Wednesday, November 21, 2007
  • Agency Stocks Languish Amid New Recession Fears

    At a time when new media stock values are reaching new heights, the shares of Madison Avenue's big publicly traded ad agency holding companies … Read the whole story

  • Newspapers' Online Revenue Grew 21% in 3Q

    Advertising revenue for newspapers' online operations grew 21% in the third quarter to $773 million, according to figures released Tuesday by the Newspaper Association … Read the whole story

  • Media X: Holiday Jeer

    The week of Thanksgiving, which more or less formally starts the holiday season, always sucks. But now that we live in post-intelligent America, it … Read the whole story

  • Turn Up The Dial: Arbitron Replies To Broadcasters

    The war of words continues. Arbitron replied Monday to the four major broadcasters that sent a sharply worded letter of criticism to the radio … Read the whole story

  • MSG, Fox Sign Deal To Air Rangers, Knicks Games

    It happens as often as either the Knicks (34 years) or Rangers (once in 67) win a championship. But each will have two games … Read the whole story

  • Sweeps: Syndie Shows Enjoy Season Highs

    Syndicated entertainment magazine shows led the way for the second week in the mid-November sweeps period--all showing strong double-digit percentage viewer improvements. Read the whole story

  • Bravo Media Prez Gets Oxygen Oversight

    NBC's new cable network acquisition, Oxygen, will be tucked into the Bravo Media group, headed by Lauren Zalaznick, president of Bravo Media. The pairing … Read the whole story