Television News Daily
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
  • Appy Holidays: Digital Supplants Radio As Seasonal Medium, Spot TV Remains No. 1

    It's beginning to look a lot like digital, almost everywhere Madison Avenue goes this holiday season. That's the finding of a special "flash survey" … Read the whole story

  • Rentrak Extends CEO Livek Through 2015

    Rentrak, the measurement company pushing into Nielsen's turf, has extended CEO Bill Livek's contract by two years to run until mid-2015, according to a … Read the whole story

  • Google Touts Search Changes, LG TV Deal Rumors Fly

    Google has made updates to cross-language information retrieval, page titles, rich snippets for applications, date-restricted queries and queries that contain non-Latin characters. The company … Read the whole story

  • NBC Looks To Revamp Mid-Season Schedule With New Series

    NBC, still looking to reverse its prime-time fortunes, is one of the first out of the gate in looking to revamp its mid-season schedule … Read the whole story

  • Mid-November Sunday Prime For TV Network Viewing

    A mid-November Sunday for the networks is still a prime area for TV viewing. While NBC's "Sunday Night Football" still ruled the night, other … Read the whole story

  • Big 4 TV Nets Wane As Google, Facebook Command Ad Dollars

    Television advertising at more than $65 billion annually may seem impervious to erosion by interactive digital forces, but it's just a matter of time … Read the whole story

  • Warming Up The Old Mobile TV Tubes

    Mobile storytelling may be catching on in my family. Well, I mean mobile stories by my daughter and wife that don't involve tales of … Read the whole story