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  • Hammer: NBCU Cable Is All About 'Brandwidth'"First off, I think I have the best job in the industry," says NBC Universal's Bonnie Hammer, who speaks with Ad Age about how she's seen cable transform from an afterthought to the major growth force in the TV marketplace with the help of strong executives at her side. "Running the No. 1 channel and running the No. 6 channel, one very genre and one so broad, gives me total license to experiment with any kind of content on any platform out there."
  • Characters, and Brands, WelcomeThe lines between broadcast and cable continue to blur going into this year's upfront. Aggressively hoping to lead that charge this year is USA Network, the top-rated cable network across all demos in prime time and home to broadcast-caliber shows like "Monk," "Burn Notice" and "The Starter Wife" -- not to mention its ongoing coverage of the WWE and its status as the new home to "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," a refugee from NBC.
  • Companies bet big on name gameWhat’s in a name?
  • Mobium launches b-to-b resource site...brand marketers dealing with change. The five broad strategies are: Increase your brandwidth, hug your customers, architect your information, integrate your communications and interactivate your...
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