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According to TVNewser’s Program Ranker, “Of the top 15 shows on cable news in July, (M-F, 25-54 demo) 12 are on FNC.”
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tim Cuprisin writes, “FOX News rules the ratings, as always, but who’s in second is less certain”
Reuters reports, “Their public fight-for-the-right-to-marry has tended to overshadow the fact that XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio must keep their businesses running.”
A Novak-Dowd one night stand?!?
A tipster tells us that Anne Schroeder is Politico’s reporter of the month.
Hollywood Reporter reports, “With the 2008 presidential election heating up, the Internet is replacing TV as the ‘dominant media force in political campaigning,’ according to Jeffrey Cole, a USC professor behind a seven-year study on the impact of online technology.”
“Fox News Dominates July News Ratings”
EWeek.com reports, “The Federal Communications Commission approved rules for the upcoming auction of the 700MHz airwave spectrum that granted only half of what Google had requested.”
Deal Journal writes, “Has Newspaper Consolidation Run its Course?”
From The Hollywood Reporter: “America’s int’l news deficit may benefit BBC”
TV Week reports, “The Federal Communications Commission Tuesday unveiled 10 new studies on media consolidation issues, and it didn’t take long for consolidation critics to attack both them and the agency.”
International Women’s Media Foundation is looking for a Manager, Networking and Membership.
SNL Financial, LC is looking for a Project Manager.
Cato Institute is looking for a Marketing Coordinator.
The Atlantic Media Company is looking for a Web Producer.
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