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  • Rivalry grows between CTV and CITY-TV
    Tuesday May 31st 2011

    Rogers Media Inc. president Keith Pelley took to the stage at Toronto’s Canon Theatre on Monday with a message aimed as much at his competitors as at his audience. “It seems some people are taking notice of us,” Mr. Pelley told the crowd of ad buyers, who had gathered to see CITY-TV’s programming lineup for the fall season. Indeed, if one theme stood out on the day that Rogers Media made its “upfront” presentation of new shows, it is the growing rivalry between CTV and CITY-TV.

  • Canadians on TV shopping spree
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Montreal — It was a new-look Canadian TV contingent that arrived in Los Angeles for the May Screenings and, thanks to a fresh crop of owners with deep pockets, the main networks were buying with renewed vigor. But they’re also buying differently. Following a couple of years of rapid-fire change[…]

  • China Opens $690 Million Animation Facility Near Beijing
    Monday May 30th 2011

    China has opened a 4.5 billion yuan ($690 million) animation facility in Tianjin, the port city nearest the capital, Beijing, giving the domestic cartoon industry a much-needed boost just as Kung Fu Panda 2 reminds China how far behind Hollywood it is. More than 180 firms have signed up for animation production and related services at the state-backed 190 acre base, located in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city, about 30 minutes by high-speed rail from Beijing, the Xinhua news agency reported over the weekend.

  • Google just blew past Yahoo in online display advertising
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Google, known for its dominant position in search, just crossed an important milestone, unseating Yahoo as the biggest seller of online display ads in the U.S., according to IDC. Google’s share of the U.S. display ad market grew to 14.7% in the first quarter of 2011, compared to Yahoo’s 12.3%.[…]

  • Jann Wenner: Magazines’ rush to iPad is ‘sheer insanity and insecurity and fear’
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Nobody mistakes Jann Wenner — whose Wenner Media publishes Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men’s Journal — for a digital fanboy. He was lukewarm enough on the internet to let another company license and run RollingStone.com from 2003 through 2010. Last year he orchestrated a magazine industry ad campaign promoting the “power of print.” But his tentative take on even the iPad may dismay the big publishing powers…

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  • Rivalry grows between CTV and CITY-TV
    Tuesday May 31st 2011

    Rogers Media Inc. president Keith Pelley took to the stage at Toronto’s Canon Theatre on Monday with a message aimed as much at his competitors as at his audience. “It seems some people are taking notice of us,” Mr. Pelley told the crowd of ad buyers, who had gathered to see CITY-TV’s programming lineup for the fall season. Indeed, if one theme stood out on the day that Rogers Media made its “upfront” presentation of new shows, it is the growing rivalry between CTV and CITY-TV.

  • Canadians on TV shopping spree
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Montreal — It was a new-look Canadian TV contingent that arrived in Los Angeles for the May Screenings and, thanks to a fresh crop of owners with deep pockets, the main networks were buying with renewed vigor. But they’re also buying differently. Following a couple of years of rapid-fire change[…]

  • China Opens $690 Million Animation Facility Near Beijing
    Monday May 30th 2011

    China has opened a 4.5 billion yuan ($690 million) animation facility in Tianjin, the port city nearest the capital, Beijing, giving the domestic cartoon industry a much-needed boost just as Kung Fu Panda 2 reminds China how far behind Hollywood it is. More than 180 firms have signed up for animation production and related services at the state-backed 190 acre base, located in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city, about 30 minutes by high-speed rail from Beijing, the Xinhua news agency reported over the weekend.

  • Google just blew past Yahoo in online display advertising
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Google, known for its dominant position in search, just crossed an important milestone, unseating Yahoo as the biggest seller of online display ads in the U.S., according to IDC. Google’s share of the U.S. display ad market grew to 14.7% in the first quarter of 2011, compared to Yahoo’s 12.3%.[…]

  • Jann Wenner: Magazines’ rush to iPad is ‘sheer insanity and insecurity and fear’
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Nobody mistakes Jann Wenner — whose Wenner Media publishes Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men’s Journal — for a digital fanboy. He was lukewarm enough on the internet to let another company license and run RollingStone.com from 2003 through 2010. Last year he orchestrated a magazine industry ad campaign promoting the “power of print.” But his tentative take on even the iPad may dismay the big publishing powers…

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Archives for: May 20115
  • Rivalry grows between CTV and CITY-TV
    Tuesday May 31st 2011

    Rogers Media Inc. president Keith Pelley took to the stage at Toronto’s Canon Theatre on Monday with a message aimed as much at his competitors as at his audience. “It seems some people are taking notice of us,” Mr. Pelley told the crowd of ad buyers, who had gathered to see CITY-TV’s programming lineup for the fall season. Indeed, if one theme stood out on the day that Rogers Media made its “upfront” presentation of new shows, it is the growing rivalry between CTV and CITY-TV.

  • Canadians on TV shopping spree
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Montreal — It was a new-look Canadian TV contingent that arrived in Los Angeles for the May Screenings and, thanks to a fresh crop of owners with deep pockets, the main networks were buying with renewed vigor. But they’re also buying differently. Following a couple of years of rapid-fire change[…]

  • China Opens $690 Million Animation Facility Near Beijing
    Monday May 30th 2011

    China has opened a 4.5 billion yuan ($690 million) animation facility in Tianjin, the port city nearest the capital, Beijing, giving the domestic cartoon industry a much-needed boost just as Kung Fu Panda 2 reminds China how far behind Hollywood it is. More than 180 firms have signed up for animation production and related services at the state-backed 190 acre base, located in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city, about 30 minutes by high-speed rail from Beijing, the Xinhua news agency reported over the weekend.

  • Google just blew past Yahoo in online display advertising
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Google, known for its dominant position in search, just crossed an important milestone, unseating Yahoo as the biggest seller of online display ads in the U.S., according to IDC. Google’s share of the U.S. display ad market grew to 14.7% in the first quarter of 2011, compared to Yahoo’s 12.3%.[…]

  • Jann Wenner: Magazines’ rush to iPad is ‘sheer insanity and insecurity and fear’
    Monday May 30th 2011

    Nobody mistakes Jann Wenner — whose Wenner Media publishes Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men’s Journal — for a digital fanboy. He was lukewarm enough on the internet to let another company license and run RollingStone.com from 2003 through 2010. Last year he orchestrated a magazine industry ad campaign promoting the “power of print.” But his tentative take on even the iPad may dismay the big publishing powers…

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