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Belo Makes Cuts

A.H. Belo Corp., owner of The Dallas Morning News and three other daily newspapers, plans to cut employee salaries by as much as 15 percent next month, the Morning News…

CBS Remains on the Friday Map While Other Nets Falter

THE PROGRAMMING INSIDERMonday, March 2, 2009 Prime-Time Ratings:Weekend Highlights  Ratings Box:What's Hot/What's Not  On the Air Tonight:Prime-Time Programming Options TV Tidbits:Notes of Interest  TV Trivia Time:A Hip Sweathog___________________________________________________________________________ Prime-Time Ratings:Weekend Highlights  Friday 2/27/09Note:…

Parade CEO Anderson to Retire

NEW YORK Walter Anderson, the longtime chairman and CEO of Condé Nast's Parade Publications, who is credited with growing Parade magazine's circulation as he improved the quality of its content,…

Strong Showing For The Grammy Awards on CBS

THE PROGRAMMING INSIDERMonday, February 9, 2009 Prime-Time Ratings:Weekend Highlights  Ratings Box:What's Hot/What's Not  On the Air Tonight:Prime-Time Programming Options TV Tidbits:Notes of Interest  TV Trivia Time:Visiting Cheers  ___________________________________________________________________________ Prime-Time Ratings:Weekend Highlights  Friday 2/06/09Note:…

Trib Interactive Hires CC Exec

Erica Thorton has been named chief financial officer of Tribune Interactive. Thornton most recently was vice president/finance for Clear Channel Chicago. In her new capacity, she will be responsible for…

Nielsen Expands Role of 2 Execs; Forms Media & Entertainment Group

NEW YORK Nielsen Business Media today announced the formation of the Media & Entertainment Group by bringing together AdweekMedia and the Entertainment division. The move aligns Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek, Editor…

William Petersen's Departure Ignites CSI

THE PROGRAMMING INSIDERFriday, January 16, 2009  Prime-Time Metered Market Thursday Ratings:Hefty Victory for CBS Care of CSI Ratings Box:What’s Hot/What’s Not On the Air This Weekend:Prime-Time Programming Options  TV Tidbits:Notes of Interest TV Trivia Time:A…

eMarketer: Newspapers Face Harsh Reality

NEW YORK The outlook for newspaper publishers in the U.S. is grim; their business model is broken and advertisers are bailing, according to eMarketer.Newspaper ad revenue will decline 16.4 percent…

Adweek.com's Most-Read Stories of 2008

In a year that witnessed an epic meltdown in the media and advertising world, it's perhaps no surprise that coverage of Time Inc. calling for buyouts in the face of…

NPR to Reduce Staff by 7%

Despite the fact that National Public Radio has reached near-record audience levels on-air and online -- with 26.4 million people listening to its programs each week and 8 million people…

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