Tuesday, May 26, 2009
  • Actors Unions OK Commercial Deal

    Actors unions easily approved a new three-year deal covering commercials work on Thursday. But other problem areas remain. Read the whole story

  • Agencies Commit To Google Ad Deals, But No Price Set

    Google TV Ads may have upfront money committed from some agencies, but those agreements are far from being finalized. And they mean little to ... Read the whole story

  • ESPN Dunks NBA On YouTube

    ESPN will take over YouTube's home page the day the NBA Finals begin to promote coverage of the event on sister outlet ABC Sports. Read the whole story

  • Police Action: 'San Diego Trib' Pressured By LAPD

    Since the sale of the newspaper to a private-equity firm in March, the editorial board of the San Diego Union-Tribune has come under pressure ... Read the whole story

  • Big Picture: HDTV Distribution On Rise

    Nielsen says that despite the recession, distribution of high-definition TVs continues to rise. As of February, about one-third of U.S. homes had at least ... Read the whole story

  • 'Night' Moves: Campaign Promotes DC, Tie-Ins With Major Brands

    Obama isn't the capital's only draw. Destination DC, a not-for-profit marketing group that promotes Washington, D.C., is hoping to boost tourism, as well as ... Read the whole story

  • Bunny Hop: 'Playboy' Up For Sale, No Takers

    An often-controversial American magazine is actively courting corporate suitors -- but so far, no takers. Playboy Enterprises has been trying to stir interest among ... Read the whole story