Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Viacom Fights Back, Blocks Google TV

    It's almost a clean sweep against Google TV: Now Viacom joins a list of big TV networks blocking the new Internet TV service access … Read the whole story

  • Donovan Vs. MediaBank: Round 3, Publicis Poised To Consolidate

    Just weeks after Interpublic's Mediabrands division pulled all of its U.S. media-buying data processing business from industry stalwart Donovan Data Systems and consolidated at … Read the whole story

  • Charter Considers Lower-Cost TV Package

    The top executive at Charter Communications said the cable operator is looking at offering a lower-cost package to win back customers who may have … Read the whole story

  • Netflix Cuts Rates, Anticipates Digital Price Wars

    In a reaction to what appears to be a digital video price battle, Netflix is launching a bottom-line streaming-only video monthly package at $7.99. … Read the whole story

  • 'NBC Sports Talk' Kicks Off Free App

    Just as NBC Sports launches a free iPad app for its "Talk" online content, it's taking another swing in the blog series. "Pro Golf … Read the whole story

  • Clear Signal: Univision Signs For Arbitron PPM

    The long dispute between Arbitron and minority radio broadcasters may finally be ending. The radio ratings firm has signed a deal with Univision to … Read the whole story

  • Quadrangle Group Shutters Media Ops

    One of the highest-profile private-equity investment firms operating in the media sphere is closing up shop. Quadrangle Group is preparing to disband, marking the … Read the whole story

  • Nielsen Launches Media Analytics, Taps Sequent's Moult To Run It

    Nielsen Co. Monday announced the creation of new "media analytics" initiative, and has tapped Sequent Partner's co-founder Bill Moult to run it. Read the whole story