Research and technology pioneers in the set-top-box space seem to have their own timeline for delivering the New World of STB ratings for the media business: Dateline 1492.
And then there was one: Nielsen is selling its floundering movie measurement business to competitor Rentrak.
A lesson learned from the TV Ratings biz should remind us all to backup early and often. And that a disaster avoided might still mean deliverables won’t be delayed.
LA consumers don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to see premium cable programming. Says who? Sezmi, a startup over-the-air-TV service.
by Dave Zornow Paul Lynde’s musical complaint in Bye Bye Birdie — echoed by the parents of baby boomers in the 60’s — still resonates with today’s parents. Too much TV. Nielsen says Kids 2-11 are watching more television than they have in years. The under six set averages 32 hours or more in front of the set each week… Read more →
The same financial disclosure journalists demand from sources should be applied to stories about labor, management and journalists.
Maybe someone should tell Gannett’s BattleCreekEnquirer.com that McCain lost, Sarah quit as Alaska Governor and what a difference a year can make. Literally.
Deadbeat Dads vs. Bounty Hunters: Has Reality TV Gone Too Far?
Forty years ago this summer, Woodstock was the place to be…or so the media and fading memories of today’s baby boomers would have you believe. Peter Gordon, who spent summers in the Catskills not far from the Bethel, NY site of the Woodstock Music & Arts Festival, remembers it all quite differently.