Those numbers took a toll on the show’s advertising revenue, and falling affiliate fees in a tough landscape for TV stations overall meant that “Insider” was not a viable business for CBS, even for a show that was able to share production resources with the more established “Entertainment Tonight.” “Insider” also had a hard time differentiating its coverage of entertainment news and celebrities from “ET” at a time when the target young female audience for entertainment newsmagazine series are inundated with the latest buzz via online and social media feeds.
“Insider” debuted in September 2004 with Lara Spencer, now of “Good Morning America,” as its anchor.
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Local police say that scenario isn’t common here, but warned of how easy it is for a children to pose as someone older online and communicate with adults.
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The “measurable content” social series “celebrates the relationship and commonalities people have with food and each other,” Amy Benford, senior manager of global media at Campbell Soup Company, tells Marketing Daily.
On its blog Ok Trends, which has attracted over 1 million unique visitors, the site makes intriguing observations about user behavior.According to market research, 1 out of 6 marriages that are happening in the US right now originated online, and these days nearly 30% of couples meet on the internet.But, as great as those stats sound, online dating is also utterly time consuming and competitive.The CBS-distributed newsmagazine has long aired in access time periods as a companion to “Entertainment Tonight.” Debbie Matenopoulos and Louis Aguirre are the current hosts.There’s no immediate word from CBS-owned stations on what will replace the series in the lucrative 7 p.m. The opening of time slots on CBS O&Os and other affiliate stations around the country will undoubtedly be a boon for other shows in the same genre, although the timing of the decision to end “Insider” could make it harder for stations to line up replacement shows by the fall.Home sales cooled in April after setting a record the previous month as the pace of transactions in the Greater Toronto Area slowed, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday.