Stories for Nov. 15, 2002

Micropayment Service Launched in Finland: Finnish company Net People Oy has launched a micropayment solution called ePOLETTI.
The service pl… Read more »

Roxio Snapping up Napster’s Assets: For about $5 million (3.1 million pounds) in stock and cash. “Roxio refused to comment on its plans for… Read more »

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Stories for Nov. 14, 2002

Pressplay Signs on Fifth Label; Now Competes With Listen.com: Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group’s Pressplay music subscript… Read more »

NBA.com Expands Subscription Deal with RealNetworks: NBA will offer exclusive content on its NBA.com site, using RealNetworks’ video and aud… Read more »

EMI Signs Up Nine Online Music Companies: In a significant move for subscription music services, EMI has signed new distribution agreements… Read more »

Salon Media’s Revenues Jump to $1 Million, Riding Subscription Sales: Salon Media Group’s revenues for its latest quarter jumped to $1 milli… Read more »

TheStreet.com’s New Unit Part of a Bigger Strategy: WSJ.com analyzes the prospects of TheStreet.com’s new subsidiary Independent Research Gr… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 13, 2002

Salon.com’s Still Alive on its Seventh Birthday: Nope, this is not an “Onionesque” headline. Salon.com is celebrating its seventh birthay, a… Read more »

iVillage’s Q3 Results: iVillage’s net loss for Q3 narrowed to $5 million, or 9 cents a share, from a loss of $8 million, or 15 cents, a year… Read more »

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Lycos Europe is Feeling the Slump: European internet portal Lycos has announced a sharp drop in revenues for the third quarter fall to £57m… Read more »

Disney’s Online Sites Turn Profitable: A surprisingly good piece of news for Disney’s online unit, as the company other divisions languish.… Read more »

Full Audio to Provide Subscription Music Service to Charter Subscribers: Charter Communications (Nasdaq :CHTR), a cable broadcast and Intern… Read more »

Try Salon.com Premium for Free, Courtesy Mercedes Benz: In essence, a user sponsorship, and you’ll see more and more of this in the future.… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 12, 2002

OPA Forms a European Version: The Online Publishers Association, the N.Y.-based association of U.S. online publishers, has opened a European… Read more »

Will MyWay.com Have Its Way Against Yahoo?: The ad-free, fee-free online portal MyWay.com, the newest and the strangest entrance in the sect… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 11, 2002

Audible.com Goes the Retail Route to Sell Subscriptions: Here’s an idea: go offline. Audible.com has signed up with direct reseller Zones to… Read more »

MarketWatch.com Eyes EDGAR; Spurned by TheStreet.com: EDGAR Online, which has been struggling of late in face of competition from upstarts s… Read more »

Service Plans to Sell Answers on Hoover’s: Find/SVP, a consulting and research firm, will offer an online answer research service to users o… Read more »

T-Mobile To Sell Sony Picture’ Content (subscription required): Wireless operator T-Mobile has agreed to buy and distribute content world-wi… Read more »

British Newspaper The Sun Launches SMS Dieting Service: This one has to take the prize for sheer innovation, and maybe U.S. newspapers could… Read more »

Movielink ready to roll: Movielink, a joint venture between 5 major movie studios, will launch on Monday after two years of development (mus… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 10, 2002

WSJ.com’s Price Increase to Generate $5 Million in Additional Revenues in 2003: This according to the Q3 10-Q filed by WSJ.com’s parent comp… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 9, 2002

Will You Accept WSJ.com Subscription Charge on Your Phone Bill?: This could be a common reality, if PaymentOne has its way. An interview wit… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 8, 2002

AtomShockwave Launches Paid Video Game Service: AtomShockwave has launched a new subscription video game service on its Shockwave.com websit… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 7, 2002

Terra Lycos’ Paying Subscribers Now Contribute 11 Percent of Revenues: Even as the Spanish portal widened its quarterly loss and missed its… Read more »

Digital Versions of Magazines on Tablet PC: Digital versions of BusinessWeek, Harvard Business Review, Technology Review and PC Magazine wil… Read more »

Stories for Nov. 6, 2002

ContentBiz Delays Plans to Launch a Subscription Site: This one comes as a personal disappointment to me–there is nobody more qualified to… Read more »

FT.com, not traditionally known for its sports coverage, has tied up with Sportinglife.com. The sports site, which was set up by the Press A… Read more »

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