Friday, January 4, 2013
  • Rentrak Launches Mobile Broadcast TV Ratings

    On the eve of this year's annual CES mecca, where an array of new mobile gadgets are expected to be unveiled, audience measurement firm … Read the whole story

  • Cumulus, Arbitron Sign Deal For Radio Ratings

    Arbitron has won over one of the last major holdouts for its radio ratings service, with Thursday's announcement that Cumulus Media signed a deal … Read the whole story

  • Dentsu Acquires Mitchell - No, Not That Mitchell

    Dentsu Network, the U.S. agency division of Japanese agency holding company Dentsu, has acquired Mitchell Communications Group, a public relations agency based in Fayetteville, … Read the whole story

  • CBS Launches Second-Screen App

    CBS is expanding a second-screen iPad app to include "CSI:" and "Hawaii Five-O" after an initial launch with "NCIS: Los Angeles." Plans call for … Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: 'Atlantic' Posts Big Digital Gains

    The 'Atlantic' announced that digital advertising revenue increased 32% in 2012. In November, attracted 13.1 million unique visitors, while attracted 4.7 million … Read the whole story

  • New Vision Execs Form Alchemedia

    Following the sale of their entire New Vision station group to LIN TV, members of the management team are looking to build a new … Read the whole story

  • Argentina Uses Ads In Push To Regain Falklands

    The Argentine government placed an open-letter ad in two UK newspapers today, including 'The Guardian' and 'The Independent,' "inviting" the UK to participate in … Read the whole story

  • Media Reach: Publisher Metrocorp Buys Slice

    Metrocorp, parent company of 'Philadelphia' and 'Boston' magazines, confirmed it has purchased a majority interest in Slice Communications, a social media and public relations … Read the whole story

  • Blaxsploitgettiwestern, Anyone?

    "Django" can be a hard pill to swallow. Of course it's offensive to think of slavery as the subject of an exciting new action-entertainment … Read the whole story

  • And That's The Way It Was (Allah Be Praised?)

    It's hard to decide which makes less sense, Al Gore getting about $100 million for creating a boring-ass cable network that failed at every … Read the whole story