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Turner Nears Upfront Finish Line — Upfronts / Newfronts Turner Broadcasting has nailed down the last of its upfront deals with the top media-buying agencies, making it the only cable conglomerate without a corporate broadcast affiliation to come close to wrapping up its 2015-16 business.

Ad Age's Independence Day Membership Sale Is on Now — To celebrate Independence Day, Advertising Age is offering ridiculously great pricing on our Basic Membership package. For just $79 (in the U.S.), you'll get a full year of unlimited access to and, 24 print issues -- including our must-have specials (the Digital Issue, the Data Issue, the Agency Issue, etc.)

Warner Bros. and Universal Lead in Summer TV Spend — Warner Bros. and Universal Lead in Summer TV Spend Movie dollars are keeping the networks fat and happy this summer, and while a number of potential blockbusters have yet to hit your local multiplex, thus far Warner Bros. has emerged as TV's biggest booster.

Toyota Exec Resigns Following Arrest — Toyota Motor Corp. said Julie Hamp, its first female managing officer, resigned the position after her arrest last month for allegedly importing drugs into Japan. Toyota accepted the resignation "after considering the concerns and inconvenience that recent events have caused our stakeholders," the Toyota City, Japan-based company said on its website.

Fox Networks Group Puts a Bow on the Upfront — Upfronts / Newfronts The Fox Broadcasting Company and its sibling cable networks are effectively done with their 2015-16 upfront business, with dollar volume across the portfolio flat versus a year ago. This marks the first year Fox's prime-time inventory was bundled with the cable properties, which include FX, FXX, National Geographic Channel and Fox Sports.

Study: Nine Out of 10 Americans Are Binge-Viewers — TiVo Research Documents the Rise of Gluttony TV That Americans long ago lost our collective knack for moderation seems hardly worth noting in the era of hot dog stuffed crust pizza, but a new study from TiVo suggests our capacity for gluttony is not limited to preposterous foodstuffs.

Ad Age Continues Search 2015 Best Places to Work — Report Will Showcase the Most Desirable Companies Across Agencies, Ad-Tech and Media Ad Age is tracking down the best places to work in advertising. We're highlighting the agencies, ad-tech firms and media organizations that are doing the best job nurturing, rewarding and retaining talent.

NBC to Trump: 'You're Fired!' — Network to 'Apprentice' Star: 'You're Fired!' NBC is parting ways with Donald Trump, washing its hands of the bilious real estate mogul following his recent spate of racist and ill-informed remarks about Mexican immigrants.

CBS Nears the Upfront Finish Line — Upfronts / Newfronts The nation's most-watched TV network has nailed down the bulk of its 2015-16 upfront commitments, and while CBS is believed to have accumulated less dollar volume than it did a year ago, it remains confident that it will out-earn the rest of the field.

The Parties Continue: More Scenes From Cannes — Are you sick of seeing pictures of creative people at fabulous parties at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity? Too bad. Here are some more. If it makes you feel any better, this is the last one of these we're posting -- this year. Photos by Patrick Denton
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Jul 05, 2015

@JoseMolinaTV Typical New England blue law shit. Vineyard Haven/Tisbury was a dry town for 180 yrs; BD started selling beer/wine in 2012.

Jul 05, 2015

@JoseMolinaTV Vineyarders like to think he's a nod to the Black Dog Tavern*. (I say P ran away to find a less dopey owner.) *not a bar fwiw

Jul 05, 2015

@franklinavenue @TVMoJoe I mean, every single story in the series would be filed before the first was published.

Jul 04, 2015

@TVMoJoe You're still too young to be watching the nightly news, Joe.

Jul 04, 2015

ISIS blew up my neighbor's barbecue, but it's cool because the only person who died was Larry, aka the guy who never shuts up about The Wire

Jul 04, 2015

@TVMoJoe That logistical leap is more asinine than Colin Farrell's preemption of an 8-part investigative series by beating up the reporter.

Jul 03, 2015

There's a Criterion Collection edition of Chasing Amy. Q: Seriously? Q: Why? Q: Seriously—why?

Jul 03, 2015

The impatient drug lord across the street who looks like Edward Norton's American History X understudy is once again Ft. Sumtering my house.

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