Friday, February 11, 2011
  • CBS, NBC Drop Old Ad Fees: Puts Light On ABC As Lone Holdout

    ANA chief Bob Liodice claimed a certain level of victory with the organization's efforts to eliminate the decades-old fees that ABC, CBS and NBC … Read the whole story

  • Wall St. To Interpublic: We Like You Again

    Citing an overall strengthening of the advertising economy, an influential Wall Street equities team has upgraded Interpublic's stock to a "buy" recommendation from "hold," … Read the whole story

  • Oscars Command Pricier Ad Market

    ABC has benefited from a strong TV ad market and has sold out its "83rd Annual Academy Awards" with higher prices than a year … Read the whole story

  • DirecTV to Distribute 3net 3D Network

    3net, an all-3D network formed by Sony Corp. in collaboration with Discovery Communications and IMAX Corp., announced its first distribution deal with DirecTV, set … Read the whole story

  • Scripps' Lifestyle Media Strong: Cable Nets Up 7%

    Scripps said its advertising revenue rose 6.8% to $281 million at its cable channels and Web sites in its Lifestyle Media group, which includes … Read the whole story

  • Marketers Worry About NBA Labor Dispute

    NBA Commissioner David Stern said Thursday that the league and its players' union will eventually settle their labor dispute. What's debatable is the impact … Read the whole story

  • Upfront Comes Under Fire

    Horizon Media's Bill Koenigsberg railed against the upfront process Thursday, saying it needs reform because it requires difficult long-term planning in an ever-changing business. Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Time Inc. Makes Sub Deal for HP Tablet

    Frustrated in its efforts to strike a subscription deal with Apple for the iPad, Time Inc. is making a bit more progress with other … Read the whole story