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Tony Case

Portfolio: A City Connected

Renowned New York artist captures today's mobile scene

Who better to capture a day in the mobile life of New York than one of the city’s most individual observers? Best known for his 2009 cover of The New…

Special Report: Editor's Letter

DVRs. PPMs. C3. Minute-by-minute. Rapid Report. Head-spinning advancement in media choices, technology and audience measurement—and the more stringent accountability demands of marketers—all have served to radically revamp the role of…

Hot Web Properties

NEW YORK Social networking. Video sharing. Music downloads. Celebrity gossip. The hottest trends on the Web owe much to the indomitable sites on our third annual Digital Hot List. Among…

The Digital Hot List 2007

NEW YORK Social networking. Video sharing. Music downloads. Celebrity gossip. The hottest trends on the Web owe much to the indomitable sites on our third annual Digital Hot List.Among the…

Special Report: Spanish Lesson

NEW YORK With their swelling viewership, vast integration opportunities and much-touted engagement with their audiences, the leading Spanish-language TV networks, which have long trailed the English-language nets in attracting national…

Special Report: Night Fall

NEW YORK Don't those old folks know it's past their bedtime?With the networks on a mission to attract younger viewers in prime time, the audience in late night—once a reliable…

Special Report: Travel

NEW YORK When Hilton Hotels kicked off its latest campaign last month—centered around National Kindness Week—the chain placed spots on a variety of cable channels including CNN, ESPN and The…

Special Report: Health & Beauty

NEW YORK Two years after it sent shockwaves through the broadcast networks and the ad community by gutting marketing bucks committed during the annual upfront negotiations, packaged goods giant Procter…

Special Report: Fast Food

NEW YORK Even as they promote healthier choices like salads, wraps and chicken sandwiches, America's fast-food chains are warming up to the fat, juicy burgers that put them on the…

The new year looks to be business as usual for

The new year looks to be business as usual for government regulation of the media, with perennial issues like ownership, indecency and the battle between the telcos and cable companies…

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