Wednesday, March 18, 2009
  • Newspapers Expand Digital Platforms

    Unfazed by the sharp economic downturn and their own financial woes, newspaper publishers are pushing ahead with initiatives to expand their cooperative digital distribution ... Read the whole story

  • Media X: Play Rough

    Media agency executives should be doing interviews where they observe that a fourth-grader could write a sandwich commercial, but it takes real talent to ... Read the whole story

  • No Go: Audit Bureau Delays Conference

    The recession is cutting a wide swath through the event business, with a series of industry conferences and trade shows canceled due to concern ... Read the whole story

  • March Madness Slam Dunks YouTube

    Sunday evening 6 p.m. EST was liftoff for Matt Carstens. As soon as the 65 teams in the NCAA tournament were announced, he scrambled ... Read the whole story

  • 'T'-icked Off: Font Front In The Information War

    The New York Times Co. isn't happy that Newser decides to use its iconic "T" to denote content from the times. What's a letter ... Read the whole story

  • Fired Up: Discovery Sues Amazon Over Kindle

    Discovery is suing Amazon for copyright infringement for its popular Kindle and Kindle 2 electronic book delivery system, claiming it is the first inventor ... Read the whole story

  • Fandango Movie Tix Available To Dish Customers

    Frenemies have emerged once again in the multichannel provider space. Customers of satellite operator Dish Network can now purchase movie tickets via Fandango with ... Read the whole story

  • Obama Touts Economic Plans On 'Tonight'

    When President Obama makes an appearance on "The Tonight Show," it will mark the first time a current president will be on a late-night ... Read the whole story

  • Playboy Embraces Reality Shows

    Most people probably think Playboy TV is still an endless loop of Miss March in the shower. This is because the channel, which offers ... Read the whole story

  • Syndies Pick Up Viewers, 'Doctors' Gets Boost

    Syndication programs generally picked up more viewers for the first week in March, with a couple of rookie shows doing well. "The Doctors" had ... Read the whole story