Around the Net In Media Editions for March 2006
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 31, 2006
Mr. Magazine Interviews Dennis Publishing's President
Eisner's Audience Is Mickey Mouse As His CNBC Show Gets Started
Chinese Authorities Shut Down Rolling Stone After Inaugural Issue
Kelly: Pecker Under Tremendous Pressure To Produce Profits
Grassroots Web Journalism Is Finding An Audience--In Print
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 30, 2006
NBC's Prime-time Weakness Is Good News For "Scrubs"
Demographer: To Go Where The Money Is, Look To Older Audiences
Progress Is Slow, But No One Has Given Up On The Future Of E-Books
Ethnic Media Quietly Creating A Story Of Enormous Success
Six Newspapers To Participate In Industry-wide Experiment
Time Inc. Seems Serious (Again) About Its Web Strategy
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Why Didn't Condé Nast Give Cargo A New Editor?
Emap Magazine Execs Look Beyond Doom And Gloom, Accept The Internet
Blog Syndicator Makes Experimental Leap Into The Newspaper Space
Industry Exec: Media Owners Are 'Too Old' For The Young Technologies
TV Upfronts Confront The Reality Of DVRs And Other New Technologies
Friedman: CNBC Errs By Undercutting Its Sober Image
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 28, 2006
With Book Coming Next Month, American Media's Bonnie Fuller Explains Herself
Time Warner Cable Thinking About Hits Channel For Time-Shifters
Newspapers Are In Decline, Yes, But Far From Dead
Time-Shifted Ratings Worth Less Than Live Ratings In Upfront?
Have Celeb Magazines Peaked? Kurt Andersen Hopes So
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 27, 2006
Tomorrow: The Da Vinci Code and The Jesus Papers Take To The Shelves
Media Buyers Impressed By NBC's Lineup Of New Programs
Bertelsmann Preparing to Unload Its Music Division
Washington Post Trips Over Effort To Introduce Blog By Outsider
New Digital Content Service Will Sell Related Ads As Option
NBC Universal Planning Daytime Talker For Post-"Today" Slot
Around the Net In Media - Friday, March 24, 2006
No Bonanza For Danza; Ratings Almost Hot, Slots Sadly Not
Best Explanation Yet Of The Coming Newspaper-Web Combo
Norman Pearlstine Sees Newspapers Giving Way To New Channels
Molly Ivins Thinks All That Newspapers-Are-Dead Talk Is Overblown
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, March 23, 2006
"South Park" Fans Demand Yanked Scientology Spoof Get New Airdate
Familiar Names Top List of City/Regional Mag Award Finalists
MTV Networks Preparing To Launch Loaded Broadband Channel
Magazines Not Exactly Leaping To Mobile Platforms
Marketers Less Enthusiastic About Plain-Jane TV Advertising
Writer Offers Bold 5-Point Makeover Of Time Warner
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Verizon Will Pay CBS For Right To Carry Programmming On New Service
Pecker's American Media May Not Get Its Close-Up
New Search Toolbar Will Allow Access To Some Premium Content
Bold Admission By A Newspaper Exec: The Net Often Beats Print
Newspapers Going Outside The Newsstand Box For Survival and Growth
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Why Hachette's Magazines Don't Win Those Coveted Ellies
Dick Parsons: Investors Just Not In Love With Old Media
Newspapers' Staffers Hope To Buy Former Knight Ridder Papers
Bill Gates On The Future Of Media: It's The Tablet, Stupid
Cable Execs Confident About Their Ability To Sign Up Phone Subs
Startup Will Allow TV Viewers To Play Games--Live--On Mobile Phones
Around the Net In Media - Monday, March 20, 2006
Guccione: Mags Need To Focus On Their Very Real Value
Will McClatchy's Gary Pruitt Prove To Be Newspapers' Great Savior?
Brave New World: Analog Needs Digital And Digital Needs Analog
NBC's 'Today' Has Narrowed Couric Successor List To Three Names
Washington Post's Cuts Are A Depressing Sign For Big Papers Everywhere
Uni's Music Channel Could Post Legitimate Competition To MTV
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