Monday, October 5, 2009
  • Analysts: What A Comcast/NBC Deal Could Mean

    Bucking current media industry trends, big cable operator Comcast wants to become a more vertical media company -- by buying NBC Universal's high-profile programming/content … Read the whole story

  • 2010 Job Survey: 55% Of Execs Won't Hire, 34% See Increases

    Over half of advertising and marketing executives polled said they had no plans to hire more staff in the next year. But 34% say … Read the whole story

  • Insurance Cos. Top Sportscasts Ad Spenders

    As troubled businesses cut spending in sportscasts, Nielsen data shows that wealthy insurance companies helped offset some of the drop-off over the first half … Read the whole story

  • 'Washington Post,' Bloomberg Join Forces

    The Washington Post and Bloomberg news are preparing to launch a new news service as part of a deal that will also give Bloomberg … Read the whole story

  • Arbitron Boosts PPM Sample Sizes

    Seeking to protect its most lucrative markets from poaching by rival measurement firms, Arbitron says it will boost its sample sizes for certain key … Read the whole story

  • Charter To Carry ESPN

    After offering the online sports hub in two large markets, Charter Communications is making available to all of its broadband customers. Read the whole story

  • Subaru Helps Drive Logo's 'Legacy'

    Subaru is promoting both its Legacy and the idea of one's personal legacy through a six-month campaign with Logo, the ad-supported gay-themed network from … Read the whole story