MediaDailyNews
Friday, January 25, 2008
  • NBC, CBS Execs: Are Upfronts Obsolete?

    Top executives at NBC Universal and CBS have been dropping hints that their gala upfront presentations could be canceled or downgraded--and that's fine with ... Read the whole story

  • Record Audiences For Newspapers Online

    While their print editions continued to slide, newspapers enjoyed an online audience boom in 2007, according to the Newspaper Association of America, which says ... Read the whole story

  • Mobile TV: Estimated 462 Mil. Subscribers By 2012

    Mobile TV subscribers, still a fledgling group in the U.S., will rocket to 462 million by 2012 across the globe, according to new research. ... Read the whole story

  • Study: PSAs Heard Of, Rarely Seen

    Public service announcements often supply valuable information. The trick is to get them seen. A new Kaiser study found that stations donated an average ... Read the whole story

  • 'Truth' Rating May Be Consequence Of Strike

    This is just what the writers' union didn't want to hear: A new monster TV show has arrived--one that doesn't need writers. It's called, ... Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Bonnier Signs Up For ABC Rapid Report

    Bonnier Corporation has committed its four biggest enthusiast titles, recently acquired from Time Inc., to the Audit Bureau of Circulation's Rapid Report service, giving ... Read the whole story