Wednesday, January 4, 2006
  • Dow Jones Shakeup Signals More Print, Online Integration For The Journal

    One of the most high-profile and powerful married couples in American media will be leaving their jobs at Dow Jones & Co., publisher of … Read the whole story

  • New CBS Has An Old Hankering: CNN's Business

    CBS started its new corporate life on Tuesday with a glitzy new "eye" logo, and also let it be known that it once again … Read the whole story

  • Optimedia Taps Deutsch's Novenstern As Electronic Media Chief

    After a three-month search, Publicis' Optimedia unit has filled the top post for its convergent media-buying unit with a well-regarded executive known primarily for … Read the whole story

  • DVR Data Proves 'Supernatural,' Boosts Ratings For Some Shows

    Nielsen's new DVR-included audience ratings data doesn't give buyers and sellers much to haggle about--yet. Network programs continued to elicit small or no gains … Read the whole story

  • Havas Asks Media Chief To Run Company, May Align With Aegis

    Vincent Bollore, the chairman of Paris-based Havas and an influential shareholder in British rival Aegis Group, has asked Havas' top media executive to become … Read the whole story

  • ESPN, ABC Sports Tune Into iTunes

    Walt Disney Co., looking to one-up the competition for portable entertainment, will now offer football games through its deal with Apple Computer's iTunes Music … Read the whole story