. And Why Marketers Don't Want to Hear About It
Sony Denies Awarding Ad Account To McKinney & Silver
Around the Net In Media - Monday, June 20, 2005
Cablevision May Go Private
Sold-Out Nets Still Adding to Upfront
Advertisers Forced to Think Way Outside the Box
Networks and the Outside Producer: Can They Co-Exist?
'Kill Bill' Did It. 'Lost in Translation' Did, Too. Now Mitsubishi Plays Up Japan's Hip Factor.
Unleashing The Ads Of Summer
Havas Board Meets as Bollore Courts Dru
Fund Research Kingpin Wins Inc., Fast Company
Around the Net In Media - Friday, June 17, 2005
Court Upholds N.Y. State Ban on Courtroom Cameras
Americans Prefer Watching Movies at Home
Oprah Sits Atop Forbes Celeb List
Time to Tune into Sirius?
Ford, Chrysler Stung By GM 'Employee Discount' Strategy
An Onslaught Of Hidden Ads
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