INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS AND INFORMATION PROVIDERS
AC Nielsen is a global leader in delivering market research, information and analysis to the consumer products and services industries. They conduct media measurement including television audience measurement and provide search capability on their Web site.
BIA is a publisher of broadcasting (radio and television) and wireless communications industry investment reference books, primers, directories, newsletters and customized research studies.
Broadcasting & Cable is a weekly magazine published by Cahners Publishing and read by executives of television and radio stations, networks, cable operations and allied fields. Broadcasting & Cable covers virtually every TV station, every major market radio station, major cable operations and all key regulations and legislators.
Cable World is the No. 1 weekly news and analysis magazine for the cable TV industry. It provides data to executives for staying abreast of technological changes and competitive challenges -- while staying within budget.
The CAB web site provides news and information about Cable Advertising for Advertisers and Marketers from the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau.
Cablevision, the magazine for a new age of cable, provides features and analysis on business issues challenging cable television management.
Electronic Media is a weekly magazine that covers the programming business of television in broadcasting, cable and syndication, including local stations, broadcast and cable networks, direct broadcast satellite and the Web.
|Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau
The IRTS is a membership-based services organization that serves the needs of broadcast television and radio, cable, telco, and computer industry professionals. Members can enjoy sharing insight and ideas with colleagues during New York City-based educational luncheons, seminars, and workshops which cater to a diverse range of media interests and demographics.
|International Radio & Television Society (IRTS)
Multichannel News ' provides the current week's important news to the cable television and telecommunications industries both domestically and internationally.
The NAB 's Web site offers its members current issues of RadioWeek, TV Today &: NAB World in addition to research and extensive industry links. The NAB represents the radio and television industries in Washington -- before Congress, the FCC and federal agencies, the courts, and on the expanding international front.
|National Association of Broadcasters
is one of the most comprehensive online information services for the entertainment and media communications industries. Subscribers can access: credits, synopses, awards and more for over 50,000 films, TV series, specials and made for TV movies, current production details, personnel listings, addresses and phone numbers of thousands of companies and corporate players, current and archived editions of Paul Kagan's DBS Report Newsletter, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Cable World magazine and the newswires, box office estimates and actuals, video rentals, production costs, print and ad costs.
SMPTE is the preeminent professional society for motion picture and television engineers, with approximately 8,000 members worldwide.
|Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE)
SRDS publications and directories have been the foundation of every solid media buy for over 78 years - they are the "meeting place" where the nation's buyers and sellers of media converge and millions of dollars are exchanged daily. In the near future, SRDS will make media data available online.
|SRDS - Cable & TV Source (SRDS)
The Television Bureau of Advertising is the not-for-profit trade association of America's broadcast television industry providing a variety of diverse tools, resources and forums to support its members and to assist advertisers.
|Television Advertising Bureau
Gebbie Press publishes an Online Directory listing television stations on the Internet. The directory is also available on disk with phone numbers, addresses, station call signs, market rankings, 9-digit zip codes, URL's and e-mail addresses.
The Hollywood Reporter : is the Web site for the daily trade magazine of the filmed entertainment industry featuring updated news summaries, the week's top business stories and a searchable archive of stories that have appeared in the print edition of The Hollywood Reporter.
|Television Stations on the Web (Gebbie Press)
Variety is a leading weekly newspaper serving the worldwide filmed entertainment industry. Variety.com publishes the top Daily Variety stories, the latest box office charts, exclusive columnists stories, film reviews and Variety extras which will feature the full text version of Daily Variety, the Variety archives, searchable box office and production charts and reviews.
|Variety (Cahners Publishing/Reed Elsevier PLC)
's directory of Internet sites for television.
|Yahoo Directory of Internet Sites - Television