Tuesday, May 19, 2009
  • Fox Hits Fall With New Comedies, 'Dance'

    Fox, still the heavyweight leader among broadcast networks in key demos, wants more comedy and better results from its always slow-starting fall schedule. To ... Read the whole story

  • New Regulatory Atmosphere: FCC Opens PPM Inquiry

    The Federal Communications Commission said Monday that it is opening an inquiry into radio ratings calculated using data from Arbitron's Portable People Meter, a ... Read the whole story

  • Fox Mulls Impact Of Remote-Free TV

    Fox is reassessing limited commercials for some of its prime-time shows. "We are not giving up completely on Remote Free TV," says Jon Nesvig, ... Read the whole story

  • Mid-2009: Magazine Ad Pages, Audience Decline

    As 2009 approaches the halfway point, most big publishers are in the red, and consumers seem to be cutting back on magazine subscriptions and ... Read the whole story

  • SportScape Extends OOH Ad Reach In Sports Shows

    A Chicago-based company that overlays ads on the sports broadcasts seen on screens in bars has signed a deal it believes will allow it ... Read the whole story

  • Univision Counts On Census For Ad Boost

    Executives at Spanish-language networks are hoping the Federal government will give them a boost come 2011. Both Univision and Telemundo are optimistic next year's ... Read the whole story

  • Bid4Spots Extends To Local Cable Ads

    A company that has conducted online auctions for radio airtime since 2005 is stretching into local cable TV next month. Read the whole story

  • Fox Sponsors CC's With 'Glee'

    As part of the promotional blitz for Glee, an offbeat new comedy series about an aspiring high-school singing troupe, Fox Broadcasting is the sole ... Read the whole story