Friday, November 16, 2007
  • Nielsen Reports 11% Gain

    At a time when U.S. ad spending is growing marginally, the primary source of its deal-making currencies - the Nielsen Co. - reported third … Read the whole story

  • New York Advertising: Step Out!

    There's one market that transcends the outdoor ad buy: New York City. New York outdoor opportunities are very different than those in other urban … Read the whole story

  • NBC's 'Phenomenon' Isn't, Sees Ratings Slide

    New programming head Ben Silverman's first offering on NBC hasn't delivered mind-bending ratings--but it hasn't exactly been the biggest loser either. Still, with a … Read the whole story

  • ION TV Goes Digital To Aid Low-Powered Stations

    Not wanting to be left behind in the change from the analog TV world, the small ION television network is launching a digital TV … Read the whole story

  • CBS Outdoor Gives New Yorkers Free Wi-Fi Zone

    CBS Outdoor has a nifty new promotion: It is supplying free Wi-Fi high-speed-data service throughout midtown Manhattan as part of a six-month pilot program. Read the whole story

  • Verizon Offers NFL 'Extra' On TV, Online

    For the second year in a row, subscribers to both Verizon's telco TV (or DirecTV package) and its broadband offering will be able to … Read the whole story

  • Baileys Launches 'Legend' TV Show

    Diageo's Baileys Irish Cream is launching its own TV show in the U.S. Called "Baileys Entertainment Presents Get Together with John Legend," the hour-long … Read the whole story

  • CBS Captures Wednesday, 'Kid' Survives

    Remember all that fuss about "Kid Nation"? Obviously, the viewers have forgotten. The ratings have climbed, along with the rest of CBS' Wednesday lineup, … Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: 'Details' Ends 'Gay or... ?' Feature

    Details magazine is axing its back page "Gay or...?" feature, which played off the magazine's own sexual ambivalence. Simply, it has run out of … Read the whole story