People are getting more social and more altruistic. That’s the simple part of the takeaway from Nielsen SVP of consumer insights and analyti… Read more »
Kicking off the full day ahead of paidContent Advertising, Geoff Ramsey, eMarketer’s CEO, talked about the rapid growth in mobile and the op… Read more »
The live stream of paidContent Advertising: Emerging Business Models is now up and running, available here. Read more »
Update: We’ve just kicked off the conference and our live stream is available here.
Some of the best minds will gather Thursday in New York… Read more »
With newspaper revenues in a downward spiral in the U.S., it’s easy to forget that there’s one area where daily tabloids and broadsheets are… Read more »
We’re putting the final touches on our one-day, single-stage event, paidContent Advertising: Emerging Business Models program, September 15… Read more »
From her moment signing on as CEO, to the moment she informed her staff of her dismissal via an iPad, mobile has been a persistent force dur… Read more »
Push has finally come to shove at Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO). Kara Swisher reports that Carol Bartz is out at Yahoo and that CFO Tim Morse is interi… Read more »
Yesterday the New York Times ran an article that addresses what is becoming a rather serious issue in the local online marketing space.
The… Read more »
Hulu’s first offering outside the U.S. is live: Hulu Japan, a subscription service with “hundreds” of films and thousands of hours of TV. Fo… Read more »
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Finally, closure on the long-running question of what would happen to the BBC’s magazine business, the biggest publisher of subscription mag… Read more »
Google’s now infamous Street View camera cars only set to work on the streets of Bangalore last month, but already Indian authorities have o… Read more »
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference just wrapped up, having confirmed some surprises and not-so surprises. As expected, the company unve… Read more »
If you, like millions of others, witnessed any of today’s Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton on the TV, Internet or in… Read more »
The mobile is already the computer in many markets, it seems. In some of the countries where cricket is most popular, the recent ICC Cricket… Read more »
While everyone else was waiting for news that Sprint (NYSE: S) was about to merge with T-Mobile USA, AT&T (NYSE: T) had a different deal in… Read more »
Last week, AOL (NYSE: AOL) CEO Tim Armstrong told the crowd at paidContent 2011 that layoffs — aka “job changes” — were coming following t… Read more »
We just wrapped up paidContent 2011, our flagship conference jam-packed with panel sessions and Q&As featuring some of the key names in digi… Read more »
After months of planning and some real-time programming, paidContent 2011; The Next Decade in Digital will convene first thing Thursday morn… Read more »
The news everyone has been waiting for has finally come out: Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has done a deal with Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT), where Windows Ph… Read more »
Forget iPads and smartphone apps – in India, the real “new media” are basic feature phones.
Media companies aren’t letting the market’s rel… Read more »
Our full-day namesake conference covers the subject from every relevant angle. Last year, senior business executives from across the content… Read more »
Following two fairly big acquisitions designed to expand its regional presence, Indian ad network Komli is preparing to do some deals. The M… Read more »
Hyderabad-based digital marketer Ybrant Digital took a break from its international shopping spree last year, but it says its looking to buy… Read more »
Blyk, the mobile ad company that started as a “free” MVNO for 16-24 year-olds, may have found its original business model hard to execute in… Read more »
We’ve just wrapped up our entertainment-focused conference, Battle for the Digital Home, a full-day event where we debated the issues surrou… Read more »
Rumours persist that Google’s upcoming music play will be a $25-a-month locker offering streamed access to owned tracks including via Androi… Read more »
I’m pleased to announce that Andrew Wallenstein will be joining us to write about the digital-entertainment business, based in Los Angeles.… Read more »
Simon Waldman is Group Product Director of LOVEFiLM, and author of “Creative Disruption: What you need to do to shake up your business in a… Read more »
Indian online advertising network Komli is buying Indoor Media, a UK-based firm helping clients market to ethnic minorities, in its latest i… Read more »
I am pleased to announce promotions for two stars on our team.
Ernie Sander, our Managing Editor since 2008, is promoted to Executive Edi… Read more »
Jay Penske’s Mail.com Media Corp., which has been busily buying up media sites, is selling its Mail.com e-mail business to German internet f… Read more »
Instamedia, which is best known for its Instablogs citizen journalism platform, has raised $4 million in a first round of funding from Times… Read more »
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) today announced a slew of new products and features on its phone, music and video viewing offerings. Check out a visual t… Read more »
I’m a big fan of the “digital home,” even if the phrase itself has slipped from popular use lately. I cannot wait for it to happen to me –… Read more »
CBS (NYSE: CBS) Studios International and Reliance Broadcast Network Limited (RBNL) Wednesday announced a deal to launch television channels… Read more »
Mumbai, India-based Mauj Mobile, a mobile content provider that’s part of the People Group, has acquired UK-based Mobango for its internati… Read more »
Search engine and portal operator Lycos has been sold to Indian digital marketing firm Ybrant Digital by South Korea’s Daum Communications f… Read more »
Twenty-four hours after launching its latest handset, suddenly RIM (NSDQ: RIMM) is enduring high-level skepticism that its BlackBerry is sui… Read more »