Monday, May 24, 2010
  • Upfront: Turner Quiet On March Madness, But Envisions Big Returns

    What was upfront week's biggest upset? Perhaps how little Turner talked up the NCAA tournament, a joint $10.8 billion deal with CBS, at its ... Read the whole story

  • Rush To Buyout: 'NY Daily News' Gossip Columnist May Exit

    "Page Six" may have less competition before Memorial Day. George Rush, the long-time gossip columnist at the New York Daily News and half of ... Read the whole story

  • 'TV Guide' Shares Content With TV Guide TV, Site

    After a tumultuous divestment, separation and a total makeover of the print product, TV Guide has come full circle with a new deal to ... Read the whole story

  • Whiskey Media Launches Screened for Movie Fans

    Whiskey Media, the parent company of Wiki-style enthusiast Web sites including Giant Bomb, Comic Vine, Anime Vice, and Tested, has launched a new Web ... Read the whole story

  • Radio Revenues Rise 6% in 1Q

    Confirming a trend suggested by revenue reports from big radio groups, the Radio Advertising Bureau released figures showing total radio advertising revenues increased 6% ... Read the whole story

  • Season's Rx: 'Grey's' Still Healthy, 'CSI' Dips

    Broadcast program finales elbowed into each other on the last Thursday of the 2010-2011 season with ABC and "Grey's Anatomy" getting top honors. The ... Read the whole story