Television News Daily
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
  • DVR Penetration Means Time-Shifted Viewing Is Up

    Television time-shifted viewing is growing this season -- for almost all shows. Brad Adgate, senior vice president and corporate media director for Horizon Media, … Read the whole story

  • Over the Limit: Underage Kids See More Alcohol Ads

    A new study by the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth claims a rise in TV alcohol advertising to underage young viewers -- and … Read the whole story

  • P&G's Pepto-Bismol Targets Party-Hardly-ers

    "Pepto has generated an incredible pop-culture relevance ranging from multiple references to our recognizable 'Pepto-Bismol Pink' color to inclusion in humorous news stories and … Read the whole story

  • Cablevision Completes Bresnan Acquisition

    Cablevision, which spent years building its lucrative footprint in the New York area, is now operating in the Rockies. The company has completed its … Read the whole story

  • Time Warner Cable Names Marcus COO

    Time Warner Cable's CFO Robert Marcus becomes president/COO, replacing Landel Hobbs, an advocate for cable operators' boosting ad sales and a leader in the … Read the whole story

  • MTV Network Integrates Across Properties, Social

    MTV Networks (MTVN) has implemented Janrain Engage to give site visitors one log-in across the network of more than 50 properties, as well as … Read the whole story

  • TV Hits Rare, But NBC Can 'Sing'

    TV shows with a sudden rise in viewership are rare these days: NBC now has one of those in "The Sing-Off." The second-year limited … Read the whole story

  • Televisions: Flat Profile For Sales Of 3D Sets

    Give me television equipment surveys -- and then give me real results. The truth seems to be somewhere in between. Talk to the chief … Read the whole story

  • Watching TV One Minute; Someone On TV Watching ME, The Next

    Though Internet and mobile platforms seem to garner more concerns over privacy, TV, for all its laid-back, lean-back media profile, still makes the average … Read the whole story