Is there a better use of Television than saving lives? 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of Project Roadblock, a Local Broadcast Television initiative to donate on-air, online and mobile time and space to help stop drunk driving during one of the most deadly auto fatality weeks of the year – Christmas through New Year’s Eve.
Defining a culture means more than just looking at a native language or country of origin. Today, we live in a society that has many self-selected cultures that aren’t strictly defined by age, sex or ethnicity. For example, it might be hard to find a more tight-knit group than Working Moms. We form Mommy Networks,
The next holiday shopping list you check off is likely to be done on your new gift. With over 21 million tablets flooding the marketplace this holiday season, chances are good that tablets are going to be declared the hot electronics item under the 2012 tree. eMarketer sets the number at 54.8 million tablet owners
Think about your memories of Martin Luther King Jr.’s inspiring speeches, Jackie Robinson’s record-breaking plays and, more recently, President Barack Obama’s inauguration…are they, in fact, your memories, or snippets of TV news, specials and documentaries that you’ve stored as memories?
A visit to TVB.org’s Station Innovation quickly reveals that business is anything but “usual” at today’s television stations. Sure, stations remain committed to providing their communities with the staple of programming that viewers from Albany to Zanesville rely on – a robust line up of News, Sports, Drama, Comedy, Court, Reality, Animation and Talk. Viewers,
Moms are on the go, go, go…carpooling kids, working out of the home and shopping for their families and the holidays. In their roles as breadwinners and caregivers, it is estimated that moms will spend approximately $2.1 trillion in 2011 – up 24% since 1999. Add their “purchase influence” to that and it is easy
On 11/2/11, Spots n Dots reported “Sales Up 1.9%; Industry Up 8%” in their lead story on Automotive car sales in October. It was a modest, but positive, indicator for the Auto category. But… there is more to this story. During the course of 2011, varying economic conditions and natural disasters had a huge impact