Stories for Sep. 6, 2002

Dennis Interactive Charges for Game Site: Dennis Publishing’s new-media arm, Dennis Interactive (in U.K.), is to charge for content for the… Read more »

Fantasy Football Players Cry Foul on Fee:, the last of the major free fantasy football sites, has instituted an 11th-hour plan t… Read more »

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Bill Gates on Subscription Services: An interview coinciding with the launch of Microsoft’s new digital media platform Windows Media 9 Serie… Read more »

uclick Launches Customized Comics Page Service: For daily comic fanatics who want it their way and are willing to pay for it, Kansas City-ba… Read more »

Kanakaris Wireless Receives $3 Million Funding: Kanakaris Wireless, an online streaming movies provider through its site, has… Read more »

Steve Klein reports: The University of Kansas will begin charging for streaming audio football and basketball games on its athletic site beg… Read more »

Sandlot And DataCorp Launch Integrated Subscription Solution for Newspapers Publishers: Subscription software company Sandlot and DataCorp,… Read more »

Zagat Survey Launches Pocket PC Version: Zagat Survey, the provider of consumer survey-based dining, lodging and leisure information, has la… Read more »

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Stories for Sep. 5, 2002

Will ScreamingMedia Buy Inlumen?: Rumors about the buyout/merger between two of the content syndication players have been swirling around:… Read more »

Microsoft’s New Media Player Adds Subscription Services: Windows Media 9 Series, the new digital media platform launched on Wednesday by Mic… Read more »

Stories for Sep. 4, 2002

CBS MarketWatch Going the Institutional Route: CBS MarketWatch is going to syndicate its content to institutional content players: research… Read more »

Radcliffe is the former Chief Content Officer of ON24 and currently is the President of Internet/Media Strategies and Co-founder of Creative… Read more »

Cashing In On Connections: Despite dot-com meltdown, subscription sites are thriving by helping friends get back in touch with one another.… Read more »

Stories for Sep. 3, 2002

Paid Content, an Author at a Time: Steve Outing writes about voluntary paid-content…in other words, donations to your favorite authors. Th… Read more »

The FeedRoom Receives $5.4 Million in Venture Funding: This venture funding for a content-related company comes after a virtual drought duri… Read more »

Hoover’s CEO on Becoming a Sales Tool for Mid-Market Companies” (free registration required): An interview I did with Hoover’s CEO Jeffrey T… Read more »

British Wine Site to Charge for Advice:, the website set up by The Guardian’s wine expert, Malcolm Gluck, is to launch a subs… Read more »

Online Music Sites Face Tough Sell: Even though subscription music services have arrived, there’s been little fanfare, and so far almost no… Read more »

Kramer vs. Cramer: Business 2.0 compares the different strategies of CBS MarketWatch and Also read the accompanying story on… Read more »

SMS Services in Europe Signals User’s Shift: Text messages for Europe’s mobile phone operators signals an attitude shift among consumers: wi… Read more »

Stories for Sep. 2, 2002

Can Yahoo Make ‘em Pay?”: The story focuses on Yahoo’s partnership with SBC Communications to sell broadband access. SBC subscribers who sig… Read more »

Read My Weblog, Feed My Weblog: It was only a matter of time before somebody jumped on this idea: a subscription clearinghouse for weblogs.… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 29, 2002

Online Gaming Set to Take Off in Singapore: Singapore’s market for Internet-based gaming is set to reach $9.2 million by 2005, from just $1.… Read more »

Read all about it! On your mobile. News services for mobiles are now more appealing – but will they succeed? Read more »

Average Revenues Per User for Wireless Predicted to Decline: A new survey ARC Group says that the average revenue per user (ARPU) is set to… Read more »

British Firm OD2 Launches New Version of Subscription Music Service Using Credit System: On Demand Distribution (OD2), a British technology… Read more »

Lessons from the Satellite Radio Troubles: WSJ has a story on the troubles facing subscription satellite radio services Sirius and XM Satell… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 28, 2002

RealNetworks a Big Loser if Baseball Strike Goes Ahead: If Major League Baseball players go on strike this week, one of the losers may be Re… Read more »

Factiva CEO as the Paid Content Evangelist?: Factiva PR machine is trying to position its CEO Clare Hart as the paid content industry expert… Read more »

Stories for Aug. 27, 2002

Pay For Fresh, Archives Free?: Rusty Foster, founder of the popular community site Kuro5hin, has a contrarian thought: “Has anyone tried the… Read more »

A New World of Internet Fees: Although some companies have stumbled, analysts predict that charging for formerly free services is the wave o… Read more »

Shipping News : At sea about monetizing content? Become a sailor: Learn navigation, use your compass, and know the waters your sailing in. Read more »

Will Declining Birth Rates in Japan Affect Online Gaming Revenues: An interesting point in this story on Japanese game software maker Square… Read more » First Ever Online Televised Game, Even as Strike Looms: Even with the looming threat of a player strike that could cripple its fan b… Read more »

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