Friday, June 22, 2012
  • CBS Plans To Launch Sports Radio Network

    CBS Radio plans to launch a new national network devoted to sports, CBS Sports Radio, which will carry round-the-clock programming from CBS Radio and … Read the whole story

  • Nielsen Diary Misprints Impact Sweeps Results

    Nielsen continues to evaluate problems that impacted results for the May sweeps period, including errors in the diary printing process, sources said. The misprinting … Read the whole story

  • U.S. Stocks Get Hammered, Some Big Media Cos. Lose Less

    CBS, Time Warner, Discovery Communications and Walt Disney Corp. all fared somewhat better than the 2% drop the Dow Jones Industrial endured. It lost … Read the whole story

  • TV, Video Viewing Climbs On Digital Devices

    Watching paid video content on mobile devices is climbing --- but gaming consoles remain the overall leader when looking at all new digital devices. Read the whole story

  • Benetton's 'Unhate' Loves Grand Prix Press Lion

    United Colours of Benetton's powerful "Unhate" print campaign has taken the Grand Prix award in the Press Lion category at Cannes. Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Hearst Revives 'Elle Accessories'

    Hearst Magazines is bringing back Elle Accessories, a spinoff of the iconic fashion title which focused on accessories during its brief publication life. Read the whole story

  • Oliveira To Run M|Buy Ops For Mediaocean

    Mediaocean has hired David Oliveira to run its year-old M|Buy operation as senior vice president and general manager. M|Buy, which includes a demand-side ad … Read the whole story

  • Note To TV: Get Your Own-Label Social Media

    If a minor UK politician can launch something Twitter like in her spare time, just think what major media brands with marketing and management … Read the whole story

  • Slave To Fashion?

    While Europe teeters on the brink of insolvency, the Middle East teeters on the brink of chaos from Cairo to Damascus, and the ad … Read the whole story

  • Menacing Mobile

    In a New York Times column titled "The Twitter Trap," published in May 2011, Bill Keller noted the latest mobile developments before confessing that … Read the whole story