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BusinessWeek’s E.Biz 25: Yahoo’s Terry Semel: BusinessWeek’s latest E.Biz 25 ranking profiles Terry Semel, CEO of Yahoo. According to the st… Read more »

Terra Lycos To Focus on “Subscriptionable” Content: Internet portal Terra Lycos has laid off 174 U.S. employees, or 21 percent of its Americ… Read more »

loading external resource’s New Experiment: 3 Days Free, 2 Days Paid: Steve Outing comments on’s new experiment involving its sex-advice column by… Read more » Details its Partnership With MSN:, which announced last quarter that it had partnered with MSN, has unveiled further… Read more »

NYT’s Archived Travel Stories Turn From Paid to Free: With the re-launch of’s travel section, users now have free access to its… Read more »

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Yahoo’s Potential on Tapping its Community: eMarketer analyzes Yahoo’s paid subscription services and how its partnership with SBC for broad… Read more »

The National Hockey League on Monday introduced a subscription service for digital-video game highlights, in partnership with Microsoft. Thi… Read more »

Is Semel the Right Guy for Yahoo?: Business 2.0 posits the question. “Yahoo is uniquely positioned to be the entertainment industry’s prime… Read more »

AOL TV?: AOL’s taking its cues from TV: “AOL’s facelift is being engineered by a new leadership team that came out of television and radio.… Read more »

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Will “Free News” Become Extinct?: A story about European newspapers/online publishers charging for content. Usual suspects such as an… Read more », the Internet edition of South China Morning Post, and, Financial Times’ online operation, have signed an agreement to cross… Read more »’s Subs. Revenues for Q3:’s third-quarter losses narrowed as the company conserved its cash and cut costs, but re… Read more »

Salon Raises $200,000: Salon Media Group has raised $200,000 in a loan from Adobe Systems founder and company director Dr. John Warnock. The… Read more »

Services: A risky bet on MSN: MSN’s plans for charging for premium web services from its users. “By offering these new Web services almost e… Read more » To Break Even in Q4; Plans Asian Edition(via will break even by the end of the year and an Asian edition for… Read more »

New ISP on the Block: iVillage: As per earlier plans, iVillage is launching a new dial-up Internet access service called iVillageAccess. “Th… Read more »

RealNetworks goes mobile with NEC: RealNetworks has shipped a mobile version of its multimedia playback software in NEC’s MobilePro P300 han… Read more »

Lessons in Paid Content, From Part one of the lessons has learned from its subscription offerings of archives and c… Read more » To Turn Premium Sites Free on 9/11: The will turn its premium sites RealMoney and RealMoney Pro free for Sep. 11. T… 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 »

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

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

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 »

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 »

Microsoft In Talks With Magazine Publishers for Providing Content to TabletPC: Microsoft is in talks with major publishing companies to make… Read more »

Sony’s Online Gaming Plans a Big Gamble: Sony will release on Aug. 27 a network adapter that allows its PlayStation 2 game console to tap in… Read more »

Is Planning a Print Magazine?: A new pop-up user survey on indicates that it is may be planning to launch a quarterly pr… Read more »

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