I posted this in my del.ici.ous bookmarks, but thought it was worth a cross-post here.Advertising Age is reporting that:"In a sign of the emerging power of TV outside the home, NBC Universal will hold what media buyers are likening to an "upfront" presentation for its digital out-of-home assets Jan. 16. The media company is hoping to get more advertisers to consider NBC for placing ads on TV screens
Today I interviewed one of the only writers who's heard of Hulu. The podcast is forthcoming; I'm working on it now.Hulu is an on-line joint venture with NBC Universal and and Fox News Corporation. It will focus on professional content and as opposed to the user generated content (a fancy term for "amateur") mostly seen on YouTube. I blogged about Hulu a couple of days ago, so if you're not up
From the Hollywood Reporter:NBC has picked up Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick's critically praised Internet and social network series "quarterlife." The network will premiere the show as an hour-long drama series midseason after it concludes its run on the Internet early in 2008 and will also stream it on nbc.com.Read the entire article here.