The WSJ's Paid Guide to the Upfronts
I meant to blog this earlier, but I’ve been plagued by computer problems all day. Who noticed this today? The Wall Street Journal has a strange five-page advertorial in the Marketplace section today called the “2007 Guide to the Upfront,” filled with vanilla trend stories about the upfront presentations. The section is entirely bought and paid for by CNN, Discovery Networks, and Univision — companies that present the very kind of events the section covers.
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