Around the Net In Media Editions for July 2009
Around the Net In Media - Friday, July 31, 2009
Lamar Fights Cities, Towns to Keep Digital Billboards
Smaller Papers Reach Economic Bottom, Says Broker
Emmy Changes: More Taped Awards, More Star Power
Nickelodeon Gets a Major Makeover
Comcast, Cox, Time Warner See Boost in 'Triple Play' Subs
ABC to Hold Back Upfront Inventory for Scatter
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, July 30, 2009
Epix Movie Network Wins TV Toehold Via Verizon
'L.A. Times' To Deliver
'Washington Post' Makes Mobile Strategy More Local
Pew: More Consumers Substitute Online TV for Cable
Animal Planet Bows Investigative Series About Testing, Abuse
Marketers Ask Radio Execs for Research, Flexibility
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Palo Alto 'Daily News' Goes from Tab to Broadsheet
Lifetime, 'Marie Claire' Join Hands for 'Project Runway'
Major Media Agencies and Owners Try Out MediaEquals
Vincent Bollore Sells Paper Subsidiary to Republic
Fox, CW Set to Finish Upfront Sales
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Media Firms vs. Google in Real Estate Listings Brawl
Weather Channel in Web Pact With Frommer's
Why Cooke Is Buying Local Newspapers from Cox
Showtime Adds Subscribers With 'Weeds,' 'Dexter'
American Media Suspends 'Mom & Baby' Mag
'USA Today' Launches e-Edition, Weekender
Around the Net In Media - Monday, July 27, 2009
Publisher Hearst Ups Stake in Fitch Ratings
'NYT' Gets As Much Money From Circ as From Ads
Stations Set to Tackle ESPN's Local Push
QVC Bets on a Part-Pitch, Part-Reality Show for Mizrahi
Reality TV Continues Its Fascination With Obesity
ESPN, CNN Lure Advertisers With Word-of-Mouth Data
Around the Net In Media - Friday, July 24, 2009
'Ann Arbor News' Prints Last Edition After 174 Years
AP Sets Up News Registry to Track Content
Valassis Wins $300 Mil in Suit Against News Corp. Unit
'More' Teams With Candace Bushnell for Web Project
ESPN Bans 'NY Post' Reporters Over Andrews Video
Disney Eyes Subscription Model for TV Shows, Movies
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, July 23, 2009
'Boston Globe' Launches Nontraditional Marketing Dept.
FCC To Revisit Kids TV Rules
Media General Trims Its Way to 2Q Profits
'Ugly Betty' Heads to TV Guide Network
'National Geo' To Print Custom Covers With Readers' Photos
Top Publishers Join Consortium to Monetize Content
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, July 22, 2009
CBS News Teams With Channel One Network
'US Weekly' Editor Janice to Exit
September Fashion Mags See Ads Plunge
GM Owes Publicis Less Than First Feared
Spike TV Uses Web to Pick 'Cute' Spokeswoman
Arbitron's Q2 Profit Swells
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, July 21, 2009
'Boston Globe' Union Approves Cuts
Hyundai Kia Reviews $300 Mil Overseas Media Biz
Fashion Mags Brace for Make-or-Break Month
ABC Launches August Reality Show With Shaq
'The Wanted' Makes News Feel Like an Action Movie
Political Ads to Help Broadcasters' Recovery
Conde Nast Taps McKinsey to 'Rethink' Business
Around the Net In Media - Monday, July 20, 2009
Costs Drive Down Televisa's Net Income
Is Business Journalism Dying?
Weider's 'Muscle & Fitness' Bucks the Downturn
TV Sports, NFL Tackled by Economic Crises
New Day for Resurgent Universal McCann
Univision Has Sold 65% Of World Cup Ads, Sponsorships
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