No conversation about Nielsen in the media business is complete without the word "frustration." There's little about the pre-eminent TV measurement company that hasn't drawn complaints, particularly…
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The station marketplace is morphing into mega groups as owners seek economies of scale.
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TouchCast is touting an app for creating Internet videos with fully interactive, live web elements far superior to what's available through YouTube — although the startup entertains no fantasies that…
An executive best known for his years in the trenches at various magazines has joined with investor Ron Burkle to reinvent himself as a guide to the often heady business of weaving advertisers into…
Measuring viewing interest and passion for television shows via social media was a big topic in 2012.
Nominations include best horror movie trailer, trashiest trailer, best comedy poster, more. . .
The current rage in movie trailer design is what audiences hear, not see, as Hollywood marketers create unique sounds to position their movies in the crowded summer sweepstakes.
Trailer houses and their main players