Tuesday, November 11, 2008
  • GroupM-Backed Invidi Goes National, Dishes Up Addressable TV Ad Deal

    In a deal that will give addressable advertising its first national footprint in the U.S. television marketplace, satellite TV operator EchoStar has agreed to ... Read the whole story

  • Red Ink: E.W. Scripps, 'Boston Globe' Swing The Axe

    The newspaper business, lost in a whirlwind of layoffs, saw another 442 positions axed last week. E.W. Scripps Co. is cutting 400 positions from ... Read the whole story

  • Collier Named New AMC President

    One-time CourtTV ad sales chief Charlie Collier, who moved to a general management role at AMC two years ago, has been promoted to president ... Read the whole story

  • MGM Ready For Close-up With YouTube

    Looking to broaden its longer-form video offerings to consumers, YouTube has partnered with MGM to launch a channel featuring selected full-length movies. Read the whole story

  • 3Q Tribune Declines 10%

    Tribune Co.'s financial conditions seem to be getting worse before they get better. Third-quarter revenues were off 10% to $1 billion, with operating profit ... Read the whole story

  • Mobile TV Gains Momentum

    Mobile digital TV appears to be a step closer after two Chicago stations conducted a test that successfully streamed live TV to handheld devices. ... Read the whole story

  • 'Home' Movies: Hallmark Pitches 'Holiday' Cheer

    Some advertisers are pulling back in the fourth quarter, but Hallmark Channel is making an aggressive push for its original holiday movies. The multimillion-dollar ... Read the whole story

  • 2006-'08: Trad Media Hit Harder Than Past Recessions

    The industry saw it coming, but in 2006-2008, it actually happened: Newspapers, radio and magazines entered into declines that have grown steeper with every ... Read the whole story