It’s been a bad 2017 over at Fox News. While the network continues to do well in the ratings and with advertisers in most time slots, big name personalities and leaders have fallen from grace, and it looks like the hits will keep coming… at least for the foreseeable future.
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Athabasca University, Canada’s Open University has issued an advertising and media buying RFP. The school is dedicated to the removal of barriers that restrict access to and success in university-level studies and to increasing equality of educational opportunity for adult learners worldwide. They are committed to excellence in teaching, research and scholarship and to being […]
A business owner or manager may wonder if it’s necessary to understand how the media functions and whether it will somehow interact with their business’s activities. Media training is meant to help anyone in the company who might encounter the media, like the CEO, founders, board of directors, or public relations staff. The website themuse.com […]
Montgomery College has issued a Media Buying RFP. Montgomery College, Maryland’s largest community college, is a multi-campus institution with more than 60,000 across three campuses and multiple off-site locations. To support students’ academic and professional goals, the College employs more than 3,100 faculty and staff. The College is seeking requests for proposals for a media […]
Past Practices Earned media is any advertisement that is not bought. Media monitoring services would report on every one of these mentions collected in manila folders each week or month. From them, a company would determine visibility. They would also determine the value of earned placements by determining how much a an actual advertisement would […]
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued a media monitoring RFP. They seek someone able to perform following tasks: monitoring, recording and providing a. daily and b. monthly clipping reports on listed media outlets (TV, print and online media) that mention UNDP and UN in Bosnia and Herzegovina, its work […]
Print media is hurting. Ad sales are down, subscription revenue is down, and the medium is adjusting to a world with much more competition for printing daily news. Fingers are being pointed in every direction as desperate business holdings hope to try to keep some papers profitable while others are going belly up, sending hundreds […]