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Thursday, September 20, 2007

NYTimes.com Launches 'TV Decoder,' a New Blog Dedicated to the Television Industry

NYTimes.com introduced today "TV Decoder", a new blog covering the television industry. TV Decoder is a guide to what's on, who's watching and why it matters -- it covers the day's on-screen and behind-the-scenes developments, with insights into Nielsen ratings and the machinations of the TV industry. Brian Stelter, media reporter, The New York Times, will be the lead contributor.

Mr. Stelter created the TVNewser blog in 2004, which became a must-read among television network presidents, media executives, producers and publicists.

"Our readers are intensely interested in television, because it is an important business and because it both shapes and reflects what is happening in society," said Lawrence Ingrassia, business editor, The Times. "Along with the rest of the media and entertainment world, television is going through a period of major change, and TV Decoder will highlight the players and companies that are playing a key role in the industry."

Nicholas Ascheim, vice president, editorial products, NYTimes.com said, "TV Decoder is a significant component of NYTimes.com's ongoing strategy to expand our already deep coverage of the media industry. Brian brings proven ability to both break news and attract a loyal audience; we look forward to introducing his work to an even wider constituency, such as trade insiders and readers who care deeply about the television industry."

1 comment:

S said...

Awesome! Seems like every company has a blog these days. Feel free to check out our new collaboration for Generation Y - 20 Somethings.


When I first saw this post I thought it was finally a breakthrough with transferring between TiVos/DVRs/other media...got my hopes up.