Stories for Mar. 28, 2003

A review of a new book which shows media sites how to leverage the mother of all search engines. “Last year’s launch of the Google API provi… Read more »

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A popular community and news site on PocketPC technology, PocketPC Thoughts, will go subscription very soon, according to founder in this in… Read more »

The Dutch ISP Planet Internet introduced a games subscription service. For a small monthly fee, about $10, you get unlimited access to a gro… Read more »

Stories for Mar. 27, 2003

MSNBC.com served a record 10 million video streams on Friday, up from 9.7 million last Thursday. This tops the 6 million video streams on 9/… Read more »

Mobile operators in Western Europe at last appear to be halting the long-term decline in average revenue per user (ARPU) ? an essential step… Read more »

Not necessarily related to content directly, but am important step in content technology, nonetheless. Macromedia has released a new softwar… Read more »

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The Food Network plans to retool its website, redesigning portions of FoodNetwork.com and gradually adding elements that take advantage of b… Read more »

FullAudio launched a revamped version of its music subscription service Wednesday and said it finally had rights to distribute music from al… Read more »

Stories for Mar. 26, 2003

In a significant move for music, Madonna is selling her new antiwar single, “American Life” on her Website, charging $1.49 for the download… Read more »

Wireless technology provider Moviso has teamed with AmericanGreetings.com to deliver electronic greetings and graphics to mobile devices thr… Read more »

AOL has moved into some sort of competition with telecom companies. It unveiled its latest paid service, which lets subscribers listen to v… Read more »

The discussions at the Jupiter Online Media Conference here Tuesday echoed with a growing sentiment that the money lies in providing service… Read more »

Synacor, the web content distribution firm which is targeting second tier ISPs with an alternative multi-media subscription service, has sec… Read more »

It’s not the easiest time to be selling music the old-fashioned way. An interview with Pamela Horovitz, president of the National Associatio… Read more »

This according to Tim Sanders, the chief solutions officer at Yahoo, speaking at the Jupiter Online Media Conference. He said that portal to… Read more »

Australians could be paying for MP3 files over the telephone following the announcement of plans by peer-to-peer provider Altnet to use cont… Read more »

SportsLine.com may take a hit due to lower ratings for the NCAA. But it is still a dot-com survivor. But the company is not the wisest inves… Read more »

America Online is expected to announce that it will replace RealNetworks with Dolby as the default audio streaming technology for its narrow… Read more »

Stories for Mar. 25, 2003

This according to Jacob Weisberg, the editor of Slate, who was speaking on a panel at Jupiter Online Media Conference, where I was also spea… Read more »

This time by Jupiter Research, to coincide with the Jupiter Online Media Conference. According to the report, consumers are warming to the n… Read more »

In an attempt to push its print subscribers online, WSJ.com has launched “Afternoon Report”– an add-on that updates with fresh news twice… Read more »

Stories for Mar. 24, 2003

“Executives of AOL, Yahoo, CNN.com, ABCNews.com and the Webcaster RealNetworks say that the hunger for up-to-the-minute news of troops on th… Read more »

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