Stories for Aug. 21, 2003

Dutch financial investor J.H.H. de Mol, the billionaire behind “Big Brother”, has acquired “five percent of the company’s share capital and… Read more »

WaPo checks out a Best Buy store and tests the digital media/services subscriptions it is selling, including Internet movie rental service N… Read more »

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Stories for Aug. 20, 2003

The Rolling Stones’ decision to sell their music online is proof of seismic change in the music industry, according to Guardian. The story t… Read more »

This is funky as funky can be…Holland, the country who brought to television the first “Big Brother” reality show in 1999, is now innovati… Read more »

BuyMusic, the online music download store founder Scott Blum started, released on Tuesday a second update to its service.
BuyMusic h… Read more »

Sadly, for all e-mail publishers/marketers, the answer increasingly sound like yes. Rejoice… Read more »

I am dealing with a similar problem today, though on a much smaller scale compared to Jupitermedia…and see the post below, on the death of… Read more »

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Yahoo has given one of its strongest indications yet that it will soon end its reliance on Google. Yahoo Australia, search producer, Peter C… Read more »

(Real Audio): One reason for the increase is that audio/video streams are increasigly embedded into broadband services (auto-play etc). Read more »

Stories for Aug. 19, 2003

Digital music service MusicNow and music label BMG on Tuesday announced a digital music channel showcasing more than 2,000 Elvis Presley son… Read more »

Nokia is acquiring the assets, the online unit and wireless game unit of Japanese game maker Sega.’s multi-player technolo… Read more »

Will user-generated content be as important for the mobile Internet as it is for the wired Internet?
By the way, the excellent wireless new… Read more » Exclusive: A financial technologist has patented an idea, which if implemented and adopted, could overturn how we pay for in… Read more »

By collecting data from questionnaires and with users’ permission, AOL 9.0 can deliver personalized listings on TV shows, movies, music and… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 18, 2003

The Smoking Gun, the scrappy site known for documenting the bad behavior of famous folks, has just launched a TV show, and a twice-monthly c… Read more » has launched a subscription-based desktop app, called “Desktop Weather Platinum”. Some jazzy features included in the annual sub… Read more »

In the world of broadcasting, the Benedek name continues to have currency, particularly in the area of station websites. It’s investment fir… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 17, 2003

Dan Gillmor weighs in on RSS. “”RSS is evolving as a replacement for e-mail publishing and marketing,” [Chris Pirillo] says. “RSS suddenly m… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 16, 2003

A stack-up of broadband players in the European market–basic contention: strong regional players may not cross boundaries. And AOL? “AOL’s… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 15, 2003

They should pay him money for all this free advice….10 steps on how to save….”I’m holding out hope a community-driven company wi… Read more »

As online gaming continues to experience a growth boom both on consoles and on the PC, the biggest obstacle to its growth may well come down… Read more »

Among the media sites I check on a daily basis, VNU Business sites are down: Billboard, Hollywood Reporter, Editor & Publisher, AdWeek, Medi… Read more »

UK online music group OD2 has denied accusations it is operating as a monopoly, despite being the only company in Europe to have been able t… Read more »

Another story on micropayments–besides the usual suspects, the story profile e-gold, an alternative online currency backed in gold…”Altho… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 14, 2003

Holy God, Economist writes on blogs….and they quote Tony Perkins, of all the people out there, which is a shame. If Perkins moves are revo… Read more »

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