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  • Spanish-language stations left out of campaign spending rule

     
    New rules regarding political advertising disclosures are causing a stir, with Spanish-language stations being left out of one such rule tweak....
  • Internet advertising hits record $31 billion

     
    Internet advertising reached a record $31 billion last year -- a gain of 22% over 2010 spending, according to a report released Wednesday by the Internet Advertising Bureau....
  • FCC votes to require online disclosure of political ad spending

     
    The Federal Communications Commission voted on Friday to require local television stations to put detailed information about political advertising including the cost of specific commercials on their websites....
  • FCC's Genachowski pushes putting TV political ad costs online

     
    FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski pushed reform of political advertising disclosure rules at NAB convention....
  • Changing TV habits center stage at digital media presentation

     
    Prime-time TV ratings drop took center stage at the Digital Content NewFront presentations in New York , with former ABC Entertainment Chairman Lloyd Braun seizing on the numbers as an opportunity to talk about changing viewing habits and the rise of...
  • Sinéad O'Connor cancels tour due to bipolar struggle

     
    After two magnificent sold-out shows at the El Rey Theater in February, it seemed Sinéad O'onnor's troubles were behind her. Late Monday, however, O'Connor had some disappointing news for fans, revealing that she had cancelled her upcoming U.S. tour due...
  • Nielsen study finds 'second screen' viewing enhances TV experience

     
    So-called second screen viewing, when people watch TV with a portable device, is on the upswing. Measurement firm Nielsen found that people used tablets to check their email, hunt for sports scores and seek information about the show or a commercial...
  • More proof that "free" products can cost you

     
    The people and companies hawking this "free" book promised to show you how to get free gas for life and free solar panels for your home. But the book didn't teach customers how to do that, and came with hidden......
  • Spotify forges marketing partnership with Coca-Cola

     
    Spotify is hoping that Coke will teach the world to click its play button. The Swedish digital music service on Wednesday announced a broad-ranging marketing deal with Coca-Cola Co. that could help turbocharge the number of people who are exposed......
  • Target will stop selling the Kindle e-reader and other Amazon products

     
    Target, which stocks a number of e-readers in its electronics department, has decided to stop selling the Kindle e-reader and its accessories. "Target continually evaluates its product assortment to deliver the best quality and prices for our guests,"...
  • This sounds like a scam, but it's not - you could lose Internet access Monday

     
    Normally you'd want to steer clear of clicking on a weblink you're not familiar with, because bad things can happen. In this case, you could find yourself in trouble if you don't click on the link, the FBI, Better Business......
  • Unions raise nearly $10 million to fight Prop. 32

     
    A coalition of California labor unions has raised nearly $10 million to fight Proposition 32, far outpacing the backers of the November ballot measure that promises to eliminate special-interest money in politics....