Friday, October 31, 2008
  • CBS Expects 4Q Scatter Bounce, 3Q TV Revs Up 2%

    CBS Corp. says its broadcast network has showed some positive results in the fourth-quarter scatter ad market and minimal cancellations of its June upfront ... Read the whole story

  • Found: The Missing 50 Million Viewers

    NOTE: If you're able to get through this post, I'd like to ask you to visit a website that every American with a passion ... Read the whole story

  • Omnicom Launches Mobile Agency

    Omnicom Group is launching a new mobile practice that promises to marry behavioral and mobile marketing. The appropriately named Mobile Behavior agency is intended ... Read the whole story

  • Movie Bonanza: Netflix, TiVo Partner

    For movie lovers, it doesn't get any better. The new partnership between TiVo and Netflix, the online movie rental service, means that more than ... Read the whole story

  • Hearst-Argyle 3Q Rev Flat, Political Ads Helped

    An "unquestionably" rocky economic climate contributed to flat revenues in the third quarter at station group Hearst-Argyle--but CEO David Barrett offered a stroke of ... Read the whole story

  • Obama Infomercials Courted Estimated 33 Mil. Viewers

    Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's closely watched roadblock of half-hour political infomercials on seven broadcast and cable networks resulted in a price tag of ... Read the whole story

  • Liberty Media Delivers Weak 3Q

    Liberty Media's three core businesses reported weakening operating income results for the third quarter, which didn't sit well with Wall Street investors. Liberty Entertainment ... Read the whole story

  • Nissan Helps Drive Bravo's 'Actors Studio'

    NBC Universal's Bravo network has inked a deal bringing a top-line sponsor to its veteran "Inside the Actors Studio" for the first time. Even ... Read the whole story

  • Ad Prez Close Exits MTVN

    Two years after he was named president of ad sales at MTV Networks, Hank Close is leaving the post at the end of the ... Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Conde, Amex Cut Back

    There appears to be no end in sight for belt tightening in the magazine industry. Following big cuts by Time Inc., McGraw Hill, and ... Read the whole story