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International Herald Tribune: Muslims can read, listen to Quran on LG television

September 16, 2008

The Associated Press Published: September 16, 2008 SEOUL, South Korea: LG Electronics Inc. said Tuesday it has marketed a new large-screen plasma display television in the Middle East that allows users to both read and listen to the Quran, the Muslim holy book. LG said in a release that the TV, which comes in 42 inch and […]

Multichannel News: Cable Building A More Diverse Workforce

September 16, 2008

  By Stuart Miller — Multichannel News,09/14/2008 The cable industry has long strived for diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism in the workplace. But executives agree that over the last year and a half — as the nation followed a historic presidential primary race between an African-American and a woman — operators and networks have ramped up […]

AdAge: Programming Changes Cause Drop in Product Placement

September 15, 2008

  Cable Down 20% From Last Year, While Broadcast Reaps Benefits By Max Lakin  Published: September 15, 2008 NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Despite popular sentiment to the contrary (e.g., all those designer threads on “Gossip Girl”), product placement has had less airtime on network TV for the first six months of the year compared with the same […]

ADWEEK: Advertisers Won’t Abandon TV

September 12, 2008

Marketers expected to order $2 billion in Q4 Sept 12, 2008 -By John Consoli, Mediaweek Even in a down economy, TV’s Q4 ad picture looks sharp. NEW YORK Overall, national advertisers are expected to finalize fourth-quarter prime-time upfront advertising “holds” to “orders” of more than $2 billion. Despite a troubled economy that is spawning rising retail […]