The Skinny: It feels like I've been here a week. Oh wait, I have been here a week! By the time most of you read this, I'll have already been to two upfront events and in desperate need of a nap. Well, that's a luxury problem. Wednesday's headlines include
Daily Dose: Advertisers may have been surprised to learn at the ABC upfront that the network is No. 1 in late night. After all,
Less dancing, more laughing.
Jumping the gun. Viacom, parent of cable networks
What, me worry? With
If you see something, report something. Business media giant Bloomberg is catching heat after revelations that its reporters had the power to see when clients of the company's famed terminals, which provide oodles of Wall Street information, were using the machines. Although reporters couldn't see what clients were doing on the machines (they could just see if clients were logged on), just the idea that they could tell how active some clients were or were not has raised eyebrows and has Bloomberg on the defensive. Analysis from the Wall Street Journal.
Fond of Shonda. Shonda Rhimes, the creative force behind ABC's
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