Friday, May 18, 2007
  • Research Reveals Young Adults Read More Magazines, Not Less

    At a time when many assume that younger, tech-savvy people are turning their backs on print media, a highly regarded researcher has come up … Read the whole story

  • Fox Fall: 10 New Shows, Great Stability

    Fox Entertainment President Peter Liguori brushed aside suggestions that "American Idol" may be losing steam Thursday, while saying the network's new 2007-08 schedule is … Read the whole story

  • CW: New Shows, New Ad Positions For Fall

    Looking to shake up its prime-time lineup, CW will add three new dramas, a new comedy and two reality series, including one without commercials--rare … Read the whole story

  • Private Equity Sets Sights On Nexstar

    Gushing private-equity dollars may be too much to resist for the 49-station Nexstar Broadcasting group. The station operator, which had a difficult first quarter, … Read the whole story

  • Marquee: WaMu Gets MSG Theater Name

    New York's venerable Madison Square Garden may be one of the few pro-sports venues resisting the temptation to sell its name to a corporation, … Read the whole story

  • 'Idol' Returns To High Ratings, CBS' 'Price' Is Right

    Fox may have righted its ship somewhat on Wednesday with "American Idol," which returned to double-digit ratings after weeks of low numbers. Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: 57 New Digital Initiatives in First Quarter

    Magazines launched 57 new digital initiatives in the first quarter of 2007, according to the Magazine Publishers of America. The digital forays involved a … Read the whole story