Television News Daily
Monday, November 7, 2011
  • Chevrolet Talks Family With New Silverado Campaign

    Forget minivans; pickup trucks -- especially crew cabs -- are the glue that holds families together. That might be a subplot for Chevrolet's Hispanic … Read the whole story

  • Jeep Attacks! Touts 'Call Of Duty' Wrangler

    In its second year of a product-integration partnership with Activision's "Call of Duty" game franchise, Jeep is pulling out the stops for a national … Read the whole story

  • Big 3 In Dead Heat With Late-Night Viewers

    For the most current reporting week of October 24, all three major networks' programs that begin networks' start of late-night time periods -- 11:30 … Read the whole story

  • Univision Posts Gains Due To Multiplatform, Young Viewers

    Claiming growing strength among young viewers, Univision, the Spanish-language media company, reported strong net income and slightly higher revenue gains. Third-quarter revenue rose 1.7% … Read the whole story

  • Time Warner Weighs Cost Of NFL

    There was a time in the 1990s when TNT carried a slice of NFL games each season, splitting a package with ESPN. Now, with … Read the whole story

  • Small Screen, Big Picture: Postcard from Israel

    Two big events played out on TV while I was in Israel last month. Many times, our perception of the ongoing conflict in Israel … Read the whole story

  • YouTube Premium TV Plans: Still Searching For Right Promotional Formula

    YouTube continues to be positioned as a considerable threat when it comes to starting up premium TV channels -- somewhat akin to Hulu. But … Read the whole story