Journalism, Media & Advertising

Al-Jazeera anchorwomen 'quit in clothing spat'

Five female news presenters at the pan-Arab Al-Jazeera satellite television channel have resigned over conflicts with management over dress code and other issues, a journalist there said on Sunday.

Washington Post Co. looking to sell Newsweek

ANDREW VANACORE Breitbart.com 06.05.2010
Washington Post Co. looking to sell Newsweek

The Washington Post Co. is putting Newsweek up for sale in hopes that another owner can figure out how to stem losses at the 77-year-old weekly magazine.


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Fox are launching a Fox US entertainment branded channel on the internet tv (IPTV) platform, ‘Now TV’ in Hong Kong. The channel shows topUS shows from Fox US including drama, scifi, action movies, animation, comedies and reality shows. There will ...

Photo: Seattle P-I goes to press for the final time

DEAN RUTZ The Seattle Times 17.03.2009
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The P-I, which traces its roots to the Civil War, published its last print edition this morning, dropping Seattle from the dwindling ranks of two-newspaper towns.


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BANGKOK - Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva Friday morning urged the Asian journalists to increase awareness and promote engagements in the regional-building both in Asean and broader Asia.

Hearst extends job offers for Web-only Seattle P-I

Eric Pryne The Seattle Times 06.03.2009
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The Hearst Corp. is asking a small number of journalists at its Seattle Post-Intelligencer to work for a possible online-only successor if the print P-I shuts down as expected this month, the paper reported on its Web site Thursday.


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Top production companies are participating at the coming AdFest 2009 event in Pattaya. In the AdFest 2009 Production Corner, these companies showcasing their services and directors include Cirkus from New Zealand, Telemaz Commercials from Germany,...

Licata: Seattle, save our PI

Luke Duecy KOMO News 28.01.2009
Licata: Seattle, save our PI

SEATTLE -- Working as a reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for the past nine years used to be the best job Kery Murakami ever had. "I've wanted to be a reporter since the third grade when I saw 'All the President's Men,'" Murakami said. "...


Hearst Corporation to Seek Buyer for Seattle Post-Intelligencer

SEATTLE--Hearst Corporation announced that it is offering for sale the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (P-I) and its interest in the Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) under which the P-I and The Seattle Times are published.

Minneapolis Star Tribune files for bankruptcy

Robert MacMillan Reuters UK 16.01.2009
Minneapolis Star Tribune files for bankruptcy

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Minneapolis Star Tribune, the 15th-largest daily U.S. paper based on circulation, filed for bankruptcy on Thursday, one of the biggest U.S. newspapers yet to financially flame out under a heavy debt load and a punishing de...


The Boston Globe plans to cut staff in newsroom

Robert Weisman The Boston Globe  16.01.2009
The Boston Globe plans to cut staff in newsroom

The Boston Globe, grappling with the economic downturn and financial pressures affecting the newspaper industry, yesterday said it plans to cut its newsroom payroll by as many as 50 full-time jobs, a reduction of nearly 12 percent in the company's...

An electronic Seattle Post Intelligencer?

John Berkowitz Examiner.com 12.01.2009
An electronic Seattle Post Intelligencer?

The coming demise of the Seattle PI which was announced on Friday was a disappointing turn in events which had been forecast for over twenty years. Only a couple of years ago the Times and the PI were in court because the Times was trying to kill ...


Hearst Looks to Sell or Close Seattle Paper

RICHARD PEREZ-PENA The New York Times 10.01.2009
Hearst Looks to Sell or Close Seattle Paper

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer will stop printing in 60 days unless the newspaper’s owner, the Hearst Corporation, can find a buyer by then, the company said on Friday. Hearst said that if it could not find a buyer, it would either shut the paper ...

KING-TV: Seattle Post-Intelligencer for sale, could close

The future of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer appeared uncertain tonight after a local television station reported the newspaper is setting the stage for closure — but then the paper's managing editor said he knew of no such plans.


HBO lands rights to Obama's inaugural ceremony

Paul J. Gough Reuters  07.01.2009
HBO lands rights to Obama's inaugural ceremony

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - HBO will kick off coverage of Inauguration Week with an exclusive Sunday, January 18, telecast of the star-studded opening ceremony, two days before the saturation coverage of President-elect Barack Obama's inaugura...

Adfest Launches A New Awards Category, "Lotus Roots"

To celebrate the launch of Adfest's long-term positioning, "Made In Asia", Adfest is launching an exciting new awards category called Lotus Roots, which celebrates the diversity of Asia Pacific cultures in advertising.


Poll: Internet Now Considered More Reliable Than TV, Radio News

Marshall Kirkpatrick ReadWriteWeb 22.11.2008
Poll: Internet Now Considered More Reliable Than TV, Radio News

Don't trust what you read on the internet? That's no longer the dominant sentiment in the US, according to a new poll by Zogby International. A survey of more than 3000 people performed in the two days after the US Presidential Election found that...

Burger King Has Dropped Its Wallet

Eick So Good 20.11.2008
Burger King Has Dropped Its Wallet

A handful of bloggers have been abuzz in the past week with news of the latest under-the-radar Burger King promotion. The fast food chain has dispensed agents across major U.S. cities (indications are it’s just been Chicago and Orlando so far) to ...


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MTV Asia shifts focus

Saul Symonds Hollywood Reporter 02.05.2008
MTV Asia shifts focus

HONG KONG -- MTV Networks Asia is overhauling its creative and editorial policies, shifting from a country-by-country focus to a Pan-Asian focus on music well-liked across the continent and the Asian Internet.



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