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News Corner March 4, 2015   4 Mar, 2015

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Small TV Nets Permit Programmatic Buying    4 Mar, 2015

NEW YORK – Interpublic’s Mediabrands unit has formed an alliance with several small television...More>>

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Report: 2015 Dubbed Year of Real Cord-Cutting    4 Mar, 2015

NEW YORK – This year may be the year the pay-TV industry suffers serious pain from cord cutters,...More>>

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TV Gets Most Ad Spend While Digital Is the Fastest Growing and Print Drops   4 Mar, 2015

BOSTON – Advertising spend in the U.S. is predicted to grow 3.2 percent in 2015 to $186.6 billion...More>>

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Wheeler on Net Neutrality Ruling: 'We Are Going to Be Sued'    4 Mar, 2015

WASHINGTON - Despite the threat of lawsuits from Verizon, AT&T and others over the Federal...More>>

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Another Box Office Smash! Entertainment and Sports Mogul Peter Guber Set to Deliver Response Expo Keynote on April 21   4 Mar, 2015

SANTA ANA, Calif. – Peter Guber, among the most successful executives and entrepreneurs in the...More>>

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News Corner February 25, 2015   25 Feb, 2015

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KSL Trustee Gets $1.75 Million From Sweet’N Low Parent   25 Feb, 2015

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – There is yet another bizarre twist in the bankruptcy proceedings of KSL...More>>

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Marketers Experiment With New Approaches in Digital Radio    25 Feb, 2015

NEW YORK – Even though marketers accept digital radio’s limitations as a rich media, they are...More>>

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Kagan: Wireless ‘Fully Engaged’ for 2016 Auction   25 Feb, 2015

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint – and possibly others – will be...More>>





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