Digg Dudes’ Web Studio Revision3: Layoffs Last Month, but Ad Sales Are Up

Disney: Online Ads Have Been Softening for a While

Digital Music Deal Nearly Done, but Web Radio Darling Pandora Not Out of the Woods

Mobile Ads to the Rescue? Not for a While

News Corp.: Business Worse Than We Thought; Ad Weakness Catching Up to MySpace

Online Meltdown Update: AOL Ads Down Six Percent in Third Quarter

Time Warner: Time Inc. Layoffs Could Cost Us More Than $100 Million

Facebook Makes the Election a For-Profit, Free Ice Cream Event

Optimism Meets Reality: On the Ground at ad:tech

MySpace Campaigns for Ad Dollars–Will It Have to Come Clean After the Election?

Washington Post Turns in Another Lousy Quarter. But It Could Have Been Worse

Google’s Plea to Publishers: Please Keep Using Us

Sumner Redstone: I’m Done Selling CBS, Viacom Shares. I Mean It.

CNET’s Debut at CBS: Pretty Good

Who Needs Seinfeld? Microsoft’s New Do-It-Yourself Ads

Magazine Giant Meredith: Our Ads Are Lousy, Too

Found: A Publishing Optimist!

MTV: Just Ignore That Nice New Video Site We Rolled Out Yesterday

Advertising Giant IPG: We’ll Admit It–The Ad Market Doesn’t Look That Great

New York Times Boss to Staff: Keep Up the Good Work, and We Probably Won’t Fire You