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  • Madison Ave. Giants Omnicom, Publicis Halt Affair As Personalities Thwart Merger

    One of the world's biggest advertising companies, Omnicom Group, is known for the work it does for Pepsi, while its French contemporary, Publicis Groupe, has been an important advisor to Coca-Cola. Just like those two fervent soda competitors, the two...
  • Time Warner Looked at Buying Fullscreen, But Decided to Pass: Source

    Time Warner Inc. explored the possibility of buying YouTube multichannel network Fullscreen, but determined that the deal did not make sense given the high price tag the MCN was seeking, according to a source familiar with the talks. The media conglom...
  • Suitors Being Rounded Up To Buy China's Galloping Horse (EXCLUSIVE)

    HONG KONG -- Beijing Galloping Horse, a high-flying private sector Chinese film company, is entertaining a number of takeover bids. Suitors are believed to include China Media Capital, a state-backed Chinese private equity fund, and Shanghai Media Group,...
  • JennXPenn, Connor Franta and Other YouTube and Vine Stars Featured in Fullscreen's First In-Real-Life Festival

    Fullscreen is giving fans of popular YouTube and Vine creators, including JennXPenn and Connor Franta, the chance to get up close and personal with their digital idols via InTour, the multichannel network company's first in-person interactive social...
  • When Rino Scanzoni Speaks, TV Networks Tend to Listen

    With the glitzy TV-network "upfront" presentations in the rear-view mirror, advertisers and TV executives are about to head to the negotiating table. Rino Scanzoni's actions will be under scrutiny by all sides. As chief investment officer for the massive...
  • 'The Rise of Superman' Planned as Multimedia Adaptation by Mindshare Entertainment

    Mindshare Entertainment has optioned the rights to Steven Kotler's bestseller "The Rise of Superman," with the company planning on adapting the book into a TV show, feature-length documentary and digital experience. The book examines 15 years of research...
  • Broadcast Nets Strike C7 Ad Deals in Big Upfront Sales Win

    After years of debating the issue, a group of major advertisers has decided that viewers who watch favorite TV shows up to a week after they air are worth some money. The nation's largest broadcast networks have struck a deals with one major ad-buying...
  • Why 'C7′ Won't Become TV's Standard This Year (And Maybe Not Even Next)

    Does all of Madison Avenue believe in the value of TV viewers who see commercials up to a week after their initial run date, or is that interest found only in a few houses on the street? Answering that question is crucial if TV networks are to wring more...
  • A non-SOPA broadside aimed at online piracy hotbeds

    A non-SOPA broadside aimed at online piracy hotbeds
    After months of talks with rights-holders, operators of some of the largest online advertising networks announced the steps they'll take to try to cut off online piracy hotbeds from the flow of marketing dollars. Their voluntary best practices drew praise...
  • GroupM Entertainment, Graphic India Ready "Adventurers Club" For TV

    GroupM Entertainment, Graphic India and producer James Marshall will partner for a new live-action TV series called "The Adventurers Club" aimed for Canada, U.S. and international markets. GroupM Entertainment, led by veteran entertainment executive...
  • Relativity Media Seeking to Acquire YouTube Network Fullscreen

    Relativity Media, three weeks after its unsuccessful attempt to outbid Disney for Maker Studios, has made an offer to buy Fullscreen, another large YouTube multichannel network, according to reports. Relativity's talks to acquire Fullscreen were first...