Stories for Jul. 30, 2003

Media Publisher, a software developer for rich-media publishing, has completed its first round of funding of $1.3 million, seven months afte… Read more »

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Yahoo has fortified its news service in recent weeks, offering both increased depth and powerful search tools that make it a compelling choi… Read more »

The RedPaper is an experimental online information exchange that blends self-publishing with micropayments. An author’s success depends on h… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 29, 2003

An interview with Louis Borders: “As we looked at the industry, we were scared away from music because of all the rights issues. One thing t… Read more »

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Soccer moms chatting away on soccer phones…kinda. Read more »

NCR has settled a patent-infringement case it brought against Yahoo last year. The company sued Yahoo in December, accusing it of infringing… Read more »

From September fans across Europe will be able, for an as yet unspecified fee, to log on to and watch highlights, goals and footage… Read more »

The firm behind the popular Irish Web sites and says it’s in a solid financial position, in spite of the collapse… Read more »

The BBC has submitted a robust defence of its online operations to the government ahead of an impending review, drawing on a newly commissio… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 28, 2003

KeepMedia just went live…for full list of magazines on the service, click here
Am testing the service right now…pretty good. Good functi… Read more »

MusicMatch has hopped aboard the subscription-free wagon at the Jupiter Plug.IN conference, announcing a slew of download sale agreements wi… Read more »

(panel agenda and speaker bio): Philip Wiser, CTO, Sony Music Entertainment: Portability is a key. Can wireless stand alone as a separate pl… Read more »

Jupiter Reasearch expects Net music sales to grow to $3.3 billion in 2008 from less than $1 billion in 2003. Jupiter, which released its upd… Read more »

(We are running analysis of the event from Jacob Kaldenbaugh, founder of Harvest Equity Research, an independent digital media research firm… Read more »

(Panel agenda and bios) Jim Griffin, CEO, Cherry Lane Digital: Creating the pool of money, who gets what, is the most important part…carvi… Read more »

Software maker Roxio plans to reincarnate the Napster online music service much sooner than expected, launching a legitimate form of the onc… Read more »

KeepMedia the online magazine archives marketplace, which launches today, will sell articles at $1 a pop, or free to current subscribers ($4… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 26, 2003

I am in New York City early next week for the Jupiter Plug.IN Music Conference, and will be covering it live from the venue, if the venue ha… Read more »

The excitement builds up for the Jupiter Plug.IN Music Conference in New York, starting Monday. Issues such as developing music services for… Read more »

Nothing like a weekend to indulge in a bit of narcissism, is it? Couple of more stories about this site came out this week…
– PR Week mag… Read more »

iVillage co-founder and editor in chief Nancy Evans has resigned, effective immediately, after eight years at the company. No reason was giv… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 25, 2003

Bill Gates said his company is exploring ways to develop a music download service similar to Apple Computer’s iTunes that would tie into the… Read more »

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