Around the Net In Media Editions for September 2008
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008
'Wall Street Journal' Offers Wine Promotion
NPR Adds Social Online Offerings
Canoe's Addressable System Likely to Fall Short
ESPN to Air More Live Games Instead of Shows
HBO Plans Series on U.S. Exodus
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Sept. 29, 2008
AT&T Dumps Dish TV For DirecTV
Senate Creates 'Copyright Czar'
McClatchy Revamps Debt, Other Papers to Follow
Sarah Ivens to Leave OK, Bonnie Fuller Eyed
Revenue Growth At Largest Media Dips to 4.6%
Current TV Hacks The Debate
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Sept. 26, 2008
Media General Faces Debt, Slashes Dividend
Enfatico CEO: Plan Behind Dell's Campaign
Amber Alert Billboards Might Add Advertising
Endemol Reaches Beyond Reality Into Sports
NBC Takes Heat For Mitchell Reporting on Husband Alan Greenspan
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008
'WSJ' Hires McGarryBowen For New Projects
Paramount Begins Net Foray Tied to Brands
Oscars Hire Condon to Beat Emmys' Fate
Fewer Job Titles At Rebranded Mindshare
TNT, Lincoln Tell Crime Story in Microseries
KFC Issues Veiled Threat to Racy '90210'
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2008
New Ad Research Tool Crosses Media
Major Media Fight FCC on Placement Disclosure
Media Firms Must Think Beyond Advertising
GroupM's Goldstein: Clients Will "Stay the Course"
Despite Economic Woes, TV Nets Need Online Video
'Baltimore Sun' Partners With Rival TV Station
Lexus Launches Content Channel With 'Friends' Star
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008
'WSJ' Partners With Site For Web Obits
Rather's $70 Million CBS Suit To Proceed
'Chicago Trib' Names New Publisher
Digital In-Store Ads Get Personal
'National Enquirer' Era May Be Over
Building a News Outlet Without Employees
Networks Forfeit Integration Fees
'Politico' Is Booming While News Industry Struggles
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Sept. 22, 2008
Paltrow Spices Up TV Food Show
Cut the Bull From Wall Street Ads
Media Owners Brace for Tougher '09
Prevention Spawns New Section 'Cook!'
'NY Sun' Editor: 'Hope' for Paper
GM To Reverse Strategy, 'Pull Back' On All Media
TV Nets Tap Quantcast For Demo Data
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Sept. 19, 2008
NYT Sales Down But Suggest Improvement
CNBC Ratings Double During Banking Chaos
LG Electronics Sponsors Emmys, Wins an Emmy
Dolan: Cablevision Is Not For Sale
TV Promos Hardly Help Radio, Says Study
Al Gore Eyes Stake in Eco Mag 'Plenty'
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008
Slimmer, Flashier 'Chicago Trib' Debuts Sept. 29
Reader's Digest Names Altman Publisher
Creator of Bud Lizards Gets HBO Series
NBC Parent GE Watches Shares Sink
New HBO Rival Scrambles For A Cable Distributor
MSNBC Launches Site For Dateline Reporter
Hot Campaign 'Ads' Get Little Air Time
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008
McClatchy Slashes Dividend, 10% of Staff
New Jersey Attorney General Subpoenas Arbitron
L.A. Times Staffers Sue Zell, Tribune
NBC Unveils Digital Entertainment for Fall
Scripps Sells 'Stories' Along With Ads
Wall Street Crisis Hurts Wounded Ad Market
Why Cable Will Survive an Economic Meltdown
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