Citations with the tag: MASS media
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- Sneak Peek.
// Kids Tribute; Winter2003, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p28
Presents information on two detective and suspense motion pictures for children.
- Advertising Pays if...
// Subconsciously Speaking; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p10
No abstract available.
- Electronic Technology: Speaking the Electronic Language.
Kittleson, Mark J. // American Journal of Health Behavior; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p123
No abstract available.
- Electronic Technology: Sources of Data.
Kittleson, Mark J. // American Journal of Health Behavior; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p252
No abstract available.
- Electronic Notes: Ten Web Sites One Should Bookmark.
Kittleson, Mark J. // American Journal of Health Behavior; Mar/Apr99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p157
No abstract available.
- Media news in brief.
Kittleson, Mark J. // Music Week; 10/9/2010, Issue 40, p8
The article offers news briefs about topics related to the mass media in England.
- Media nevus in brief.
Kittleson, Mark J. // Music Week; 1/8/2011, Issue 1, p6
The article offers media news briefs in Great Britain, including the movement of DJ Lucio over the breakfast slot at Planet Rock, the sales of 12 million digital radios, and the road tour of E4 programme Skins.
- The Canada that is keeps shattering the media's most cherished illusions.
Byfield, Ted // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 6/27/94, Vol. 21 Issue 28, p44
Comments on the reporting practices of the Canadian media and notes that often media pundits largely talk to themselves instead of the majority of Canadians who hold to values different from their own. Description of the modern Canadian media as `the new ruling class.'
- Weather Channel succumbs to Europe's overcrowding.
Byfield, Ted // Advertising Age International; 02/09/98, p20
No abstract available.
- EMS finds more affluent Europeans going online.
Britt, Bill // Advertising Age International; 06/08/98, p9
Presents the results of the 1997 European Media and Marketing Survey. Viewership of international television channels; Ranking of print media; Growth of the Internet.
Britt, Bill // Advertising Age's Euromarketing; 8/6/96, Vol. 9 Issue 47, p6
Reports on developments related to the mass media in Europe as of the week of August 6, 1996. Includes the Spanish government's passage of a measure that will allow the privatization of regional autonomous television stations; Finnish commercial broadcaster MTV3's deal with the National Ice...
- Media Resources.
Britt, Bill // Business NH Magazine; Jul2003, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p35
Lists several mass media sources in New Hampshire. 'Berlin Daily Sun'; 'The Eagle Times'; 'Carriage Towne News'; 'Derry News'; 'Meredith News'; 'Merrimack News Connection.'
- Watching and Worrying.
Griffiths, Eldon // Orange County Business Journal; 10/13/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p71
Focuses on the mass media coverage of events in Great Britain and the U.S. Coverage of politics, violence and sex.
- The media and the Middle East.
Griffiths, Eldon // Commentary; Jun84, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p29
Put simply, American journalists are interested in only two topics in the Middle East: Israel and the U.S. Whatever takes place that is related to these countries is amplified and broadcast to the world; whatever does not is virtually ignored. Article amplifies the topic.
- NBC's Telemundo comes up in world.
Block, Valerie // Crain's New York Business; 12/16/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 50, p3
Reports on the improved performance of Spanish-language network Telemundo in the U.S. Reasons cited for improved performance; Comparison of revenues of the network with another Spanish-language network Univision; Role of government policies in improving Telemundo.
- Top 20 media companies.
Barbarello, Kathleen // Central New Jersey Business; 7/12/95, Vol. 8 Issue 15, p17
Presents the top media companies in New Jersey as of July 12, 1995. Daily newspapers; Weekly newspapers; Radio; Cable; Outdoor media.
- Media barons swoop in to boost S. African press.
Matloff, Judith // Christian Science Monitor; 7/7/95, Vol. 87 Issue 155, p7
Discusses the rush of foreign newspapers and other media services to South Africa and the debate of the supporters and detractors about the issue. Names of some foreign newspapers in South Africa; Controversy over the entry of Rupert Murdoch to the broadcasting world of S. Africa.
- THE INSIDER.
Greppi, Michele // Electronic Media; 12/30/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 51, p6
Presents information related to the U.S. electronic media as of December 30, 2002. Delay in the display of a promotional advertisement on the cable television network Home Box Office; Rebecca Mark's contact with several of her high school and college friends after her appearance in the...
- View of American journalism through Russian journalist's eyes.
Nurpeisov, Timur // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 06/22/98, Issue 322319, p6
Examines the status of the mass media in Kazakhstan. Government's control of the mass media; Reasons for the failure of the Kazakhstani press to meet the Western standards of journalistic writing; Call for unity among the press people to enhance the freedom of the press.
- TOP TEN STORIES THIS WEEK.
Nurpeisov, Timur // Lawyer; 4/19/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 16, p2
The article highlights the top 10 stories for the week as of April 19, 2010 in Great Britain.
- Telemundo to broadcast Diamondbacks games.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 02/23/98, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p10
Presents mass media news briefs from Arizona compiled as of February 23, 1998. Team up between the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league baseball team with Telemundo to broadcast 30 games; Inclusion of Tucson-related articles in the March 1998 issue of the `Arizona Highways' magazine; Announcement...
- Open house to introduce Warner Bros. station.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 03/23/98, Vol. 7 Issue 52, p10
Presents developments related to the mass media of Tucson, Arizona as of the week of March 23, 1998. Includes the open house planned by television station KWBA; Airing of the program `Capitol Update' on radio station KFNN; Appearance of Martin Stone, owner of Tucson Sidewinders, at the Tucson...
- Capstar taking over for SFX at four local stations.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 04/06/98, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p9
Reports on developments in the mass media industries in Tucson, Arizona as of April 6, 1998. Sale of SFX Broadcasting to Capstar Broadcasting Partners; Executive movements at Arizona Lotus Corp.; Journal Broadcast Group's appointment of Mark Bentz as local sales manager for KZPT-FM, KFFN-AM and...
- Teacher scholarship promotes long-distance learning.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 04/13/98, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p21
Presents news relevant to mass media in Tucson, Arizona for the week of April 13, 1998. Includes the educational technology scholarship given by Jones Intercable and Knowledge TV; Purchase of Malrite Communications Group by Raycom Media Inc.
- Cafe Terra Cotta stretches exposure to Lands' End.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 04/20/98, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p15
Presents news briefs related to mass media in Tucson, Arizona as of April 20, 1998. Includes Cyclone Productions' upgrading of its three-dimensional department with the purchase of Alias Wavefront's Maya Software; EastWest Media Productions' teamup with Sears Canada for a series of fashion...
- Arbitrons show listeners are getting The Point.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 05/11/98, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p22
Reports on developments concerning mass media in Arizona as of May 11, 1998. Includes Journal Broadcasting Group's start-up station, The Point (KZPT-FM); Arizona Lotus Corp.'s staff changes at KFMA-FM; KGUN-TV Channel 9's holding of its annual Associated Press awards.
- Local Fox affiliate gets new general manager.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 05/18/98, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p17
Presents developments related to mass media in Tucson, Arizona as of the week of May 18, 1998. Includes the appointment of Diane Firsch as general manager of television station KMSB Channel 11; Feature of Jones Intercable in the book `Tales of Knock Your Socks Off Service'; Holding of a...
- Pima College launches course on public relations.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 05/25/98, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p9
Reports on developments related to mass media in Tucson, Arizona as of May 25, 1998. Includes Pima Community College's `Introduction to Public Relations' course; Sales managers appointed at KVOA-TV; Casino Night fund raising.
- Rock jock joins AM talk lineup at KNST.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 06/01/98, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p8
Presents news items the mass media business in Tucson, Arizona as of June 1, 1998. Includes the return of former KLPX-FM 96.1 morning show host Mike Rapp in Tucson at KNST-AAM 790; Benefits of Spanish-language station KHRR-TV Channel 40's major league baseball partnership with Arizona...
- UA journalism department looking for support.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 07/06/98, Vol. 8 Issue 15, p8
Presents mass media related news items in Tucson, Arizona for the week ending July 6, 1998. Includes search for support for the University of Arizona department of journalism; Marketing plan of the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau; Public relations event at Funtasticks Family...
- State steps up to the plate with marketing guide.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 07/27/98, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p9
Presents news updates concerning mass media in Tucson, Arizona for the week ending July 27, 1998. Publication of the `Diamonds in the Desert' marketing guide by the Arizona Department of Commerce; Digital television service offered by TCI Inc.; Hiring of Sarah Evans as community relations...
- Bustling LP&G celebrates fifth anniversary.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 08/31/98, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p18
Presents news items related to mass media in Arizona as of August 31, 1998. Includes fifth anniversary of LP&G Inc.; RightFAX's enlisting of LP&G's services in planning an annual gathering of dealers; Opening of additional offices of O'Rourke; Hilton & Myers Advertising's advertising account...
- Local TV affiliates applaud Florida court decision.
Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business; 09/07/98, Vol. 8 Issue 24, p12
Reports on developments in the mass media industry in and around Tucson, Arizona, recent to September 7, 1998. Includes the airing of chronicle on growth of Tucson by Cox Communications' Channel 12; Feature on Aire Design Co. in upcoming national design book; Varsity Clubs of America as sponsor...
- Specialties now in sight for a medium that covers all media.
Ellingson, Dave // Las Vegas Business Press; 3/13/95, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p22
Presents mass media developments in Las Vegas, Nevada. Includes competition between computer network services such as America Online, Compuserve and eWorld; Media access workshop hosted by the Las Vegas Association of Black Journalists; Opening of the full-service advertising and public...
- Channel 3 gambling that 4 p.m. newscast will work.
Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press; 6/5/95, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p22
No abstract available.
- Another ad option: Keying in on specific groups of cable viewers.
Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/26/95, Vol. 12 Issue 25, p24
Reports on developments related to mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada, as of June 26, 1995. Includes PrimeCable's advertising consultancy services; Kristine McKenzie's appointment as editorial and research assistant at the `What's One In Las Vegas' magazine; KWNR-FM's appointment of tom Jordan as...
- Did Channel 3 go too far in getting story at DMV?
Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press; 7/24/95, Vol. 12 Issue 29, p24
Report on developments concerning mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the week ending July 24, 1995. Channel 3 KTNV's investigative story concerning the Department of Motor Vehicles; PR Group's opening of an office in Los Angeles and San Diego, California; Team Advertising and Public...
- Do local ad agencies keep tabs on each other?
Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press; 8/14/95, Vol. 12 Issue 32, p22
Presents mass media news in Las Vegas, Nevada for the week of August 14, 1995. Espionage among advertising agencies in the city; Attention given to The Rio Hotel & Casino's public relations department; Television feature of the Copacabana Dinner Show.
- Prime won't carry Fox Sports 2.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 04/28/97, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p49
No abstract available.
- New newsletter enters Nevada political arena.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 05/05/97, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p33
Presents news and developments concerning the media industry in Las Vegas, Nevada as of May 5, 1997. Includes launching of `The Nevada Files'; Local radio stations' rankings; Bobby Shelton's and Niel Laudati's employment with Katz & Associates; Vegas Visitor's joining with the Audit Bureau of...
- Media Audit brings qualitative survey to Las Vegas.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 05/12/97, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p35
Focuses on mass media news and developments in the Las Vegas, Nevada area as of May 12, 1997. Results of the Media Audit survey and of Griffen Reports; Highlights of the survey findings; Seminars; Employee appointments; Change of STS International LLC's name to Meritex International LLC.
- Talk TV changes the meaning of informercial.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 05/26/97, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p29
Presents news concerning mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada as of June 1, 1997. Includes the hiring of Thomas Puckett Advertising by Cactus Flower Florist; Appointment of Tom Bruny as accounting supervisor of DRGM.
- KEDG puts on the gloves.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/02/97, Vol. 14 Issue 22, p33
Reports on news and developments related to the media industry in Las Vegas, Nevada as of June 2, 1997. KEDG station's replacement of `The Morning Edgeheads' with a syndicated talk show called `Mancow's Morning Madhouse'; Nomination of Sidra Kain Advertising's public relations and media...
- Insiders' guide to Las Vegas on the way.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/09/97, Vol. 14 Issue 23, p34
Reports on the developments concerning popular media in Las Vegas, Nevada as of June 2, 1997. Includes the scheduled publication of the book `The Insiders' Guide to Las Vegas' and other information guides; Licensing programming from CNBC; Creation of digital display advertisements by Display Ad...
- Children's Cable Network celebrates its own day.
Cardinal, Denise // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/16/97, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p35
Presents news items related to mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada. Includes the first annual community counts kids club party and kids carnival of the Children's Cable Network; KXNT's morning radio show hosted by Paul Pacelli; Chancey Morden's appointment as public relations director with The...
- Las Vegas watch TV more than 3 hours per day.
Reed, Vita // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/30/97, Vol. 14 Issue 26, p32
Presents news updates on mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada as of July 6, 1997. Average time spent by the typical Las Vegas adult in watching television; May 1997 Nielsen ratings of television stations; Staff hired by DSLV/Lawlor Advertising.
- Review-Journal city editor leaving.
Reed, Vita // Las Vegas Business Press; 07/21/97, Vol. 14 Issue 29, p11
Presents news concerning the mass media industry in Las Vegas, Nevada as of July 21, 1997. Steve Papinchak's resignation as city editor of the `Las Vegas Review-Journal'; Appointment of Liz Gamble as principal at Carrara Nevada Public Relations; Appointment of Dana Rantovich as advertising...
- Channel 10 takes regional Emmy.
Reed, Vita // Las Vegas Business Press; 07/28/97, Vol. 14 Issue 30, p21
Reports on developments concerning the media industry in Las Vegas, Nevada as of August 3, 1997. KLVX-TV, Channel 10's winning its first regional Emmy award for its documentary about water; R&R Advertising's promotion of its city employees; `Las Vegas Press' periodical's addition of editorial...
- LVCVA ad campaign earns regional award.
Reed, Vita // Las Vegas Business Press; 08/04/97, Vol. 14 Issue 31, p18
Reports on developments in mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada as of August 4, 1997. Regional award for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors' Authority's `Las Vegas. Open 24 Hours' advertising campaign; Journal Broadcast Group Inc.'s recognition of KTNV-TV's salespeople; DSLV/Lawlor Advertising's...
- Ensign gets new spokesman.
Reed, Vita // Las Vegas Business Press; 09/08/97, Vol. 14 Issue 36, p13
Presents developments concerning mass media in Las Vegas, Nevada as of September 15, 1997. Includes Channel 3 former general assignment reporter Jack Finn's switching from journalist to newsmaker; KLVX-TV, Channel 10's filing of a complaint against wireless cable television operator WanTV; Las...