Monday, August 27, 2007
  • Public Pullout: Hearst-Argyle TV Wants To Go Private

    Hearst Corp. plans to take the Hearst-Argyle station group private--but the share price offered is now less than the stock price as of last … Read the whole story

  • The Spread: Return On Investment Is More Noise Than Substance

    The media industry proposition to be able to measure advertising and marketing ROI looks to be more noise than substance. Despite voices to the … Read the whole story

  • Enterprise: Villaraigosa Affair Highlights Growing Latino Power

    The public fallout from the affair between Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Telemundo TV reporter Mirthala Salinas has all the makings of a … Read the whole story

  • Tribune Sees Drop In July Print Revs, Rise In Online

    Ad dollars at the Tribune Co.'s publishing operations plummeted 10.3% in July, versus the same month a year ago, to $247 million. Its 23-station … Read the whole story

  • Smash Hit: 'Consumer Reports' Debuts Crash Test Videos

    Consumer Reports is teaming with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to make 200 videos of crash tests for different vehicles available online, including … Read the whole story

  • New Record For WiFi Connection: 180+ Miles

    WiFi pirates, listen up: The game just got taken to a whole new level--and it's being led by an Italian group. It created the … Read the whole story