Wednesday, October 29, 2008
  • Christian Science Monitor Folds 100-Year-Old Print Edition

    The Christian Science Monitor is folding its daily print edition in favor of online publication, supplemented by a weekly paper edition. The daily publication ... Read the whole story

  • Conservatives Who Vote For Obama (And The Agency Execs Who Love Them)

    This just in from Vonda LePage, the communications chief at Interpublic's Deutsch shop who has a keen sense of news, and apparently of RW&B; ... Read the whole story

  • Media X: The American Nightmare

    Maybe our most dire challenge isn't clutter, Google, digital chaos or an economy in a coma. What if advertisers are just marketing too much ... Read the whole story

  • ABC Airs VOD On Verizon, Ads Intact

    Verizon's FiOS is now the latest TV distribution service to strike a deal with Disney-ABC in which viewers will not be able to fast-forward ... Read the whole story

  • Big Magazines Hit By Layoffs

    Time Inc. plans to reduce as many as 600 jobs. McGraw-Hill said it would cut 270 positions across the company, including 140 jobs at ... Read the whole story

  • Companies Clueless On Brand Value, Evaluations Needed

    More than half (55%) of senior marketing executives lack a quantitative understanding of brand value within their organizations, according to a recent survey by ... Read the whole story

  • IPG, Publicis: 3Q Growth, But Clients Tighten Spending

    Leading holding companies Interpublic and Publicis Groupe said Tuesday there are signs that clients are reining in spending as the economic roller coaster continues. ... Read the whole story

  • 'Stars' Still Dancing To No. 1

    A slow, rainy World Series game did not put up much of a fight for the fast-moving "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday. The ... Read the whole story