Wednesday, May 20, 2009
  • Isobar's Morris Replaces Fay As Aegis' North America Chief

    Nigel Morris was named CEO of Aegis Media North America, replacing Sarah Fay. Mark Cranmer joins the media company as CEO of Isobar. Fay ... Read the whole story

  • Upfront Critique: Fox

    If you were walking around Midtown Manhattan Monday and saw huge balloons on nearly every street corner - and a couple of dozen cheerleaders ... Read the whole story

  • Media X: The Universe, Remotely

    With no drinks, shrimp or Very Berry Cosmos at the Tavern, aren't the fall schedule announcements just meetings? I'll tell you who should be ... Read the whole story

  • Comedy Tonight: ABC Adds 5 Sitcoms To Fall Lineup

    ABC is revamping its entire Wednesday night schedule, adding five new comedies to the night once covered by hit dramas. All told, the network ... Read the whole story

  • NBC: Shows Will Share Time Slots

    NBC is moving to what TV advertisers have already been expecting from networks in recent years -- shared time slots for shows: one runs ... Read the whole story

  • ESPN360 Cuts Distribution Deal With Comcast

    A somewhat controversial ESPN online initiative among cable operators has picked up significant support from the country's largest. Comcast has reached a deal allowing ... Read the whole story

  • Hachette Sells 5 Titles To Bonnier

    Hachette Filipacchi Media is selling five of its niche enthusiast magazines to the Bonnier Corporation, according to sources, including American Photo, Popular Photography, Boating, ... Read the whole story

  • ESPN Plans Massive World Cup Campaign, 'SportsNation' Coming

    ESPN's executive vice president of content John Skipper is a known advocate for the network to expand soccer programming domestically. At ESPN's upfront event ... Read the whole story