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NEW YORK — One of the bitterest scraps in the 2008 election season is well underway, although you may not hear much about it on Hardball with Chris Matthews . Instead of Democrats vs. Republicans, this clash pits TV stations against cable systems for one of the fastest-growing sources of local TV revenue: political ads. Up for grabs is a record amount of at least $2 billion that candidates and issue groups are expected to spend on the tube in the first presidential election year since 1928 without an incumbent president or vice president in the race. The outcome of the showdown may help determine whether future campaigns ...
is ESPN's current president, a position he has held since November 19, 1998. Bodenheimer has also headed ABC Sports, a separate legal entity now branded as ESPN on ABC , since March 3, 2003. ESPN's signature telecast, SportsCenter , debuted with the network and aired its 30,000th episode on February 11, 2007. ESPN broadcasts primarily from its studios in Bristol, Connecticut . The network also operates offices in New York City ; Seattle , Washington ; Charlotte , North Carolina ; and Los Angeles . The Los Angeles office, from which the late-night edition of SportsCenter is now broadcast, opened at L.A. Live in early ...
New Cable Labels from Sharpmark USA
Sixty years from now will we look back on the Arab suicide bombers and remember them with contempt or will we try and forget them because there is peace in the Arab world? Even though today Japan is our ally, there are still those who are alive that have bitter memories of the kamikaze attacks. In the thirteenth century, Japan was saved from two invasions from Kublai Khan’s invasion by the arrival of Pacific typhoons. A Japanese legend arose that Japan was favored by the gods and was protected by the “divine wind”, or in Japanese, by the kamikaze. Sport Relief presents Only Fools on Horses show, from 7 – 15 July, with the live ... market research, surveys and trends
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Got it for my sunroom. Picture looks great in almost direct sunlight. The controls are pretty basic and the picture controls are too. Not a fan of the matte/glossy finish. Mounted on a white wall so its pretty ugly (from my POV). Cable picture looks great. Feel like I got a great deal. <$500 “Great picture, great price” 2010-06-02 By Curtis G (OC, CA, USA) After 18 years with a 25″ RCA tube TV, I finally stepped up to HD. After watching (and complaining) for three months about the inconsistent picture quality of a previous HDTV purchase (Sylvania TV/DVD combo), it’s a real pleasure to watch ... market research, surveys and trends


Political television advertising to reach $3 billion -
A wide-open presidential race and a willingness by candidates, interest groups, unions and corporations to buy TV time will lead to historic spending for political and issue-advocacy advertising in the 2008 election cycle, an analysis shows. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has spent the most on TV advertising so far among presidential contenders. The cost to try to influence the 2008 election could exceed $3 billion, according to TNS Media Intelligence/Campaign Media Analysis Group, CNN's consultant on political television advertising. This is nearly twice as much than what was spent in 2004 when political and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Advertising Targeting African-American Consumers Exceeds $2.3 ...
NEW YORK ( -- In its first 12-month analysis of advertising spending on media outlets that reach African American consumers, The Nielsen Company reported today that spending for the period October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007 totaled $2.3 billion. The Nielsen African American ad spending analysis covers over 22,000 national, regional and local advertisers, across 130+ media vehicles. Nielsen Monitor-Plus, the advertising intelligence service of Nielsen, tracked 5 individual media for this analysis: Local Radio, National Magazine, National Cable TV, Network TV and Syndication TV. Local Radio reported the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
College conference alignment: Think blitz
It’s a popularity contest driven by television revenue. And it forever could change rivalries and Saturday afternoons in the fall. In a few years, it could be Texas A&M vs. Cal for the Pac-16 Conference title. It depends how the dominoes fall, starting as early as this week. “It’s sports economics meets musical chairs,” said David Carter, executive director of the Sports Business Institute at USC. “You do not want to be that school that is the last one left standing when the bellwether teams in your conference have decided to make a move. Increasingly, you have to move up, move down or move out. The big brands are coveted, and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Preschool Programs Replace SOAPnet
“Jake and the Never Land Pirates,” an interactive animated series for children and parents, is one of the new series planned for Disney Junior, a channel for preschoolers. In 2012, Disney Junior will take the place of SoapNet, a 10-year-old channel devoted to soap opera reruns that is available in about 75 million homes, according to Anne Sweeney, co-chairwoman of Disney Media Networks. Disney’s current preschool operation — a block of programming on Disney Channel and about two dozen Playhouse Disney international channels — will be rebranded Disney Junior starting next year. “This represents the next ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Obama Outspending McCain 3 to 1 on TV; Nearly 75% of Presidential ...
Oct 31, 2008 ... in North Carolina and Iowa. “Political scientists usually think that presidential races ... advertising in New Mexico and on national cable. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
S.C. Code of Laws Title 58 Chapter 12 Cable Television - www ...
The South Carolina Legislative Council is offering access to the unannotated South Carolina Code of Laws on the Internet as a service to the public. The unannotated South Carolina Code on the General Assembly's website is now current through the 2009 session. The unannotated South Carolina Code, consisting only of Code text and numbering, may be copied from this website at the reader's expense and effort without need for permission. The Legislative Council is unable to assist users of this service with legal questions. Also, legislative staff cannot respond to requests for legal advice or the application of the law to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Cable Television: Does Leased Access Mean Least Access?
Cable television today has changed significantly from the time the Cable Act was passed. Cable now makes multi-channel video service available to about 90 percent of U.S. television homes. 78 Advertising revenues exceed two billion dollars a year. 79 Cable penetration (homes subscribing) is roughly 60 percent of all television homes 80 and about 90 percent of cable subscribers receive at least 30 channels. 81 For many subscribers, cable is the only video conduit into the home, since cable alleviates the need to erect or maintain over-the-air reception antennas. 82 As described earlier, in promulgating its early rules regarding ...
24 Low-Cost Ways To Promote Your Business
An acquaintance of mine who changes "businesses" about as often as a teenager changes clothes recently sent me a postcard announcing his latest venture: Internet Business Consulting. He was, his announcement proclaimed, ready to help businesses set up Web pages to do business on the Internet. This was the individual's third business in two years. Previous ventures included selling advertising specialties and starting a niche-market magazine, neither of which were successful. Remarkably, this gentleman had only learned how to use a computer and modem a couple of ...
Google Answers: TV advertising market data
Could someone please help me to find market data regarding cable and broadcast tv stations in the US, specifically: - what is the demographic reach of each station, in each major city/area, in different time slots during the day, - how many people do actually watch, - what is the average response for direct response advertising. Are there websites for subscriptions or research companies providing such service? I checked the Nielsen site, but found only data at least 1 or 2 years old (even for that I would have to pay money - the only free report was one about ecommerce based on data from sprint 1999!!). Additionally, I ...