Chris Ariens

Chris Ariens

Chris Ariens is TV and media editor and director of video. He oversees coverage of television, publishing, media marketing and strategy and more. He also edits Adweek's TVNewser, reporting on the national TV news media. As director of video, he oversees Adweek's original video.

The Daily Angle: Tuesday, Nov. 20

Celebrity Apprentice bows January 3, Kajeet launches text messaging for kids and Yahoo! News partners with the AP to launch political pulse. Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Friday, Nov. 16

CBS establishes a WiFi zone in NYC, MTV announces the search for its first virtual supermodel, and NBC auctions off show props for charity. Here’s Kela Walker with today’s Daily […]

The Daily Angle: Thursday Nov. 15

Imus makes a deal for TV, social networking site metrofunk launches and Vivendi tests out “Zaoza.” Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Wednesday Nov. 14

XM and Sirius THIS close to merging, AOL acquires Yedda Inc., and WorldTV.com helps you start your own channel. Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Tuesday Nov. 13

Google offers $10 million in prize money, Lifetime.com re-launches, MTVN offers affiliate site and The Daily Angle wants YOUR stories.

The Daily Angle: Wednesday Nov. 7

Facebook unveils an advertising plan, Microsoft adds ESPN programming to Xbox 360, and Martha Stewart introduces Martha’s Circle. Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Monday, Nov. 5

Google phone plans to be revealed, Oprah teams up with YouTube, and Loop’d takes amatuer sports live. Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle…

The Daily Angle: Friday, Nov. 2

Google and Myspace team up for OpenSocial, Hearst Argyle launches 10 additional channels, and FBN goes animated. Here’s Amy Palmer with today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Thursday, Nov. 1

Google introduces “open social”, Mobile ad revenue to reach $5B by 2012 and CNBC leads biz reporting Emmy nominations. Check out today’s Daily Angle.

The Daily Angle: Wednesday, Oct. 31

Google aims for mobile phones, MTV wants YOU to direct a music video, and MSN.com goes green. Here’s today’s Daily Angle.