Stories for Feb. 27, 2003

UK Ring Tone Market Worth £60 M a Year: This according to UK-based research company NOPWorld and Swedish Mobile Metrix, who surveyed people… Read more »

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Stories for Feb. 26, 2003

Lycos Europe pushes premium services strategy: Lycos Europe is preparing a big push for its premium services and says it wants to earn at le… Read more »

How Economist.com Juggles Ad and Content Sales: A Big Lesson About Paid Barrier Visibility: How does Economist.com keep its illustrious prin… Read more »

The company will dispose of its VegasInsider.com website and Los Vegas Sports Consultants, producer of widely used betting line data. The de… Read more »

ABCNews.com GM Mulls ‘DAM’ Future: As ABC News’ online division pursues more paying customers and wider distribution deals, the site needs t… Read more »

Your Next Customer Is Virtual. But His Money Is Real: There Inc. invites you to sell your wares in the most realistic and commercially sophi… Read more »

NetEase Returns to Profit on Games, Ads: Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com returned to profit in Q4 on the back of online games, wireless… Read more »

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This, I have to say, is a bit of a milestone. Sony’s SoapCity.com is offering digital versions of two popular daytime programs over the Inte… Read more »

AOL Offering Music Catalog for Downloads: America Online will introduce a service today that lets users download and listen to a large catal… Read more »

Stories for Feb. 25, 2003

The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Selling: Not necessarily content, but still relevant. All of us in online media could learn tons from Amazon.com… Read more »

The Rarity Value of Content: An analysis of the online information sector: “The current economic climate is beneficial to niche providers of… Read more »

The Emerging Digital Consumer: A comprehensive report on the online streaming media consumers, released today by Arbitron and Edison Media R… Read more »

Jonathan Hoenig Files Suit Against James Cramer and TheStreet.com: Another Cramer controversy. The complaint alleges that Cramer made untrue… Read more »

Which Price is Right?: “It is an urgent question: How can we increase profits if we can’t raise prices? The answer demands revolutionary thi… Read more »

Stories for Feb. 24, 2003

CNN Mobile Expands Mobile Services: CNN Mobile has started offerinmg new services to operators of mobile phones. Mobile customers can watch… Read more »

Stop, Thief!: Michael Wolff on the demonization of consumer and how the price of content keeps falling, much to the horror and cluelessness… Read more »

How Disney Internet Group Moved Past Go (free registration required): An interview with DIG’s executive VP Larry Shapiro about how the compa… Read more »

10 Things You Need to Know About Controlling Corporate Content: A good primer on how DRM systems can be used to protect content within an en… Read more »

NYTimes.com Tech Content Syndicated to CNET News.com: Not sure if this is official or a one-off deal: NYTimes.com tech coverage is now being… Read more »

VC Bill Lederer Working on a New Online Media Venture: Chicago VC Bill Lederer, who sold Art.com to Getty Images in a deal worth $200 millio… Read more »

comScore MediaMetrix Erred in Measuring Web Site Use: And yes, we are all really surprised, really. comScore discovered flaws in the methodo… Read more »

The Vitriol Against Salon: An interesting bunch of letters sent to Salon.com, in wake of its supposed imminent demise…”Salon — and I — t… Read more »

“One worry for Google, Mr. Sherman said, is that a blogging service will make Google look more like a portal, putting it in competition with… Read more »

Stories for Feb. 23, 2003

The New Republic’s Print Stories To be Available Only to Subscribers Online: Following up on the news earlier last week, TNR’s print edition… Read more »

Stories for Feb. 21, 2003

Choosing the Right Payment Solution Essential (Europe): While large international companies such as Tiscali, Vodafone and Arcor can afford t… Read more »

And why hasn’t the world come to an end yet? Anyway, if you get past this, the story is about how ESPN is using a video-caching technology t… Read more »

Why European ISPs Need Partners: On-line subscription services for newspapers, music, and gaming finally are becoming viable businesses. Ope… Read more »

Beautiful Losers: [Salon CEO Dave] Talbot and [Radar founder Maer] Roshan have at least one trait in common: hubris. That’s not a criticism,… Read more »

Want The News Now? Then Pay Up: A newspaper in Singapore has done what pundits here in US have only been debating for months and perhaps yea… Read more »

Music Industry Faces New Threats On Web: A Dutch man is about to go into business as an enabler of Internet peer-to-peer services. He wants… Read more »

In Japan and Korea, Mobile content Is Making Money: The wireless Web? Wasn’t its obituary written way back in 2000?…Yet, Japan’s three mob… Read more »

Reed Elsevier Third Largest Online Company: Reed Elsevier yesterday claimed the unlikely title of the world’s third largest internet company… Read more »

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