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Bio was originally spun off from A&E to capitalize on its hit series "Biography." The lineup lately has focused on crime and real estate.
ABC, Fox, A&E and others are joining NBC Universal on the See It platform, which lets consumers use Twitter to tune their TVs and DVRs.
Bye, bye baby: For the the first time since 2007, viewers won't see the savvy talking spokestot, or any E-Trade ad, in the big game.
Spotify has introduced a free ad-supported mobile service in a bid to attract people's ears and advertisers' wallets.
Malcolm Gladwell says Gawkerian snark isn't as useful as a recent essay suggested.
How the NSA piggybacks onto the tracking behaviors of commercial companies to enable exploitation and surveillance.
A Pantene commercial from the Philippines is going viral today thanks to an endorsement from the Facebook COO and author of the oft-referenced Lean In.
The decision to dissolve Ria Novosti, along with its international radio broadcaster, came as a complete surprise and signaled a major state media reorganization in Russia.
A Nexus-branded set-top box, which streams video from services like Hulu and Netflix, will run on Android, and could be available in the first half of 2014.
Alan Batey promoted in today's executive shifts; Dan Ammann to have greater hand in marketing.
If Kraft advertises mac and cheese, Mr. Moonves said, "What the heck is the difference if you watch it tonight live or 21 days from now?"
"If we don't fill that need, then it is going to get filled by somebody else," CEO Jeff Bewkes said at the UBS media conference.
Contribute to the pile of coal agency Bob's Your Uncle is sending Ford -- and it'll donate $1 to charity.
CEO Mark Thompson promised 'zero confusion' between what is journalism and what is advertising.
Under the rules, TCPA violations can now cost the offender $500-$1,500 per incident. And those numbers can add up quickly.
In the U.S., the Dannon brand is in heated competition for Greek-yogurt share.
Publicis Canada's Andrew Bruce will get a bump to CEO of 'super region' that replaces Publicis Canada, Publicis USA.
Agencies are hiring people with new skill sets, Marc Brownstein writes, but where do they fit?
With limited marketing budgets and a sea of free competition, media brands improvise great unpaid-media solutions, Antony Young argues.
Holiday campaign transforms small rooms into large public venues.
Interactive Advertising Bureau says it's all in for Sen. Mark Pryor, an Arkansas Democrat, in 2014.
Jonah Peretti never imagined people would watch much video on mobile devices, he says in this video from Advertising Week.
Eyewear marketer Warby Parker didn't originally plan to have physical stores, but that's changed now, co-CEO Neil Blumenthal told us.
For media-agency trading desks, programmatic has allowed them to deal directly with fewer sellers, while buying ads across a greater spectrum of sites.