Revenues from TV and radio advertising are expected to grow by 19 and 13 per cent, respectively.
The full study is expected to be completed by December 2010.
Brown is the third anchor after Lou Dobbs and Christiane Amanpour to leave CNN in the last six month
Danny Kelly will not present the afternoon show on BBC WM radio for the remainder of the week.
Stage version of TV show will go on the road from October.
Former television show to remain on BBC Radio 4 after popular election run.
Collaboration will provide unlimited on-demand access to Time Warner content.
Former Spice Girl to front Five's new "X-Factor-style" reality show.
Bishop of Manchester appeals to BBC Trust not to sideline faith-based programming
Diabetes experts want unhealthy food ads that target children outlawed.
England's defeat of Australia was most watched multi-channel programme of the day.
Independent producers account for around 8.4 per cent of total BBC network radio hours.
Networks like Fox, ABC and NBC will give up on their older series and in-season repeats.
The acquisition helps CBS capitalise on its specialisation in attracting revenue from "green" ads.
TV ad income for Asia Pacific reached $28bn in 2009, compared to the $27bn in Western Europe.
The campaign will run until the start of the event, on 11 June.
Engineering firm says nobody injured.
Network hopes to capitalise on success of Glee.
Will host 'Deal or No deal' for a further two years.
Norton to begin on 2 October.
The corporation now enjoys a 56.5 per cent share of the audience.
The Media Development Authority (MDA) of Singapore announced the mandatory cross-carriage of pay-tel
The programme's weekly audience dropped from 6.7 to 6.4 million listeners.
Hunt has been an outspoken critic of the subsidised regional news consortia plan.
Piece for New Statesman written before bust-up with Alastair Campbell.
Several free-to-air television stations in Europe have reported better-than-expected advertising sal
The digital radio station is due to shut down at the end 2011.
The advertorial is part of an eight-month deal to promote shows on AETN'S Crime and Investigation Ne
A Disney spokesman said the show no longer fits their brand and programming strategy.