Stories for Jun. 12, 2003

If you remember the wave of stories on Sony about a couple of months back (check our dedicated Sony page for more stories), this will sound… Read more »

Forbes.com has launched a desktop edition, called “Executive Connection”. Standalone news push tools from individual publishers are a hard-s… Read more »

AOL Time Warner is following the successful launch of Apple’s iTunes service by selling music downloads, it has confirmed….The new venture… Read more »

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MusicNet is the latest to go with Microsoft’s Windows Media, following MSFT’s deals with AOL Time Warner and Amazon.
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Vin Crosbie tackles the archives question: some basic questions publishers should ask if they are considering charging for archives. “Compar… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 11, 2003

RealNetworks wants to offer about $100 million of convertible subordinated notes to institutional buyers….speculation is rising that it co… Read more »

Yaga, the content commerce solutions provider, has partnered with Authorize.Net, one of the biggest payment solutions providers, to offer it… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 10, 2003
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Rock group Radiohead have launched their own internet TV channel to coincide with the release of their sixth album, Hail To the Thief…Radi… Read more »

AOL has named former BMG Entertainment executive Bill Wilson to run its music division. Read more »

So another one in the VC/M&A space closes down…IPO.com has gone out of business. My former employer, Venture Reporter was also bought out… Read more »

DRM firm SealedMedia has secured $4 million in its fourth round of financing led by Pond Venture Partners and Crescendo Ventures. Proceeds f… Read more »

Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL and others may follow Apple’s lead by offering downloads a la carte. Music executives hope the new players will help t… Read more »

iVillage has received notification from the Nasdaq Stock Market that it has regained compliance with the SmallCap market’s $1 closing minimu… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 9, 2003

Record labels are now aggressively doing deals with online providers such as AOL Time Warner’s America Online, Yahoo!’s Launch and Microsoft… Read more »

Alphamosaic, the mobile video software provider for the mobile world, has announced that it has secured $12 million in a Series B financing… Read more »

Microsoft is still angling for a major role in the digital film business. The company is downplaying its ambitions until it finds out whethe… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 8, 2003

Apple has sold 3.5 million songs since it launched its iTunes music store at the end of April. The computer manufacturer is selling about 50… Read more »

In the new beta version of AOL 9.0, the advances in its own Winamp multimedia player have some industry players convinced that its partnersh… Read more »

Cable giant Comcast this fall will unveil a revamped version of its home page that will offer splashier multimedia features, including video… Read more »

On Thursday, programmer James Speth released a hastily written piece of software called 401(ok) that restores Net-wide music streaming to iT… Read more »

Telefonica has no immediate plans to sell Lycos if its takeover of the Web site network’s parent goes through, and would operate it as an in… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 7, 2003
Stories for Jun. 6, 2003

Webby Awards has been announced: Google News got the best news site award…while BBC News got the people’s choice award in the same categor… Read more »

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