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An Interesting Year Ahead for Online Community: Virtual communities have long been ticking over since the days of The Well, Tripod and Geoci… Read more »

Robert Marsh, Controller of Telephony Development at Channel 4 Television in the UK talks about the success of SMS TV, its benefits beyond r… Read more »

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Virgin Mobile to Open up Third Party Premium SMS: Mobile content providers will soon be able to launch premium SMS services to Virgin Mobile… Read more »

Reuniting Friends Has Proved Its Worth: This according to Philip Smith, the editor of Revolution. “Certainly, Friends Reuniteds Read more »

Web.de Says It Will Turn Profit Every Quarter of 2003: German Internet portal company Web.de has turned a profit in the Q4 ’02. The news of… Read more »

Liverpool FC links with BT Openworld for Trial Subscription Offer: Liverpool FC supporters will receive three month’s worth of free e-Season… Read more »

Microsoft and Music Choice Team Up to Offer Subscription Music Services in Europe: Music Choice Europe, a digital music broadcaster, has tie… Read more »

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BBC is extending its news text service to India’s 4 million mobile phone users, in a deal with mobile phone company Orange. BBC will provide… Read more »

Shazam Looks for More Material: Music recognition company Shazam has inked an agreement with Key Production, a broker and manufacturer for t… Read more »

O2 Hires Former Sky Director to Develop Paid Data Services: Mobile operator O2 has hired ex-Sky marketing sage David Chance to boost its wir… Read more »

AOL Wins Online Music Innovation Award: Finally some good news for America Online. AOL Music’s First Listen program–which presents new sing… Read more »

Publicis Unit Verbe Buys Ubiqus Content: French communications company Publicis Groupe SA unit Verbe Friday said it has purchased online con… Read more »

NewsNow Revamps Site: NewsNow, the online news monitoring service, has today launched the latest version of its website to include additiona… Read more »

This Is Your Deep Link on P2P: People in the online media industry are very familiar with Newsbooster, the Danish company embroiled in the d… Read more »

Yahoo’s Plans for Europe: Yahoo plans to start an ISP-access service in Europe. “In the U.S., Yahoo has been converting its millions of visi… Read more »

Bandai Announces Launch of i-mode Content Service in Germany: Japanese company Bandai has launched “Charappa,” a content service for the Eur… Read more »

Started as a Gimmick, Ring-Tone Sales Near $1 Billion: I will forever be amazed at the market for ring-tones…I can bet there are at least… Read more »

Paid Content More Successful on Mobile than on the PC: A new report released from Jupiter shows that by 2006 European consumers will spend E… Read more »

Mobile firms eye ‘Playboy’ services: Something which was only a matter of time: Mobile phone companies in UK are turning to soft porn in a b… Read more »

Old British Newsreels Find New Life Online: British Pathe, whose news reports helped form the worldview of British moviegoers for decades, h… Read more »

Content As the New Frontier–an EU Report (Big PDF File): A report on the fusion between content and technology market, by ACTeN, an EU-fund… Read more »

BT Plans Launch of Paid-for Learning Centre (UK): BT has revealed plans to launch its first paid-for education content service called BT Lea… Read more »

Live! and Kickin’, or Is It?: Vodafone Group is pretty pleased with itself, having spent millions of euros on marketing its Live! service in… Read more »

BTClick&Buy to Enable Online Content Billing Through Phones Form March (GIF File): This according to a story in New Media Age magazine. The… Read more »

MCM acquires Content Mediator of Norway: Media Content Market Sweden AB (MCM) has acquired a 90 per cent stake in Content Mediator AS, of Be… Read more »

Financial Times’ Troubles Galore, but Online Unit Breaks Even: “FT.com has been our great leap forward,” [FT editor Andrew] Gowers insists.… Read more »

Consumer Stance on Paid Content Shift in Western Europe: Categorize this under your “lame research” category: 41 percent of European Interne… Read more »

Whatever Happened to the Great Idea of Football Online? (UK): As the new round of football VoD rights talks looms, the Guardian looks at th… Read more »

Press Gazette’s (UK) Online Content To be Available Only to Print Subscribers: In a bid to increase print sales, the website of the UK journ… Read more »

AOL and BT fight For Online Football Rights in UK: Both BT and AOL are in negotiations with the English Premier League, over the rights to s… Read more »

How FT.com Kept Ad Sales Strong in 2002: ContentBiz does a case study on how FT.com ad sales kept up during 2002. “In the past, advertising… Read more »

Shazam’s Songmail Service on Your Cell: Shazam, the company that came up with the software to allow users to identify a song they hear on th… Read more »

Up, Down and Up Once Again: The past five years in the new media industry can be neatly summed up by three key words – boom, bust, boredom.… Read more »

FT.com To Break Even This Year: Financial Times’ FT.com will break even in the fourth quarter, as expected, and Internet losses at the FT Gr… Read more »

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