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Movielink Hires Top Execs. for On-Demand Service: Movielink, the much delayed video-on-demand service, has hired three top executives. Movie… Read more »

CBGB’s Events, for $3.95 Per Week: VitalStream, a digital broadcast enabler, has tied up with online payment PayPal to develop low-cost stre… Read more »

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Big Brother 24/7, on RealOne: CBS has tied up with RealNetworks to provide live video streaming from the “BIG BROTHER 3″ house, through its… Read more »

Dutch Newspaper’s Per Hour Access Fee: This takes the prize of the most innovative (or weird, maybe?) subscription model– The Dutch newspa… Read more »

FT.com Uses Yahoo To Promote Subscriptions: FT.com, the online version of The Financial Times, which recently unveiled its online subscripti… Read more »

Notice of Death (second item): ObitMessenger, a service by Legacy.com, takes the concept very literally: This new service searches the daily… Read more »

Revenues from Content Distribution: The online digital content distribution market is becoming increasingly important to the revenue prospec… Read more »

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Canada’s History Since 1844, Now in a Subscription Package: The Globe and Mail, Canada’s biggest daily newspaper, has released “Canada’s Her… Read more »

Media Central Pulls Back on Paid Content: Media Central, the media-related business magazine unit that is part of Primedia group, is unravel… Read more »

Altnet Tops 2 Million: Altnet P2P network, which is distributed along with the popular KaZaa file-swapping software, has clocked more than 2… Read more »

CNN has launched a subscription-based news ticker/alert service called Newswatch. The heart of the service is the “SmartScreen”, a full-scre… Read more »

Newspaper’s Litmus Test: How local newspaper sites should be looking at their online ventures in a different light: “A litmus test is how yo… Read more »

The NewsMarket Raises $3 Million: The NewsMarket, a web-based video distribution company, has raised $3 million in venture capital funding f… Read more »

Weblogs For Newspapers?: Steve Outing exhorts newspapers to take up weblogging to connect with readers. “It could even be a paid subscriptio… Read more »

Bereft of any way to monetize the seemingly valuable programming, Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) has decided to close two free services: is scrapping… Read more »

AOL Turning Sour on RealNetworks?: RealNetworks has always had a close relationship with AOL, more as a result of being Microsoft adversarie… Read more »

Setting Up Streaming Subscription Sites: The first part of an extensive tutorial on developing a streaming subscription site–from liabilit… Read more »

Streaming Sites Favor Ad Model, But How Long?: Streaming media content sites favor streaming advertising over subscription by a 60 percent t… Read more »

Korea is the biggest online gaming country in the world, and a small upstart NC Interactive is planning to make a run at it, against giants… Read more »

Get Ready to be Tethered: Newsweek does a story on “Palladium”, the new digital rights management and cryptography system being developed by… Read more »

RealNetworks Slides More Than 15 Percent: RealNetworks’ shares are getting hammered by a report released by NetRatings detailing the market… Read more »

Chime in on Subscription Discussion: Since last Wednesday, a fascinating discussion about online paid content has been developing on Online… Read more »

Do you want for broadband penetration to reach a critical mass before jumping in ? Aren’t we there already? Pew Internet’s latest research c… Read more »

MPEG-4 Tech for Wireless Content: Before wireless users become comfortable with video and audio content, the technology has to be in place.… Read more »

PWC’s take on convergence and how broadband adoption will drive it. “To see where the ‘digital evolution’ is headed, take a look at the surg… Read more »

Feds Halve Webcasters Royalty Fee: Federal copyright regulators have set new royalty rates for online radio companies. Under the new rates,… Read more »

WSJ.com Moves in B2B Areas: You had to see this coming. WSJ.com plans to launch a vertical on healthcare topics, part of a potential move to… Read more »

MSN on VZN: MSN has tied up with Verizon to offer high-speed broadband access by next spring. Microsoft would put $500 million into research… Read more »

Let Users Buy: A Netherlands-based business TV channel Kanaal Z has launched an innovative new service: On the website of Kanaal Z, visitors… Read more »

Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), the online DVD rental company, fancies itself as the online distributor of movies, when digital distribution of movi… Read more »

A story I did on how Mazingo, a small wireless content distribution startup, is trying to develop a multi-media portal for wireless devices.… Read more »

An interview with John Riccitiello, president and chief operating officer of Electronic Arts, the $1.7 billion game publisher, on how broadb… Read more »

Playboy Online’s Subscriptions up 51 Percent (free registration required): Playboy Enterprises’ (NYSE: PLA) online group is moving towards p… Read more »

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