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Kenneth Hein

Michael Jackson Scores Top Downloads

It wouldn't be that strange to find Chuck Berry's "Johnnie B. Goode," Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" and Michael Jackson's "Black or White" on someone's iPod. Each of these tracks was…

Nielsen: Record June for Gaming

Consumers may not be buying as many new consoles, but they sure are spending a lot of time playing the ones they have. This June marked the hottest on record…

Nielsen: Media to Blame for Lacking Recession Coverage?

As the global economy appears to, at least, be bottoming out, questions still remain as to why so many people worldwide were blindsided by the severity of the crisis. Part…

Gray, LSN Expanding Local Content Pact

Gray Television today announced that it is expanding its partnership with LSN, Inc., Local Solutions. Under the terms of the deal, LSN will be continue to deliver news, weather, sports…

EA Supports Kutcher's Twitter Stunt

NEW YORK After making millions of dollars simulating real life, EA's The Sims 3 is supporting Ashton Kutcher's reality TV show-style throwdown against Ted Turner by donating some of those…

Microsoft to Underwrite PBS' 'Business Report'

Software giant Microsoft announced today that it has become a national sponsor of PBS's Nightly Business Report. It will partially underwrite the Emmy-award winning show, which celebrates its 30th anniversary…

Shatner Returns to Priceline.com for New Campaign

A far cry from his days as Captain Kirk taking on space aliens, William Shatner returns this week to battle the economy in a new Priceline.com TV campaign. In his…

The Winners and Losers of the Digital Transition

For several years now, trend watchers and tech gurus have been assuring Americans that the digital age is upon them. This despite the fact that, according to a 2008 study…

Mobile Ad Spend, Marketing On Hold for '09?

The day after Thanksgiving, J.C. Penney customers were roused with a wake-up call. The service one might find at most high-end hotels was provided free of charge as part of…

YouTube CMO Spills on 'Live' Event

On Saturday YouTube will stream its first live event. YouTube Live will be held in San Francisco at 5 p.m. The event is meant to reflect the scale and diversity…

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