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Three for Fee: Vin Crosbie’s three criterion for determining if your site is subscription-cashable, using the example of The Jerusalem Post.… Read more »

Ebert on Streaming Movies Online: Roger Ebert tests out some online streaming movie sites and end up with the conclusion: “[O]n-demand strea… Read more »

IVillage’s Quest for Revenues: This is probably the way to go for multi-interest, demographic-based sites: in order to subsidize its content… Read more »

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A story I did on how Mazingo, a small wireless content distribution startup, is trying to develop a multi-media portal for wireless devices.… Read more »

An interview with John Riccitiello, president and chief operating officer of Electronic Arts, the $1.7 billion game publisher, on how broadb… Read more »

How P2P Will Change Content Delivery: A research report ($$) outlining the future of P2P content delivery networks. Key takeaway: P2P Conten… Read more »

Merrill Brown On MSNBC.com and Life: “I want every category of content to have both free and subscription versions so that, yes, there’s fre… Read more »

Has Salon Lost Its Way?: “And if the display on any of the stories does happen to pique his interest, it often has the star next to it which… Read more »

Making Gamers Pay: This is a complex conundrum–the fact that online gaming has become hugely popular makes it very difficult for gaming com… Read more »

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Making Gamers Pay: This is a complex conundrum–the fact that online gaming has become hugely popular makes it very difficult for gaming com… Read more »

Bring on the Fans: Digital World Services, a digital distribution and rights management subsidiary of Bertelsmann, has launched a “fan-focus… Read more »

Wake Up: The music industry has finally woken up. Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment plan to cut prices for digital music do… Read more »

The American Lawyer magazine has launched a PDF downloadable version of its magazine, that can be “that can be read, searched, archived and… Read more »

Consumer Reports has tied-up with NewsStand to make some of its publications available in digital versions online. Among the first products… Read more »

NASCAR Winston Cup driver Matt Kenseth has tied up with PTN Media to develop develop branded mobile phones, face plates and subscription ser… Read more »

INT Media Group’s Revenues Decline 27 Percent (free registration required): INT Media Group (Nasdaq: INTM), the parent company of Internet.c… Read more »

Playboy Online’s Subscriptions up 51 Percent (free registration required): Playboy Enterprises’ (NYSE: PLA) online group is moving towards p… Read more »

WSJ.com’s Revenues Decline 10 Percent (free registration required): The revenue growth of the Wall Street Journal Online has been slowing do… Read more »

Network Live, the ambitious online live music venture which is a three way joint venture between AOL, XM and AEG group, is in some amount of… Read more »

Tom Cruise’s rupture with Paramount and his freakish behavior overall are the premium fuel that gossip/celebrity blogs feed on. Gossip, Red… Read more »

The NPD Group: Rap/Hip-Hop Ringtones Rule the Market

Women and girls downloaded the majority of ringtones in July 2006

PORT WASHINGTON, NE… Read more »

There’s another mobile social network in the works…Chatworld is aimed at kids around the globe, and uses patented technology to protect ki… Read more »

And it gets louder: The Future of The Internet is on The Mobile says Yahoo COO Daniel Rosensweig to BusinessWorld (subscription reqd).
The i… Read more »

Confederation of Indian Industry and law firm LawQuest have teamed up to bring out a whitepaper on copyright and digital media. The 22-page… Read more »

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