Tuesday, January 8, 2013
  • Dentsu Suggests Early Retirement For 100 Staffers

    Tokyo-based Dentsu Inc. is implementing an early retirement program that is targeting 100 employees, although client billings were up almost 7%. The program is … Read the whole story

  • Ogilvy Fraudulent Billing Case Dismissed

    The plaintiff who sued Ogilvy & Mather, its digital agency subsidiary Neo@Ogilvy and two agency executives for fraudulent billing and unlawful retaliation has agreed … Read the whole story

  • Netflix, Warner Bros. Strike TV Deal

    Netflix's video-on-demand service has struck an eight-TV show deal with Warner Bros., including current first-year highly rated NBC show "Revolution," as well as SVOD … Read the whole story

  • Roku Strikes Program Deal With TWC, Fox

    Roku, the streaming TV/video set-top-box maker -- and growing content provider -- has raised the bar in striking new higher-profile TV programming deals with … Read the whole story

  • 'Downton Abbey' Premiere Ratings Soar

    PBS saw a massive increase in viewers for the season premiere of "Downton Abbey" on Sunday, pulling in an average of 7.9 million. The … Read the whole story

  • Time Warner: Despite Ratings Drop, Viewership Holds

    Time Warner CFO John Martin said Monday that despite ratings erosion with the broadcast networks, the company has no "serious concern" about a trend … Read the whole story

  • XBox NUads Pulls TV Into Digital Media Mix

    Microsoft released numbers Monday revealing that its NUads Xbox platform attracts 37% engagement rate. The company initially rolled out the Kinect-powered platform on the … Read the whole story

  • Moving Products: Understanding Coupons

    It's imperative that anyone who wants to offer/understand coupons for a grocery/mass shopping experience go out and use coupons. Read the whole story