Three months after taking a stake in Rdio, Cumulus is promoting its partnership with the digital radio platform with a nationwide campaign on Cumulus stations, coinciding with the launch of new
Cumulus station-branded product pages on Rdio.
'Allrecipes' is off to a running start. Just a month after launching the magazine as a print extension of the popular food Web site, Meredith Corp. announced it will raise the rate base for Allrecipes
from 500,000 to 650,000, effective with the April 2014 issue.
DirecTV is expecting its advertising sales to grow quickly over the next three to four years -- specifically due to rapidly expanding addressable advertising efforts. Its CRO estimates business will
grow 30% to 40% in the next few years.
JCDecaux SA has been awarded a seven-year concession - with a three-year extension option - to Los Angeles International Airport.
Afternoon Report for December 12, 2013
* Washington Examiner wants a Michigan paper to apologize for plagiarism. (washingtonexaminer.com) * Last dead-tree edition: “Onion print revenues up 5,000%” (facebook.com) * Bloomberg News awards bonuses for market-moving stories. (businessinsider.com) * Ken Doctor: Public radio station
Author and New Yorker staff writer Susan Orlean recently did an All Write Already! podcast. An excerpt: I’ve always been skeptical about the value of blogs. It’s not the thing I tell people to do; I don’t say: Number one, start a blog. The reason for that is very specific, which is
Sarah Lockard, the AroundMainLine.com proprietor who is trying to get a Philadelphia-area restaurant to feed her family of five for free on Christmas Eve, has let people know that she’s now charging $75 for any contact. “Every text, email and biz correspondence with AroundMainLine.com is
Citron, Piaggi Exit Gianfranco Ferré
In light of the exit of its design duo, the Italian company said it won’t show a fall-winter 2014 collection. Continue reading...Follow WWD on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
The label's creative director Jonathan Riss has created a unique collection of China-inspired embroidered pieces in collaboration with Tod's. Continue reading...Follow WWD on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
Gmail starts scanning images in emails for malware
Google says that Gmail is now scanning inline images to protect users against malware.
And it should mean you no longer have to worry about stalkers and internet marketers finding out where you live.