Friday, October 5, 2007
  • Nielsen Endorses Site Awarding Cash Prizes For Correctly Guessing TV Ratings

    One of the most surprising developments of the new prime-time season isn't taking place on television. It's being played out on the Internet--literally: A … Read the whole story

  • MPG Snags Hinton, Handleman For Sears, Kmart

    Kaki Hinton, one of the marketing world's best known media and advertising executives, has joined Havas' MPG unit as executive vice president-managing director on … Read the whole story

  • What, Me Slurry? Imus Returns to Radio

    Don Imus, the man accused of being radio's best-known racist, is returning to the airwaves courtesy of Citadel Broadcasting, according to a report in … Read the whole story

  • Meredith Expands Marketing Services Portfolio, Acquires Directive

    Meredith Corp. is bulking up its integrated marketing operations with yet another acquisition: Dallas-based Directive Corporation, a firm that specializes in database strategy, analytics … Read the whole story

  • MyNetwork TV Regroups, Results Mixed

    MyNetworkTV is producing some notable ratings gains in its sophomore season, albeit after a bumbling first go-round and a low base. Still, its prospects … Read the whole story

  • In Season: TiVo Rates Hot Shows

    TiVo notes that only two new shows--ABC's "Private Practice" and NBC's "Bionic Woman"--cracked its top 50 Season Pass list. "Private Practice" is the 18th-ranked … Read the whole story

  • Rise And Fall: 'Bionic,' 'Practice' See Dramatic Falls

    One week into the new season and the two strongest rookie shows on TV last week look like they've had a run-in with kryptonite. … Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Wal-Mart May Lose Magazines

    The cost-cutting war pitting magazine publishers against wholesale distributors is about to claim its first major casualty: Wal-Marts nationwide may soon be without consumer … Read the whole story