Monday, October 26, 2009
  • Paper Chase: 40% Of Net Users Visit Newspaper Sites

    An average 74 million people visited a newspaper Web site each month in the third quarter of 2009, equaling just under 40% of all … Read the whole story

  • Wal-Mart Gets 'Game,' Pushes NFL Ad Spend

    Wal-Mart's figures may be slightly off, but its strategy seems sound. Amid all the beer and truck commercials in NFL telecasts, it is weaving … Read the whole story

  • Misleading The Media: Truth and Consequences

    There's a reason why a hoax -- the balloon boy in Colorado, the faux Chamber of Commerce climate change news conference in Washington, D.C. … Read the whole story

  • Time Warner Launches First Hispanic On-Demand Channel

    Univision and Time Warner Cable are partnering to launch a new video-on-demand service for Spanish-language content, called Lo Mejor On Demand ("The Best On … Read the whole story

  • NBC: Stumbles In Late Night, Morning Up

    NBC may be stumbling with its late-night programming, but its early-morning programming continues to thrive. "The Today Show" not only continues to lead all … Read the whole story

  • Baseball Playoffs Beat Most Rivals

    Overall, Fox's baseball contests are trending up -- 27% higher among adult 18-49 viewers -- versus a similar playoff game of a year ago. Read the whole story

  • Nielsen Beefs Up Investment In Media Research Forum

    On the heels of its clients starting up a separate independent new media research entity, the Nielsen Company says it will be investing an … Read the whole story