Friday, March 27, 2009
  • Study Finds Americans Becoming Screen-Based Multi-Taskers, But TV Still Dominates

    A group of the TV industry's leading researchers Thursday released the first wave of what is believed to be the biggest, most ambitious and ... Read the whole story

  • Hearst Considers Bid For Hearst-Argyle

    Two independent Hearst-Argyle directors will form a committee to evaluate an expected bid to take the company private -- the same board members who ... Read the whole story

  • Bad News: Plunging Newspaper, Online Revs

    The fourth-quarter results for newspapers aren't surprising. Print revenues plummeted 20.6% to $9.3 billion, while online revenues fell 8.1% to $778 million, according to ... Read the whole story

  • Emmis Radio Tunes Into TV

    Emmis Communications is turning its top-ranking radio stations in New York and Los Angeles into TV stations, at least online, with the addition of ... Read the whole story

  • Icahn Moves To Increase Lionsgate Share

    Lionsgate Entertainment is letting its shareholders decide what to do about Carl Icahn's move to buy some of the company's debt, saying it has ... Read the whole story

  • NBA Shoots European Tour, Sponsors Follow

    The National Basketball Association is jumping a lot of sharks this year as it crosses the Atlantic to play in Europe. And number of ... Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: 'Blender,' 'Genre' Close

    After many months of speculation, Alpha Media's music magazine Blender is closing, the company announced Thursday, adding another big title to the rapidly growing ... Read the whole story

  • 'Idol' Rules On Any Night

    "American Idol" crushed all comers on Wednesday. "Better Off Ted," ABC's sitcom, which posted the net's worst comedy debut in four years, continues its ... Read the whole story