Stories for May. 15, 2003

Sony Online Entertainment has introduced plans for an all-encompassing subscription service that’ll allow gamers access to all of the compan… Read more »

As I reported yesterday, Comcast and RealNetworks have partnered to offer a cobranded online game service to high-speed Internet subscribers… Read more »

(free registration required): RealNetworks makes a push into mobile streaming media. But will it succeed? “Real’s future in mobile streaming… Read more »

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Stories for May. 14, 2003

A better plan is not a headlong charge, but remaining tempered. If you must charge, begin by charging for only the exclusive items on your s… Read more »

Some Web publishers have traditional-media stars in their eyes as they venture into radio or television, in a new sign of the digital domain… Read more »

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And I am not a celebrity, so please don’t get me out of here…The IFRA Online Trends Conference is a brilliant one…perhaps the smartest s… Read more »

Stories for May. 13, 2003

America Online announced Tuesday that it has promoted former entertainment division head Kevin Conroy to run operations for its broadband se… Read more »

Apple is negotiating with major European record labels to launch a version of its hugely successful iTunes online music download store befor… Read more »

Verizon and Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled their long-awaited joint DSL service for $34.95 a month, with a $5 discount for customers of certa… Read more »

I am in Amsterdam for the rest of this week, covering two major European events:
– IFRA Online Trend Day on May 14th, with speakers such a… Read more »

Stories for May. 12, 2003

America Online has started charging a small fee for the Expressions for AOL Instant Messenger users. Expressions — downloadable skins or th… Read more »

Daniel Mao has stepped down as CEO of Chinese Internet media company SINA.com and will be replaced Wang Yan, the president of the portal, Read more »

(via Frank Barnako): MSN Radio Plus, a new radio subscription service, in competition with services such as Yahoo Launch and RealOne RadioPA… Read more »

The growing popularity of online “blogs” – personal logs of ordinary internet users that link to stories throughout the globe – also contrib… Read more »

Through a mix of cultural and technological forces, Lineage and other “massively multiplayer” online games–MMOGs for short–have gripped th… Read more »

Look out Nintendo. A startup called TapWave is reinventing the Palm Pilot as a gaming platform.
Also read, “Tapwave Readies Gamer’s PDA”. Read more »

An analysis story from UK’s perspective, following Independent’s new subscription website, which was first reported here. Read more »

The Digital Media Events Blog features business events in the digital media-online and wireless sector. These are conferences, summits, webc… Read more »

Stories for May. 11, 2003
Stories for May. 10, 2003

“His next step would be to apply Apple’s design elegance and create an “iTV” device that integrates with Macintosh OS X, the Internet, and y… Read more »

Apple is pulling [micropayments mechanism] off using the traditional credit card system. Everyone knows your profit margin is eaten alive in… Read more »

Stories for May. 9, 2003

The 2003 EPpy Awards–awarded for the best online work by media companies, mainly from an editorial perspective–were presented Friday in Sa… Read more »

Does a pocket TV sound utopian to you? It is, however, far from that, for a digital TV receiver which works over the Internet has been in te… Read more »

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