Oct 17, 2006

Study finds link between autism, tots' TV

Slate reports on a Cornell University study that found a statistically significant link between autism rates and television viewing by children under the age of three.

WFMU's Beware of the Blog: Open Post: College Radio Stories

Commenters on WFMU's blog share stories about working in college radio.

Discovery thriving with smarter fare

Discovery has boosted its ratings by returning to its educational roots, says Advertising Age (via SmartBrief, from the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing).

Nielsen-funded study to examine new media use

Ball State University's Center for Media Design will conduct a pilot study "examining how individuals consume traditional and emerging video platforms inside and outside the home," reports Adweek. The study, commissioned by the Nielsen-funded Council for Research Excellence, is part of the ratings giant's efforts to get a better handle on measuring emerging platforms such as video-on-demand and broadband video.