Thursday, November 6, 2008
  • Red Ink: 'U.S. News' Goes Monthly, Hearst and Rodale Cut Staff

    In another testament to the rapidly declining fortunes of consumer magazines, U.S. News & World Report is switching to monthly distribution, as Hearst and ... Read the whole story

  • Sinclair, Gray TV See Big Cost Cuts In '09

    Two local station groups said Wednesday that the uncertain ad environment will bring notable cost cutting next year, with one company indicating commissions for ... Read the whole story

  • Election '08: ABC Gets Most Viewers

    Although last night's presidential election was decided early--with seemingly less drama than the close races in 2004 and 2000--overall TV viewership hit historic highs. ... Read the whole story

  • Obama Victory Bonanza For Newspapers

    The victory of Barack Obama in Tuesday's presidential election provided much-needed good news for big newspaper publishers. They reported their newsstand circulation selling out ... Read the whole story

  • Johnson Tackles 'Design' For A&E

    Former NFL notable Keyshawn Johnson is set to star in a reality TV show in an area far afield from, well, the field. The ... Read the whole story

  • Time Warner: TV Nets, Ad Rev Up In 3Q

    Time Warner, the world's largest media company, slipped a bit in the third quarter--down almost 2% in profits, and hurt by lower revenue from ... Read the whole story