Stories for Jul. 7, 2003

Emap UK is making redundancies in its radio and music division as it stops selling advertising on its website, scales back its online conten… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 6, 2003
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The National Basketball Association said it will webcast 27 summer-league games, a first for the league as it continues its push into online… Read more »

Well I had to interrupt my long weekend to bring you this: apparently, Van Dusseldorp, the Amsterdam-based digital media research company, w… Read more »

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp is to exit Chinese Internet company NetEase.com through a buyback of shares for about $4.6 million. News Corp’s s… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 4, 2003

AOL Blogs were unveiled to a select group of bloggers, for their feedback. The biggest features: AOL IM as a client to blog. Jeff Jarvis giv… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 3, 2003

The News Weblog of the Year, at the 2003 European Online Journalism Awards (the fifth installation of it). Darn, I wish I was in Barcelona t… Read more »

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Boston.com, the website of Boston Globe, will be relaunching next week, with a major new design, and a new CMS system. The CMS is Zope, the… Read more »

The evangelizing bug has bitten Guy Kawasaki again, only this time it is micropayments. Not necessarily for big media companies, but for the… Read more »

Ecast, which operated the online music service RioPort, has shuttered the service that once supplied the Websites of major retailers–includ… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 2, 2003

(via BuzzMachine) : A very interesting development: About.com has just relaunched its network of about 400 guide sites as weblogs. As an exa… Read more »

The lawsuit by Friskit against RealNetworks may prove to be a disaster for the streaming giant if it is proven: it might be barred from usin… Read more »

Continuing on the theme of summer of comebacks, Guy Kawasaki is back, with a content technology venture….details tomorrow… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 1, 2003

The increasing irrelevance of Lycos is getting, well, increasingly apparent. FoxSports.com has ended a marketing partnership with it, under… Read more »

A story on how magazine are slowly but surely getting it right online..or so this story says. Personalization, audience measurement systems,… Read more »

(via Frank Barnako): Amazon has confirmed plans of offering a music store aking to Apple’s iTunes. In Tokyo, Amazon.com senior VP Diego Piac… Read more »

iWon, the lowest-common-denomiator portal which gives out money through sweepstakes, may be interested in buying Lycos…iWon’s parent compa… Read more »

Salon Media Group, parent of Salon.com, has reported even results for its Q4 fiscal, with revenues of $0.9 million, compared to $1 million i… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 30, 2003

Chinese Internet media company Sina said its second-quarter results would be far ahead of forecasts as the impact of the SARS outbreak faile… Read more »

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last Tuesday that blogggers, website operators and e-mail list editors can’t be held responsible fo… Read more »

The founder of Borders and Webvan, Louis Borders, is planning a comeback with an online content retailing solution for media industry, with… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 29, 2003

After about a week of speculation on who RealNetworks’ mobile carrier partner in Europe will be, it is Vodafone, as expected. Vodafone will… Read more »

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