During a panel discussion earlier this week previewing the new TV season, I worried, in regard to journalism, that “the metabolism of the Web is making us stupid.” Aaron Sorkin is equally concerned…
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Promising make buying Internet video advertising easier — and more TV-like — AOL announced a pact to acquire Adap.tv, which operates a global online video advertising platform, for $405 million in…
Facebook already has become a powerful promotional tool for film studios and TV networks. But the social network is about to increase the value of their marketing messages around the launch of a new…
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Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle cable network aimed at Latino audiences and backed by Univision and Walt Disney’s ABC, said it would launch in October 28 in approximately 20 million homes, bringing…
AOL named Bob Lord, previously head of ad agency Publicis Groupe’s digital technologies division, to run its advertising group, and AOL also officially announced a pact with Publicis to jointly offer…
Bedrocket Media Ventures, an Internet media firm and YouTube multichannel network operator, has taken a seven-figure investment in What's Trending, a YouTube channel whose daily talkshow generates…
In a move that could turn watching TV news into the sort of couch-potato gabfest one might expect to take place during the Super Bowl or the series finale of "Lost," Walt Disney's ABC News introduced…
When I criticized Dan Patrick for conducting a puffball interview with Charlie Sheen at the height of his Tiger-blood-infused public meltdown, the sports radio/TV host huffily responded by saying he…
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Friday boasted a long-awaited return to growth in 2012 for the first time in eight years as, he said, the firm works to build a "next generation" media and telecom company.
National Geographic Channels has hired former MTV exec Jennifer DeGuzman as communications veep, while promoting two others in the department.
The upcoming ABC sitcom "Work It" has sparked a growing backlash from various advocacy groups representing the LGBT community.