MediaDailyNews Editions for December 2008
MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008
B-to-B Loses Face, Trade Shows Begin Trading Down
McClatchy: Revs Down 19.4% For November
Damn the Torpedoes: 335 Mags Launched In '08
Emmis: Walsh Now COO and CFO
Mixed Signals: CBS, Clear Channel Swap Radio Stations
Tribune Taps Wilson As Chief Revenue Officer
Smokers Can Sue Tobacco Cos For Deceptive Marketing
Gray TV Gets Retrans Deal, But Stock Dives
CBS Corp. Begins Selective Programming Job Cuts
Ride 'Em 'Cowboy': Spike Debuts Rodeo Show
Liberty Media To Spin Off DirecTV, Starz
NBC: High-Flying NFL Game Wins Sunday
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Dec. 15, 2008
Big Isn't Necessarily Better, Auditor Finds Starcom Buys Best
Magna: Recession Can Be Catalyst For Growth
Redstone To Sell Portion Of National Amusements
Hagedorn Named CEO of US Ops, PHD Worldwide
Telemundo: PSAs, Special Highlight Digital Transition
Screen Saver: Clear Channel Radio Cuts Deal
Conde Nast Cuts Magazine Staffs
2008: Magazines Ad Sales Plummet
Experiential Marketing Focuses on Malls, Paramount Gets Dogged
'CBS,' 'Eleventh Hour' Perform For CBS
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Dec. 12, 2008
Bottom Falls Out Of The Ad Market, Literally
New Pay TV Channel Picks Epix, Brand Will Rival HBO, Showtime
GroupM Expands Maxus Footprint In U.K.
Bottom Line: P&G Leverages Ad Spend For Better Terms
Swartz Named President, Hearst Newspapers
Golden Globe Noms: Cable Leads Broadcast
Brandtique: T-Mobile, The Jonas Brothers
TV Gets New Email Marketing Tool Via Goodmail
Eastman To JWT Digital Chief
Sited: NBC Doubles Broadband Video Audience
CBS Sports Streams SEC Basketball
Versus Wins First Race In Armstrong Comeback
Nielsen: More HDTV Sets, Sports Favorite Viewing
NBA, TNT Showcase 3D-HD Sports In Movie Theaters
DVR Users Skip Spots, But Will Watch 'Relevant' Ones
Mag Bag: Newsweak
MediaDailyNews - Thursday, Dec. 11, 2008
Ad Economy Goes From 'Tip-Toeing' To Deep-Diving Into Recession, Even Online Continues Slow Down
American Media May Face Bankruptcy
Hallmark, Nielsen Strike Unique Deal To Measure Baby Boomer Viewers, Purchases
Ustaris To Group Media Director, Studiocom
Will SAG Members Give The Authorization To Strike?
New York Times Co. Holds Fast: Sulzbergers Won't Sell
Clarification: SAG Discussing Strike Authorization
Radio Dissonance: More Listeners, Less Revenue
Report: CMOs Cut Ad Spend, Print Remains Top Medium
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008
Shakedown, Breakdown, Takedown: Tribune Mired In Blagojevich Scandal
Congressional Report Blasts FCC Chair Over 'Abuses Of Power'
Interpublic Chief Paints Media As A 'Commodity,' Says 'The Big Idea' Will Save Madison Avenue
New Leno Show Safe For Advertisers, Branded Deals
Media X: Evil Empire Of Christmas
Cordero To ECD, Tribal DDB San Francisco
House Committee Slams Martin's FCC Tenure
TiVo Launches Ad-Sponsored Pause Menu
New Life: Google Archives Magazines Online
SAG Urges Members To Strike
SeeSaw Adds New York Transit Networks
'Seventeen' Goes Digital, Via MTV
Correction: NFL Earns Big Numbers For Fox
Time-Shifting: Most Shows Get Boost, Some Decline
Clear Channel Bows National HD Sponsor: Verizon
MediaDailyNews - Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008
NBC Considers Fewer Prime-Time Hours
Purple Cow? What Clients Need Is A Purple Ear
Columbus Media Signs 6 Latin American Agencies
Barclays: ABC May Be Next To Wield Job Cuts
Gas Station TV Gets Its 1,000 Pump
Christie Hefner Exits Playboy
On Board: Canoe Ventures Taps Dennler, Collins
Scarborough Added To ABC Radio Lineup
Leno Will Stay At NBC In Prime Time
Hot Water: 'Miami Herald' For Sale
'Tennis' Lobs New Look To Readers
New York Times To Leverage HQ For Ready Cash
Outdoor: DirecTV Carries Sportsman Channel
NFL Earns Big Numbers For ABC
AD Club Fights Hunger
MediaDailyNews - Monday, Dec. 8, 2008
Global Ad Market To Recede For First Time Since '01
'Hollywood Reporter' Cuts Longtime Editors, Reporters
Ads Work Best During Escapist TV
Tribune Co. Said To Prepare Bankruptcy Filing
CBS News, 'BusinessWeek' Collaborate On TV Stories
'Rocky Mountain News' May Close, Big Newspapers Can't Find Buyers
'Newsday' Nixes 100 Jobs
C3 Ratings Deliver For Nets--But They Aren't Holy Grail
Poll: Buyers Don't Want Cars From Bankrupt Maker
Beta ESPN Site Wants User Feedback
Women's Mags Empower Online Readership
MediaDailyNews - Friday, Dec. 5, 2008
Nielsen To Be Rated By Its Customers
Martha Stewart's CFO To Resign
Viacom Cuts Workforce 7%
NBC Axes 500 Across All Divisions
Brandtique:'Guitar Hero World Tour,' MadTV Launches Times Extra
Executive Close-up: Dawn Ostroff Transforms CW
Downfall: Newspaper Titans Collapse
Hearst Names Sassa Entertainment President
Magna: DVRs To Proliferate By 2014
Discovery Expands Global Distribution
Mag Bag: 'Rachael Ray' Goes Out-of-Home
MediaDailyNews - Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008
Current Exec Says Nielsen's Methods Are Far From, Makes New Plea For TV Ratings Solution
'Time Out NY' On Auction Block
When You Care Enough To Google The Very Best: Hallmark Joins TV Ads Platform
Cox Newspapers Shutters DC Bureau
Cox Forms New Media Group, Consolidates Biz
Beraud To PepsiCo CMO
News Share: Politico Signs 67 Newspapers
Cino Latino TV Adds Major Films To Lineup
'Women's Day' Launches Online Radio Station
Comedy Central Relaunches
Restaurants Take BITE Out Of TV
Univision Tries Novel(a) Online Tactic
'Mentalist' Sees Solid Ratings For CBS
MediaDailyNews - Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008
MediaVest, Fox One Cut Multi-Platform 'Youth' Upfront Deal
NGC First To Get Nielsen DigitalPlus
COREMedia Shakes Up Core Management Team, Replaces Langrock
Media X: Right Here, Right Now
AP Challenged: Newspapers Share News-Gathering
Publicis Buys Chinese Agency
BIA: Radio Revs To Drop 10% In '09, Online To Rescue
Bad Economy: Good Times For TV Collection Agencies
Stove Top Warms Chicago Bus Shelters
NBC's New Year's Day NHL Spot Pays Tribute To Wrigley Field
CBS Midseason: Dramas Top Lineup
ABC Reshuffles Midseason With 'Cupid,' 'Castle'
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