Jupiter Media Metrix announced that small and fragmented wireless and interactive television audiences in the U.S. will limit advertising opportunities on post-PC platforms, making them secondary digital marketing vehicles.

Digital cable and Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) customers say that they are watching three to four more hours of TV per week than analog cable TV customers, according to new CTAM research.

It may be a case of looking, and researching, before leaping.

Napster made public the business model that it has been presenting to major labels for the last six months in an effort to settle their dispute and end the industry's effort to shut Napster down in court.

TodoBebe.com has arrived to Puerto Rico with the official launch of its local site.

FIFAworldcup.com is the exclusive on-line application channel for tickets to the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan.

For the first time in history every football fan in the world has an equal opportunity to buy tickets for the FIFA World Cup.

There are two basic types of tickets:

Witeck-Combs Communications and Harris Interactive signified their business objectives last month by agreeing to serve as each other’s exclusive, preferred provider of services to the lesbian and gay market.

According to a recent survey of Internet users conducted by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), consumers believe they should get content online for free. The results of the survey show that 89 percent of Internet users download multimedia content and information.

Over 2.2 million viewers tuned in to Telemundo's "Cinemundo Premier" (Sunday 9PM-11PM) broadcast of "Anaconda" (2/18/01), which delivered a record-breaking performance, surpassing Telemundo's prior ratings record established only one week earlier by "Selena".

The popularity of personal digital assistants (PDAs) has increased tremendously. The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) estimates total sales of 6.1 million units in 2000, representing a nearly 50 percent increase over 1999.

Douglas Darfield, formerly head of research for Univision, the Spanish-language television network, has joined Nielsen Media Research as senior vice president in charge of Hispanic Services.

The meteoric assent of Telemundo's owned & operated Miami station WSCV-TV Channel 51 continues with WSCV-TV emerging as Miami's #1 station - English or Spanish - across all key adult demographics in Nielsen's recently concluded January '01 NSI sweep period (1/4/01-1/31/01).

Univision is looking to aggregate additional Televisa programming to it's new Network. In return, Televisa has proposed that they have the ability to hold a larger share of the company. Obviously, Televisa taking advantage of their partners in a time of need.

Mr. Emilio Gorriti, a recent addition to the HTVN Board of Directors has been elected Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Gorriti replaces Interim CEO James A. Ryffel who will continue his role of Chairman of the Board of Directors of HTVN.

Arbitron has just released "Arbitron 101 en Español," a Spanish-language version of its popular "Arbitron 101" Web-based training module. The course provides an overview of the radio industry and explains how Arbitron measures radio listening.