Around the Net In Media Editions for April 2006
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 28, 2006
In Digital Age, Magazines Must Establish 24/7 Interaction With Readers
Top Entertainment Execs Gather To Assess Web's Role In Their Biz
Ford Goes All The Way, Will Produce Its Own Reality TV Show
Propelled by Falling Circulation, Christian Science Monitor Goes Web-Happy
Singleton: 'No Bigger Problem' For Newspapers Than The Internet
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 27, 2006
Rumors That The New York Times May Take The Company Private
TiVo's New Box Allows For Recording Two Shows Simultaneously
It Sounds Zany, But It's True: Jagger Signs For ABC Sitcom
Newspapers Delivered Via E-Ink Are Moving Into Real-World Test Phase
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Attacks BBC For Its Web Initiatives
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Which Celeb Endorsers Turn Out To Be Turn-Offs For Consumers?
The So-Called Thumb Economy Is Expanding Rapidly In Shanghai
Radio Professionals Told To Chase Younger Audiences
Rather, Brokaw Reflect On The New Role Of Anchors, Network Newscasts
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Fortune Examines Behavior Of Old- And New-Media Stocks
Hershel Sarbin On The Question Of Magazines' Vitality
Familiar Story: Old Media Losing Ad Dollars To Emerging Platforms
On A Ratings Roll, BET Launches A Broadband Channel
Local TV Stations Focus On Keeping Eyeballs and Advertisers Local
Robb Report And Its Rich Cousins Could Bring $500 Million
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 24, 2006
Columbia Web Editor: 'Messy Times' For Media
Late To The Party, TV Guide Moves Into Blogs As Possible Revenue Source
For Local TV Stations, Breaking The Rules Is A Recommended Strategy
Goldman Sachs Has Negative View of Newspaper Industry
Comcast's Burke: VOD Is A Treasure Trove For Advertisers
TV And The Web Still In Early Days Of Partnering
Around the Net In Media - Friday, April 21, 2006
How The Internet Is Ruining The Good Old Days For Film Critics
Media Revolution Is All About Small, Not Large, Audiences
'Cooking' Didn't Cook: NBC Cancels Show After Just Three Tries
Shocker: Opie and Anthony Could Be Stern's CBS Replacement
Philips And Time Inc. Agree On Simplicity Of Contents Location
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, April 20, 2006
Will Shock Mag Be Too Much Of A Shock For U.S. Audiences?
Primedia Will Launch Motor Trend TV For Secondary Digital Channels
Don't Expect Scandal To Sour Burkle On Newspaper Business
The Blogosphere Is Having A Negative Impact On Aspiring Journalists
In TV News These Days, It's The Banter That Gets The Gold
Philips Seeks Patent On Tech To Cancel DVR's Ad-Skipping Feature
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, April 19, 2006
NBC Has Plan To Reach Viewers While They're Pumping Gas
New York Times Turns Its Attention To The Hoo-Ha Over Page Six
Berkeley Prof Says Wirelines Would Reduce Bills For TV Subscribers
New Wrinkle: High-Def TV Can Pose Big Problem For On-Air Talent
Eisner Reportedly Has Trouble Launching An Investment Firm
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Nikki Finke Was Right: L.A. Times Loses Revenues From Movie Ads
On-Demand Programming Is Shaking Up The Old Order, And Quickly
Sumner Redstone On Sumner Redstone: A Media Mogul In Full
Merrill Lynch Predicts Online Ads Will Overtake Magazine Advertising This Year
TV Affiliates Face Up To Fact That Exclusivity Is Dead
PBS, Following Commercial TV, Is Thinking About Going Multi-Platform
Around the Net In Media - Monday, April 17, 2006
Radio Advertising Bureau Urges Loyalty To Tried-And-True Medium
Hispanics Zoom Past African-Americans As Target Of Advertisers
Kentucky Paper Pioneers Use Of Mashups For Yard-Sale Classifieds
Cable Customers May Be Confusing Freedom With Choice
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