MediaDailyNews
Monday, May 18, 2009
  • Barclays Forecasts Uptick In Ad Market

    A Barclays Capital analyst offered some upbeat projections for media industry stocks Friday, partly due to a forecast that the TV ad market will ... Read the whole story

  • Follow MediaPost Following Wieser

    Throughout the day, MediaPost will be following Magna's Brian Wieser as the industry forecaster goes native, using social media and socializing with other industry ... Read the whole story

  • Nostalgia Is Eating Itself

    Maybe it all started when Meg Ryan began slowly morphing into Jennifer Aniston (or it might have been the other way around -- whatever, ... Read the whole story

  • Nexstar: Net, Retrans Revs Climb, Broadcast Falters

    Nexstar Broadcasting Group turned around first-quarter financial results to post a profit from last year's loss. But other troubling areas remain. It's also considering ... Read the whole story

  • Mobile: Users Calling Up More Content, Price An Issue

    Currently, 51% of mobile phone users access content on their mobile phone on a weekly basis, an average 39 minutes a week. Activity breaks ... Read the whole story

  • Outdoor Channel: Revs Up, Diversification Pays Off

    Bucking the trend of industry declines, the Outdoor Channel -- one of the few cable networks not owned by a major media company -- ... Read the whole story

  • 'Tucson Citizen' Ends Print Era, Web-Only

    The Tucson Citizen is ceasing print publication, but will continue publishing content on its Web site, according to the Gannett Co. The Tucson Citizen, ... Read the whole story

  • Aegis Reports Weak Results, Shares Are Battered

    Aegis Group, the London-based parent of Carat, Isobar, Posterscope and other media networks, this morning reported weaker than expected results for the first quarter ... Read the whole story

  • 'Grey's' Finale, Healthy Blowout

    In a still-dreary network viewing environment, ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" pulled off the best season finale for a network show so far, earning a Nielsen ... Read the whole story