Thursday, May 14, 2009
  • Cable Numbers Climb, But Media Dollars Don't Follow

    The continued story of higher cable viewing hasn't translated into share of prime-time dollars, according to Turner Broadcasting research. Read the whole story

  • History Invests In 'America' This Year

    The History channel -- little "c" mandatory since the network moniker is now just "History" -- says it will make its largest investment in ... Read the whole story

  • Newspapers Lose $18 Billion In 3-Year Period

    Much attention has been focused on the decline of major American newspapers, and it's common knowledge that print advertising revenues have plunged over the ... Read the whole story

  • MediaNews To Charge For Online Content

    In a move that may herald the end of the era of free newspaper content, the MediaNews Group said it will begin charging for ... Read the whole story

  • CareerBuilder Kicks Off Super Bowl Ad Efforts

    Internet job site CareerBuilder is starting its Super Bowl process early -- as well as taking a hint from other successful Super Bowl marketers. Read the whole story

  • NBA Digital, T-Mobile To Stream NBA's Eastern Conference Finals

    NBA Digital and T-Mobile are launching a live streaming sports application for Android -- Google's software platform for mobile devices. It provides basketball fans ... Read the whole story

  • Nielsen: Ratings Bug May Have Crawled Into Local Markets Too

    A computer server failure that caused Nielsen's national TV ratings to come to a grinding halt last week, appears to be contributing to some ... Read the whole story