• Report: Sites Missing From Google (AP)
    What you get through Google's powerful and popular search engines may depend on where you live.
  • Global Ad Firms Face Hurdles As Spending Lags (Reuters)
    As the world's advertising companies limp into the fourth quarter, they face a series of hurdles in the form of accounting questions, depressed client spending and a hangover from the acquisition binge of the past decade.
  • More Time Sought for Media-Ownership Review (B&C)
    Consumer groups and media labor unions want to slow down the Federal Communications Commission’s effort to rewrite broadcast-ownership rules.
  • West Wing at Ratings Crossroads (AP)
    Three consecutive best-drama Emmys. A prestigious Peabody Award. One of TV's most affluent audiences. All that, and "The West Wing" still must account for losing viewers to "The Bachelor."
  • SEC To Move Against Stewart (Forbes)
    What did Stewart do? What did she know when she did it? And what's the proper name for Martha? hat did Stewart do? What did she know when she did it?
  • O'Donnell Files Countersuit (Dow Jones)
    Charges G&J takeover.
  • FCC Chief Sees Progress In Transition To Digital TV (Dow Jones)
    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission vowed the agency will keep pushing to advance digital television and said the transition has advanced in the last year.
  • Ford Denies Report of Doubling U.S. Ad Spending (Reuters)
    Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday denied a report it planned to double advertising spending for its Ford division in the United States, quashing speculation that had boosted the shares of its ad agency.
  • Premium Services Having Tough Time (EM Online)
    Weak economy hurts pay cable.
  • Terra.com Teams With Fox (PAID Content)
    Spanish-language sports television network in the U.S., have partnered for a content, sales and marketing alliance.
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