PBS, Time Warner, Business Week

PBS announces it will air civil rights documentary Eye on the Prize for the first time since 1993

PBS announces it will air civil rights documentary Eye on the Prize for the first time since 1993

Despite troubles on the publishing side, Time Warner achieves a 6.6% increase in US revenue in 2005, due mainly to Internet and cable growth

The Week magazine enters into a partnership with Microsoft Windows Mobile to produce content for mobile devices such as smartphones, PDAs, and other handheld computers

Downs

The CBS Evening News slides into third place for September's final week after being first or second since Katie Couric's debut

Jesus Diaz Jr. resigns as president of The Miami Herald Media Co. and publisher of its two papers amid a widening controversy over payments accepted by some El Nuevo Herald  journalists for participating in government-sponsored radio broadcasts

Business Week lays off 12 staffers in editorial, editorial production, and administrative positions

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