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University Placement Statistics of Greenwood High students in 2017

Greenwood High is pleased to announce the outstanding university placements which have been obtained so far by our graduating class of 2017. Students have had on average an acceptance rate of 75% with 25% achieving a 100% success rate. 198 more words

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Mercedes-Benz Suggests It Could Return Ads to Fox News' 8 PM Slot

Madison Avenue might be willing to place commercials it swiped from Bill O’Reilly back in his time slot, now that someone else is going to anchor it. 335 more words


Fox Lacks Ad-Sales Chief as TV Upfront Looms

Fox Networks Group will most likely not have a new ad-sales chief in place as it prepares to start TV’s “upfront” negotiations, according to five people with knowledge of the situation, leaving the company without a key executive during a critical industry period when haggling for billions of dollars of commercial inventory takes place. 628 more words


With Bill O'Reilly on Vacation, Advertisers Still Avoid Fox News' 'Factor'

Bill O’Reilly’s break from appearing on Fox News’ primetime schedule doesn’t seem to be enough to get advertisers to return.

Fox News Channel has broadcast two episodes of its highly rated “The O’Reilly Factor” with a substitute host at the helm, but much of Madison Avenue is still avoiding the program, 869 more words


TV Industry Struggles to Agree on Ratings Innovation

When Nielsen announced plans last year to offer Total Content Ratings, an initiative to measure audiences no matter what screen is being watched, Hulu seemed an ideal beneficiary. 2,737 more words


Turner, Viacom and Fox Debut 'Open A.P.' Ad-Targeting Plan to Broader View

Viacom, 21st Century Fox’s Fox Networks Group and Time Warner’s Turner began trying to line up broader support for the companies’ new effort to make it easier for advertisers to send their promotional messages to specific groups of TV viewers. 585 more words


After Decades of Crafting Fake Ads, 'Saturday Night Live' Plans Real Spots for Verizon, Apple

Anyone who watches “Saturday Night Live” on NBC knows the late-night program’s antics stop when the show goes to a commercial break. In at least one coming “SNL” broadcast, that won’t be the case. 1,921 more words