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  • Hawaii News Now Dominates Islands’ Social Media

    Raycom's Hawaii News Now, the digital presence that rolls up its CBS, MyNetworkTV and NBC affiliates, is Honolulu's commanding leader on social media according to Shareablee data. Nicole Bento, its digital content director, says Facebook has become essential as the leading platform for its news brand, and Facebook Live is now a key tool there.  More | Add comment
  • Don’t Even Think About Dropping Your User Comments

    Ron Stitt argues that killing user commenting on publishers’ owned-and-operated sites is about the worst move they can make, as it sabotages one of their best means of engagement. That engagement has a big impact on KPIs like low bounce rates and extended time on site, he says.  More | Comments (2)
  • Beacons Maturing Into Viable Sales Strategy

    Beacons are moving away from the experimental phase and into profitable sales strategy deployment. Matthew Davis describes two recent campaigns that showed this maturation in action as location-based marketing led to a dramatic uptick in click-through rates.   More | Add comment
  • WBRC Tops Birmingham’s Social Media Scene

    Raycom’s WBRC is Birmingham, Ala.’s clear leader among local media on social media performance according to Shareablee data. Shannon Maze, its news director, says Facebook is a crucial driver, as 66% of its web and mobile sessions start there. More | Add comment
  • In Shreveport, La., KSLA Rules On Social Media

    Raycom-owned KSLA paces well ahead of its nearest competitor on social media performance among local media outlets, according to data from Shareablee. It boasts almost a million social actions over the last six months and also leads the market in overall fans/followers. More | Add comment
  • Lexington’s WLEX Leads Social Media By A Nose

    It’s a tight race on social media among local outlets in Lexington, Ky., where Cordillera’s WLEX leads the market in overall actions according to Shareablee data. Gray’s WKYT follows close behind, and passes for the lead on total fans/followers. More | Add comment
  • WPRO-AM Leads Providence-New Bedford Social Media

    WPRO, a Cumulus-owned station, holds a commanding lead over its local competition on social media according to data from Shareablee. The talk station boasts both the market’s highest number of social actions in the last six months and the most fans/followers.  More | Add comment
  • We’re All Accountable For Sales

    GateHouse Media’s Jason Taylor is a sales dynamo who has long been inspiring publishers. Here, Mary M. Collins channels some of his recent advice for sales teams from holding daily meetings to ride-alongs, content quizzes and always keeping a commitment to meaningful training.    More | Add comment
  • WPTV Tops On Social in West Palm

    Scripps-owned WPTV laps its closest competitor in terms of total social actions over the last six months according to Shareablee data. Paul Greeley reports that the station has adopted an aggressive Facebook video strategy, using Facebook Live to complement its broadcasts, while major local events like the Orlando shooting underscored the platform's utility.  More | Add comment
  • Papers Must Use Data To Shape Their Monetization Plans

    Troubled newspapers can’t afford a one-size solution to their monetization strategy, Arvid Tchivzhel and Taohang Zhang argue. Rather, the answers lie in their first-party data, which can show them how to maximize total net revenue from both advertising and subscription revenue. More | Add comment
  • Facebook Propels WLBT To Social Leadership

    Raycom-owned WLBT has a commanding lead on social media among its local competitors in Jackson, Miss. according to Shareablee data. Paul Greeley looks at the station’s Facebook playbook, which is helping drive such strong engagement.  More | Comments (1)
  • WCTI Leads Greenville, N.C. Social Media

    Bonten-owned WCTI holds a solid lead on local media competition among its Greenville, N.C. peers on social, according to data from Shareablee over the last six months. Gray’s WITN, meanwhile, captured the highest number of fans/followers on social.    More | Comments (3)
  • K-LOVE Dominates Fort Smith, Ark. Social

    Among local media on social in Fort Smith-Fayetteville, Ark., Christian radio broadcaster K-LOVE rules by orders of magnitude according to Shareablee data. Only Tribune-owned KSFM comes remotely close in terms of total social actions over the last six months.  More | Add comment
  • WTVF Wins Nashville Social Media

    Scripps’ WTVF topped local media in social media actions over the past six months, but it’s in a close race with Meredith-owned WSMV, which bested it in terms of overall fans/followers according to Shareablee data. More | Add comment
  • In Knoxville, Radio Trounces TV On Social

    When it comes to performance on social media among local media outlets, TV and newspapers don’t hold a candle to radio. WIMZ-FM, a classic rock station, annihilates all comers on total social actions according to Shareablee data, while Scripps’ WKHT, better known as Hot 104.5, commands the vast majority of fans/followers. More | Comments (1)
  • ‘Tags Over Titles’ A Key Lesson For Publisher Videos

    Colorado’s Ballantine Communications has been aggressively producing video content for its newspapers. One of the most important takeaways, says CEO Doug Bennett, is that audiences gravitate to the topics they’re interested in far more than navigating a limited and prescribed slate of online “shows.”   More | Add comment
  • How To Build Your Digital-Age Newsroom

    Ron Stitt lays out a modern vision for the local TV newsroom staffed by multi-tasking, highly productive staffers serving up much more relevant, engaging content (and a lot more of it). Getting there, however, involves completely refiguring budgets and personnel, plus the willingness to do so.  More | Comments (1)
  • Video, Pot Show Promise For Denver Post

    Newsroom morale may have sunk with cutbacks and leadership departures at Digital First’s flagship Denver Post, but Reid Wicoff, its digital sales chief, says its struggles are inspiring innovation. Video — via its nascent DPTV effort — has been a boon, he tells NetNewsCheck Editor Michael Depp, and so has its pot vertical, The Cannabist. In an exclusive interview, he says digital now accounts for almost a third of the paper’s overall revenue.  More | Add comment
  • Now On Media’s CMS Checklist: Distributed Publishing, Monetization

    Many media companies are pushing back against monolithic content management systems, opting for a more flexible set of tools and more APIs. In this special report, Angela Misri looks at how integration with distributed publishing platforms, greater mobility and even monetization tools have risen to the top of media’s CMS needs and their providers’ roadmaps.   More | Comments (5)

Special Reports

People
Kim Guthrie Named Cox Media President
TVNewsCheck, Sep 26, 2016, 2:40 PM EDT
The longtime Cox executive is currently EVP of national ad platforms and president of Cox Reps as well as overseeing Videa. She will take over on Jan. 1, following Bill Hoffman’s retirement after 38 years in media. Link | Add comment
People
CMG's Gamut Taps Colleen Casinelli As New Director Of Midwest Sales
NetNewsCheck, Jul 28, 2016, 3:03 PM EDT
People
Julia Wallace Retiring From Cox Media Group
Jun 7, 2016, 11:43 AM EDT
Careers
Sales Management Jobs in AR, TN/VA, MA, TX, OR And NC
Mar 30, 2016, 6:33 AM EDT
Nexstar’s KARK NBC/FOX duopoly in Little Rock, AR. is looking for a digital sales manager and an account executive. Bonten Media is searching for a director of sales for its TN/VA Tri Cities market.  NBCUniversal’s Boston Telemundo seeks a general sales manager. Raycom is looking for a general sales manager for its NBC affiliate in Lubbock, TX.  Heartland Media seeks a general sales manager for its ABC affiliate in Medford, OR. Cox Media Group is looking for an account executive for its ABC affiliate in Charlotte, NC. To see all job openings, visit our Media Job Center  here.   | Add comment
Newspapers
Cox Names Glennon Head Of Vertical Businesses
NetNewsCheck, Mar 3, 2016, 12:30 PM EST
Cox Media Group has tapped Amy Glennon as publisher of its vertical businesses including Dawg Nation and SEC Country, while Mike Joseph will return as publisher of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in addition to his role as EVP of newspapers and Cox Target Media.  Full Story | Add comment
Newspapers
Palm Beach Post Increases Engagement With Trending Stories Page
INMA Blog, Jan 18, 2016, 7:56 AM EST
Newspapers/ Business
Dayton Daily News Kills Business Mag Print Edition
Dayton Business Journal , Dec 3, 2015, 7:42 AM EST
People
Karen Bennett Named SVP And Chief HR Officer At Cox Media Group
Nov 2, 2015, 1:30 PM EST
Television/ Social
KIRO 7 Hits Half Million Facebook Follower Milestone
Sep 8, 2015, 5:47 PM EDT
People
Cox Taps Michelle Harper As Sales VP
NetNewsCheck, Sep 2, 2015, 12:23 PM EDT
Journalism
Cox Media Group Seeks 'Zoe Barnes-Like' Reporter
CNNMoney, Aug 25, 2015, 7:20 AM EDT
Design
Newspapers Weigh Their Redesigns Before And After
Editor and Publisher, Aug 11, 2015, 11:46 AM EDT
People
Cox Promotes Guthrie, Hendrich And Pittman In Exec Spots
NetNewsCheck, Jul 15, 2015, 2:34 PM EDT
Cox Media Group has named Kim Guthrie its EVP of national ad platforms and president of Cox Reps; Bill Hendrich EVP of radio and CMG Research and Marian Pittman its EVP of digital strategy. The announcements were made Wednesday amid a series of retirements and promotions.  Full Story | Add comment
Business
Cox Launches Gamut Navigator For Ad Control
Jul 14, 2015, 10:00 AM EDT
Business
Watchup Adds FT, Cox Media Group To Roster
Jun 3, 2015, 1:20 PM EDT
Newspapers
Hearst to Print, Package Austin Statesman
NetNewsCheck.com, Apr 30, 2015, 11:29 AM EDT
In a cost-cutting move, Hearst’s production facilities in San Antonio and Houston will take over the Cox-owned Austin American-Statesman’s operations over several months starting in June. About 100 Cox employees will lose their jobs as a result. Full Story | Add comment
Executive Session With Mark Medici
Cox Paper Sites To Adopt Metered Paywalls
NetNewsCheck, Mar 24, 2015, 6:09 AM EDT
Cox Media Group will adopt pay meters instead of hard walls for the paid versions of its four newspaper sites this summer, says Mark Medici, its SVP of audience strategy. In an exclusive interview, Medici also says the paid sites will introduce advertising in the vein of Vox.com, and that social media plays a crucial role in the company's audience development strategy, especially as it seeks to reconnect with millennials.  Full Story | Add comment
Editor's Notebook
Newspapers Have A Runway Challenge
NetNewsCheck, Feb 27, 2015, 6:07 AM EST
Selling audiences — not products — and being their area’s marketing powerhouse is the only way forward to newspapers' growth, says The Dallas Morning News’ Jim Moroney. You can’t cut your way to growth any more, so that leaves publishers facing the need to invest. Two of the most crucial investment areas are cross-platform marketing and audience data.   Full Story | Comments (1)
Mega-Conference 2015
Cox Sees Millennial Potential In Free Sites
NetNewsCheck, Feb 25, 2015, 6:15 AM EST
Mark Medici, SVP of audience strategy and group lead for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Cox Media Group, says AJC's free site is drawing a younger crowd than its paid site. He sees social media and snackable content as keys to growing the paper's millennial audience even larger. Full Story | Add comment
Executive Session With Amy Webb
Papers Must Rethink Digital Distribution
NetNewsCheck, Feb 23, 2015, 6:01 AM EST
Digital futurist Amy Webb says publishers can't hold to the linear distribution model of their past if they want to hold their news consumers today. Instead, she says, they need better audience audits and data to understand how and when their content is being consumed so that they can follow a model closer to Google Now than their current forms. In an exclusive interview, Webb also addresses local TV's dying audience, the need for cybersecurity audits inside every news organization and a wariness about diving headlong into content for wearables.  Full Story | Comments (1)
Newspapers
AJC.com Redesign Spurs New Ad Ops
NetNewsCheck, Oct 22, 2014, 6:04 AM EDT
The major redesign of Cox Media Group-owned Atlanta Journal Constitution's free site AJC.com, launching Thursday, will give the newspaper new revenue opportunities in native advertising and premium sponsorships. Redesigns of the free sites for other Cox Media Group papers will follow later this fall. Full Story | Add comment
People
Brett Fennell Cox Media Group SVP, CFO
NetNewsCheck, Sep 2, 2014, 3:45 PM EDT
Brett Fennell is joining Cox Media Group as the company’s new SVP and CFO, effective immediately. Fennell previously was VP of Financial Planning and Analysis at Manheim. In his new role, Fennell will be responsible for all financial accounting and reporting, financial planning and analysis, financial systems and finance process improvement for CMG’s broadcasting, publishing and digital companies, as well as for Cox Reps and Cox Target Media. Full Story | Add comment
Radio
Cox Media Group Launches X107.1 FM Atlanta
RBR.com, Jun 24, 2014, 8:21 AM EDT
Music
Big Machine, Cox Sign Direct Licensing Deal
RBR.com, Jun 16, 2014, 10:46 AM EDT
Editor's Notebook
Chalking Up Cox’s Dayton Gamble
NetNewsCheck, Jun 6, 2014, 6:37 AM EDT
It was a bold, though not unprecedented, move for Cox Media Group to roll up its television, radio, newspaper and digital properties in Dayton into a single newsroom back in November 2010. By numerous measures, it has paid off. Michael Depp reflects today on the effort and the parts that still are gelling as NetNewsCheck wraps up the first of a new series of Digital Deep Dive special reports.   Full Story | Add comment
Digital Deep Dive
Cox Dayton Spawns Print-TV-Digital Reporter
NetNewsCheck, Jun 5, 2014, 6:31 AM EDT
The all-media journalist is the fastest-growing job in a newsroom that brought Cox Media Group’s print, television, radio and digital operations into one space and converged workflow in 2010. The AMJ also may have the widest ramifications for the profession at large as jobs disappear and individual responsibilities proliferate within newsrooms. NetNewsCheck looks at CMG Dayton’s successes and challenges as it takes a Digital Deep Dive into what may be the media world’s most far-reaching effort at convergence. Monday we reported on how Convergence Drives Gains at Cox Dayton. Tuesday’s report explained the Steep Workflow Challenges At Cox Dayton. Wednesday reported on how Tech Stymies Converged Cox Newsroom.   Full Story | Add comment
Digital Deep Dive
Tech Stymies Converged Cox Newsroom
NetNewsCheck, Jun 4, 2014, 6:52 AM EDT
Three years in, Cox Media Group’s bold steps toward convergence with its Ohio newspaper, radio, TV and digital properties are showing measures of success. But, there still is pain, especially in getting all the technical support systems of different media to work together. NetNewsCheck looks at CMG Dayton’s successes and challenges as it takes a Digital Deep Dive into what may be the media world’s most far-reaching effort at convergence. Monday we reported on how Convergence Drives Gains at Cox Dayton. Tuesday’s report explained the Steep Workflow Challenges At Cox Dayton.   Full Story | Add comment
Digital Deep Dive
Steep Workflow Challenges At Cox Dayton
NetNewsCheck, Jun 3, 2014, 6:04 AM EDT
A recent reorganization of the newsroom has 70% of Cox Media Group’s staff working together on multimedia, just three years after newspaper, TV, radio and digital operations were combined. But there are still struggles, including with sharing content while stories are in the works. In this Digital Deep Dive special report, NetNewsCheck looks at the bold steps CMG has taken.  Yesterday Michael Depp explored how conversion is driving gains at Cox Dayton; today the focus is on the workflow lessons learned from that conversion.   Full Story | Comments (1)
Special Report: Digital Marketing Services
Media Partners Fuel Guarantee Dig’s Growth
NetNewsCheck, Apr 29, 2014, 4:58 AM EDT
In 2011, Daryl Hively launched his own digital agency, Guarantee Digital. Guarantee has partnered with 27 media companies, including newspapers, magazines, broadcast groups, directories and a direct mail house, in 40+ markets. “We’re sort of Switzerland,” Hively says. “We’re not owned by a large media company. The smaller independents feel comfortable partnering with us.” Yesterday: Digital Services Hyper-Competitive, Worth It Full Story | Add comment
Special Report: Digital Marketing Services
Digital Services Hyper-Competitive, Worth It
NetNewsCheck, Apr 28, 2014, 5:18 AM EDT
Experts see plenty of opportunity in the hyper-competitive marketing services space where digital media companies of all sorts are rushing. The product suite — which usually includes some custom bundle of website build, search listings, email marketing, reputation and social media management and more for the SMB — won’t replace legacy advertising but is expected to grow significantly.   Full Story | Comments (1)
Newspapers/People
CMG Names Blizzard Palm Beach Post VP Of Rev
NetNewsCheck, Feb 7, 2014, 8:03 AM EST
Journalism
Cox Backs Off From Be-Nice-To-CBS Memo
The Wrap, Nov 5, 2013, 8:44 AM EST
Cox Media Group is backing away from an editor's memo telling staffers at the Dayton Daily News to be nice to CBS. Cox Media Group owns the paper and local CBS affiliate WHIO. Rashida Rawls, a Cox Media Group editor, called out staffers Friday for running a wire story that critiqued America's most-watched network, saying the paper shouldn't "run any stories that cast our station in a negative light or even allude to it negatively." Link | Add comment
Journalism
Are Photojournalists A Digital Casualty?
NetNewsCheck, Nov 5, 2013, 6:00 AM EST
When the Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photo staff earlier this year, arming its reporters with iPhones instead, it sparked a debate over whether if the expense of trained photojournalists is a necessity or a luxury at newspapers facing lean financial times. Full Story | Add comment
Journalism
Dayton Paper Nixes Negative News About CBS
JimRomenesko.com, Nov 4, 2013, 3:26 PM EST
Photojournalism
AJC To Cut Photography Staff By Half
NPPA, Oct 11, 2013, 2:43 PM EDT
Three Cox Media Group newspapers have announced that they will make cuts in their photo staffs. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will cut its 10-person photo staff to five photojournalists by Nov. 1. Buyouts were also offered at the Austin (Texas) American-Statesman and The Palm Beach (Fla.) Post. Link | Add comment
Newspapers
CMG Ohio's Hamilton, Middletown Papers Merge
The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 18, 2013, 12:31 PM EDT
Q&A with Bill Hoffman
Making The Most Of Multimedia Synergies
TVNewsCheck, Sep 11, 2013, 8:43 AM EDT
Cox Media Group President Bill Hoffman says his portfolio of 19 TV stations, 88 radio stations and eight dailies is enjoying the fruits of cross-media synergy, a philosophy that's fallen out of favor at some other media companies. In addition to synergy, Hoffman talks about the need for a TV station ownership limit and possibly an arbitration process to avoid retrans blackouts, the promise of station-produced syndicated programming and the outlook for the TV rep business (he oversees CoxReps) and TV Everywhere. Link | Add comment
Paywalls and Pay Strategies
Cox Taps Marketing G2 For Paywalls
News & Tech, Jul 2, 2013, 7:34 AM EDT
Cox publications The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, The Palm Beach Post and the Austin American-Statesman have all rolled out paywalls powered by Marketing G2's Customer Engagement Platform. Link | Add comment
Special Report: Online Video
Converged Newsrooms Yield Video Lessons
NetNewsCheck, Jun 24, 2013, 6:16 AM EDT
Newsrooms such as The Arizona Republic and the Dayton Daily News are among the growing group of media companies that are consolidating their reporting efforts for Web, print and TV. “The bottom line is for breaking news — get something back to digital right away,” says Cox Media Group Ohio's Sean Dunster. After breaking the news online, these newsrooms produce longer pieces for print and TV. Part two of a four-part special report. Read the full report here. Full Story | Comments (2)
Hoffman To Succeed Franklin As CMG Prez
Tom Taylor Now, Apr 24, 2013, 9:34 AM EDT
AJC Launches Sports/Ent. Ticket Exchange
MediaPost, Apr 2, 2013, 1:53 PM EDT
Cox Media Group-owned Atlanta Journal Constitution on Tuesday launched a new ticket commerce site for local buyers and sellers of Atlanta-based live events. Link | Add comment
Key Executives MegaConference 2013
Cox Media Group Taps Adpay For Online Classifieds
NetNewsCheck, Feb 18, 2013, 8:14 AM EST
Digital DMA
In Dayton, Cox Media Works On Collaboration
NetNewsCheck, Feb 7, 2013, 6:51 AM EST
Cox Ohio has gathered WHIO-TV, the Dayton Daily News and six other newspapers, three radio stations and various websites under one roof and has established a Breaking News Team that is the key to its cross-media collaboration, gathering stories for all of the company's Dayton properties. Full Story | Add comment
Cox Conservative Site To Be Called 'Rare'
Creative Loafing Atlanta, Jan 25, 2013, 8:32 AM EST
The new site will be a "conservative Huffington Post," according to Cox Media Group, with a tagline of "Red is the center." Rare is expected to launch sometime before March. Link | Add comment
ConnecTV, Station Groups Roll Out Ad Net
Los Angeles Times, Jan 4, 2013, 3:43 PM EST
ConnecTV and  A consortium of TV station groups — including Belo Corp., Cox Media Group, E.W. Scripps Co., Gannett Broadcasting and Hearst Television Inc. — are launching a new type of advertising network that will enable brands to enhance their television commercials by delivering a second-screen experience to smartphones and tablets. Link | Add comment
Cox Plans News Site Geared To Conservatives
Creative Loafing Atlanta, Nov 27, 2012, 7:58 AM EST
tech one on one with Dave Siegler
Cox’s Top Tech Task: Store, Repurpose Video
TVNewsCheck, Aug 2, 2012, 1:50 PM EDT
With the Cox stations about done with their conversions to HD news, Technical Operations VP Dave Siegler is focused on media asset management, storing and indexing digital video and making it easy to push content online and onto mobile platforms. Link | Add comment
NAA mediaXchange 2012
Paper Execs Buoyant On Digital Prospects
NetNewsCheck, Apr 4, 2012, 7:21 AM EDT
A panel of newspaper executives at the Newspaper Association of America's mediaXchange conference Tuesday said the tide is turning for the embattled industry as their digital efforts — including paid content models and pushing content to other platforms — take hold and begin to pay off. Full Story | Add comment
Executive Session With Cox Media Group's Mathilde Piard
Social Monetizes With Shrapnel, Not Bullets
NetNewsCheck, Mar 19, 2012, 6:40 AM EDT

Mathilde Piard, the social media director at Cox Media Group, says that currently there is no silver bullet for monetizing social media. Instead, it’s more like shrapnel — making money here and there. But the biggest reason CMG and other media players are concentrating on social media is because their advertisers want it. Full Story | Comments (2)
WSB Atlanta Launches iPhone Traffic App
TVNewsCheck, Feb 21, 2012, 3:15 PM EST
Cox Media Group’s ABC affiliate WSB Atlanta and Beat the Traffic, a provider of real-time traffic information, have teamed up to launch the new wsbtv.com Traffic App. Link | Add comment
Cox Media Digital Chief Lindahl Steps Down
NetNewsCheck, Jan 20, 2012, 6:57 AM EST
Gregg Lindahl will leave his post as senior VP of digital and stragety at the end of January. Lindahl had been steering the process of gettng all of Cox Media Group’s television, newspaper and radio digital properties on to a single platform. Full Story | Add comment
Cox Media Invests $6M In Content Farm Skyword
PaidContent, Dec 19, 2011, 3:11 PM EST
Eight Newspapers Team On Deals Initiative
NetNewsCheck, Nov 17, 2011, 3:40 PM EST
Eight newspaper publishers — Advance Digital, A.H. Belo, Cox Media Group, Gannett, Hearst Corp., MediaNews Group, McClatchy and The Washington Post Co. — are taking on Groupon and other deals sites by launching an online deals platform, called Find n Save. Full Story | Add comment
TVNewsCheck Focus on New Media
Stations Amp Up Viewing With OTT Apps
TVNewsCheck, Oct 12, 2011, 2:59 PM EDT
Over the past year or so, dozens of TV stations have begun quietly experimenting with technology that can deliver content to Internet-connected TV sets and conventional TVs linked to the Net through Blu-ray players, game consoles, DVRs and specially designed set-top boxes from Roku, Western Digital and others. These over-the-top (OTT) apps promise to extend their brands and drive revenue. Link | Add comment
Executive Session with Doug Franklin
Merging Media Powers Cox’s Digital Drive
TVNewsCheck, Sep 19, 2011, 11:20 AM EDT
The president of Cox Media Group is focused on strengthening the digital offerings of the 15 TV stations, eight newspapers and 85 radio stations that he oversees. For broadcasting, digital may be a hedge. But for newspapers, it's critical as their days as a printed product are uncertain. He sees an eventual transition to tablets and, hopefully, a dual revenue stream. The self-confessed “newspaper guy” is bullish on broadcasting and says 2012 is shaping up to be a good year with political money and improving automotive advertising. Link | Add comment
Executive Session With CMG's Gregg Lindahl
Cox Media Builds A Hothouse For Synergies
NetNewsCheck.com, May 31, 2011, 6:38 AM EDT
Cox Media Group has broken down the walls between its television, radio, newspaper and digital units as part of an overriding strategy to foster more innovation and synergize the company's media properties. Gregg Lindahl, CMG’s senior vice president of digital and strategy, reveals how the company culture, revenue opportunities and idea generation are changing as a result. Full Story | Comments (3)

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