Stories for Jun. 19, 2003

Kazaa, infamous for enabling users to swap music and videos without paying for them, wants to be the official online distributor for the ent… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 18, 2003

CNET Networks will not proceed with a planned private placement of $100 million in convertible notes, because terms were not attractive enou… Read more »

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About 1,700 fans have paid $3.95 each to download the entire game video of Roger Clemens’s 300th victory from Major League Baseball’s websit… Read more »

(or, A year down the content lane, the blueprint for the future…)

“Contentment,” said Luke. “A word which should never be spoken, only sp… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 17, 2003

A Los Altos, Calif., inventor has withdrawn a patent infringement lawsuit against a dozen small newspapers…Paul Heckel alleged in the suit… Read more »

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The number of broadband subscribers swelled by 49 percent in May compared with the same period last year, while the number of narrowband use… Read more »

A compelling argument on why standalone browsers, and innovation in the sector is best for the industry…Given that Microsoft has announced… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 16, 2003

Jewel has launched of her official fan site “Jewel: Unedited”, which coincides with her fifth studio release, “0304.” The subscription serv… Read more »

A deal with NYTimes.com (first reported on this site) explained, in which its links will be open to weblogs (well, to be precise, anyone usi… Read more »

Tacoda Systems has launched a new turnkey audience registration system that can easily be installed at large papers or chains. Tacoda is alr… Read more »

Former News Director Terry Heaton offers his perspective on why local broadcasters need to make a larger commitment to the Internet and how… Read more »

A story of using geolocation software used by sites like MLB.com, and the problem associated with it. “[T]he system is so much more restrict… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 15, 2003

America Online is expanding the promotion of its popular music and movies programming into retail stores. AOL is plugging its entertainment… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 14, 2003

So what would Google do with the money if it launches an IPO? The speculation continues: it may want to expand its Google News offering, by… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 13, 2003

An innovative experiment that could spawn other immitators: MLB.com is testing a new premium multimedia service hawking full-length classic… Read more »

(via PicturePhoning.com): The killer app: Samsung Electronics has built a TV reception function into its latest handset SCH-X820, for its do… Read more »

ROO Media, a provider of Internet video management solutions, and AP Digital has introduced the AP Digital ROO Online Video Portal, a turnke… Read more »

Thanks to CEO Inoue’s innovations, it’s now the country’s premier Net destination. And early broadband moves may help keep it that way. Read more »

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