Decades after the Mad Men era, men still largely run ad agencies. But even if agencies can still feel like boys' clubs, recently women have been gaining a number of top jobs.
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With the Supreme Court on Wednesday effectively putting the kibosh on Aereo's streaming service, CEO Chet Kanojia announced that at 11:30 a.m.
Dish signed up for 100 million impressions with a far-reaching YouTube video campaign. The TV provider bought the top spot on YouTube over two days—the masthead on desktop and mobile—showing a video spot it first created for Hispanic markets.
Havas Worldwide has installed a new president atop its Chicago office but he's a familiar face at the agency.
Dish scored another legal victory against Fox over the Hopper's ability to automatically skip commercials.
The retransmission fight between Media General and Dish is now being waged at the Federal Communications Commission.
Dish Network took its retransmission fight with Media General to the Federal Communications Commission, filing a complaint against the broadcaster for not negotiating in good faith. Since Oct. 1, Media General TV stations in 17 markets such as Tampa, Fla., and Raleigh-Durham, N.C., have been blacked out on Dish's systems.
Retransmission reform advocates think they've got an opening to convince Congress it's time to change the law that leads to blackouts like the one between CBS and Time Warner Cable that left more than 3 million Time Warner Cable subscribers outside the CBS dome.
Al Jazeera America (AJAM) launches on Tuesday with both the boundless enthusiasm of the hard-core news hounds who are driving its slick, expensive content, and a branding problem as big as the Persian Gulf.