Freedom of the press is an idea we can all get behind. That is, until the press gets behind the bushes to take pictures at kids’ soccer games. As Malibu officials draft an anti-paparazzi ordinance, a Malibu born-and-raised journalist says the paparazzi can, and often do, go too far.
Nielsen says that VCRs are down but not (thrown) out. At least not yet.
NBC’s Tim Russert was taken from our living rooms during an election year — a time when we needed him the most.
Don’t get steamed about TV viewing. Get streamed.
At 17 months and counting, it’s taking longer to birth this baby than it takes to have a real baby. Here’s the inside scoop and what’s not been happening inside the FCC.
We thought the Internet had it’s roots during the Cold War. But the idea of creating a context-link by content goes back to the Father Of Documentation.
The FCC Commish is finally ready to green light this deal — pending a few concessions.
What if Bruce Springsteen wrote Nielsen’s press releases?
Spring Fever gone bad: the sad tale of unrequited Web love online and on Wall Street.
Citing improvements in PPM samples among 18-34, Arbitron has green-lighted PPM as currency in eight markets. New York (including Nassau-Suffolk, Middlesex-Somerset-Union) Los Angeles (including Riverside-San Bernardino) Chicago and San Francisco (including San Jose) The September reports for these markets, using PPM data, will be available on October 8, 2008. At that time the company’s diary-based radio ratings will be withdrawn… Read more →