• Glory Days Celebrated (Chicago Tribune)
    NYC fetes closed magazines.
  • Verizon, Spam Co. Reach Settlement (AP)
    One of the world's most prolific purveyors of bulk email, or spam, has been barred from sending messages to Verizon customers under a legal settlement.
  • Publishing Turns A Page (Business Week)
    S&P likes many names in the group, especially newspapers, where ad revenue is finally starting to pick up again.
  • Web Spending To Rise For Holidays (AP)
    Europeans will spend more money online this holiday season than consumers in other regions, including North America, according to projections released Monday by a research firm.
  • U.S. Advertising Recovery Belies Weak Consumer Data (Reuters)
    Even with consumer confidence sinking, job prospects darkening and the threat of war looming, television and radio companies are luxuriating in an ad-driven rebound some expect to run through next year.
  • Case Open On AOL Spinoff (Dow Jones)
    Chairman would support taking AOL back.
  • MSN, Yahoo Threaten AOL's User Base--Forrester (Reuters)
    America Online's loyal users and its e-mail and instant messaging services should sustain the Internet arm of AOL Time Warner Inc. through 2003, but new offerings from rivals MSN and Yahoo Inc. will dent AOL's user base, Forrester Research analyst Charlene Li said on Monday.
  • More Low Ratings For World Series (AP)
    Even though the World Series went seven games, it still may set a record low for televising ratings.
  • Online Ads On A Roll (CNET)
    MSN says revenue is underestimated.
  • AMC MonsterFest: Scarily Interactive (TVinsite)
    AMC will launch its first-ever interactive TV event — a two-screen gaming sweepstakes built around its "MonsterFest 24/7" Halloween programming stunt.
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