Nielsen, Disney, and 'Rolling Stone'

Nielsen announces it will include college students living away from home in its TV ratings beginning in 2007

Nielsen announces it will include college students living away from home in its TV ratings beginning in 2007

Ups

Nielsen announces it will include college students living away from home in its TV ratings beginning in 2007

Disney capitalizes on Michelle Kwan's popularity -and availability - and signs her as a celebrity spokesperson in the wake of her early exit from the Olympics

News Corp. announces plans for a "safety czar" to oversee MySpace.com and launch an education push to inform youngsters about how to safely use the site

Downs

em>Rolling Stone publisher Steve DeLuca leaves after two years, reportedly fired over a disagreement with Jann Wenner about the location of a party to celebrate the title's 1,000th issue

The Financial Times sets up an outside blog for readers to post thoughts on a piece about how blogs may be near the end of their usefulness and popularity

Magazine growth in latter part of '05, notes the Audit Bureau of Circulations, is driven mostly by celeb titles

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