Tuesday, December 7, 2010
  • 'NYT,' ivi Fear Comcast/NBC Merger Will Stifle Competition

    Opposition to Comcast's takeover of NBC isn't over -- now The New York Times and combative digital video site ivi TV have major issues. … Read the whole story

  • Discovery Wants Incentive To Embrace TV Everywhere

    It may be a while and take some serious money before Discovery Communications makes its networks available via a TV Everywhere-type model. All agreements … Read the whole story

  • Nexstar Ups Local Programming, 1Q Ads Rise

    Nexstar Broadcasting, an industry icebreaker in creating the retrans consent revenues, had 18 retrans deals up for renewal this year. It has also made … Read the whole story

  • Redeemed: Newspaper Coupons Still Effective

    A new study of coupon redemption by MARC Research for the Newspaper National Network shows that coupons that appear within newspapers are redeemed more … Read the whole story

  • ABC, Spreed Plan Mobile Audits

    With new mobile devices like the Apple iPad transforming newspaper readership, the Audit Bureau of Circulations' interactive unit will introduce a new mobile audience … Read the whole story

  • 'Economist,' PBS Launch Film Project

    The Economist is savvy about business alliances. Among its latest brand extensions, it is teaming with PBS "NewsHour" to launch "The Economist Film Project," … Read the whole story

  • 'Washington Post' Site: No Pay Wall, Will Study Rivals

    Will The Washington Post charge for access to its Web site? For now, it will sit on the sidelines as other papers try to … Read the whole story

  • NFL Delivers Sunday For NBC

    Moving away from some reruns and lackluster programming, all four major broadcast networks showed improvement on Sunday. NBC posted the best results again, getting … Read the whole story