» CBS (NYSE: CBS) has teamed up with MediaMind (formerly Eyeblaster) to create a new ad tool called the Video Extender, which is… Read more »
Mail Online’s celeb gossip and Independent.co.uk’s news-’n-views are drawing more readers for longer visits than any other UK national newsp… Read more »
Here’s a turn-up for the books – the BBC is already the number-five giver of readers to UK commercial newspaper websites.
The BBC News site… Read more »
The internet is already taking more advertising money than national newspapers, regional newspapers and magazines in the UK.
Now it will ov… Read more »
The Times’ and Sunday Times’ share of UK newspaper web visits nearly halved from 4.37 percent to 2.67 percent in the month since it introduc… Read more »
Unique browsers to the five national newspaper websites and groups which file monthly ABCe figures hit a record 131.8 million in May.
That’… Read more »
Over a third of visitors to the leading World Cup-related sites in the U.S. are going to Yahoo’s site, according to Hitwise, which monitors… Read more »
Looks like sales of the iPad — which were already going at a blistering pace — are speeding up. Apple says it has now sold three million i… Read more »
So how do online advertising sales compare in different countries around the world?
The Internet Advertising Bureau gave us these unseen st… Read more »
The iPad remains hot with advertisers two months after its release, with ad requests across the Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) device up 160 percent in… Read more »
By James Robinson: UK newspapers have suffered the most dramatic circulation declines of any country outside America since 2007, according t… Read more »
PriceWaterHouseCoopers’ annual tome on the outlook for the global media and entertainment industry includes a forecast for the future break-… Read more »
Last week, audience measurement firm Quantcast cleared a major hurdle when the Media Ratings Council approved the company’s free Quantified… Read more »
There’s basically zero popular support for several already unlikely initiatives the FTC is looking into in order to support the “reinvention… Read more »
Two reports out today suggest big shifts in how people are interacting with online video content:
– eMarketer says that while online video… Read more »
Social networks are now taking a greater share of UK internet visits than search engines, according to these May figures from Hitwise, which… Read more »
Despite several big investments in online companies (Notably Yelp and UStream) venture capital backing of internet and software firms was fl… Read more »
Morgan Stanley internet analyst Mary Meeker raced through a stream of stats, mostly about mobile, during her presentation at the Conversatio… Read more »
We found out today how a company regains its composure after infuriating Apple’s Steve Jobs: Concede as quickly as possible.
That’s what F… Read more »
Nevermind that big shake-up this week at its mobile unit, which has now been put under the direct auspices of CEO Steve Ballmer. Microsoft (… Read more »
That’s the word from CFO Tim Morse, who said at the company’s investor day that Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) now expects annual 7 to 10 percent revenu… Read more »
Huffington Post President and Chief Revenue Officer Greg Coleman says that he’s on target to reach his goal of doubling the news aggregator’… Read more »
Google (NSDQ: GOOG), which has faced criticism from publishers that its AdSense program is not transparent enough, has finally provided a br… Read more »
Is anyone making money from all these apps? That’s the big question that Alex Ahlund, the former CEO of AppVee and AndroidApps, which was re… Read more »
Sirius XM (NSDQ: SIRI) CEO Mel Karmazin said last month in pre-announcing the company’s quarterly results that Sirius XM’s subscription stat… Read more »
A new data point about the state of YouTube, which has a fondness for using anniversaries to release them. On the eve of its fifth birthday,… Read more »
Another report showing that the online ad market is back to setting records in the U.S.: the Interactive Advertising Bureau and Pricewaterho… Read more »
As the latest outburst of angst about Facebook’s privacy settings rages on, the social net is also burning up the display ad serving ranking… Read more »
Yahoo’s search share was up over the last month, but analysts, who have been badgering Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) executives for months about the co… Read more »
A look at the latest ad server market share figures from content monitor Attributor would appear to show some bad news for Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO… Read more »
Hoping to benefit from the continued growth of the online video industry, Nielsen is beefing up its online video analytics services with the… Read more »
Today’s Thinkbox Q1 report showing increasing TV viewing must be paused over for two reasons (first, results are skewed by changes in the da… Read more »
By John Plunkett: The BBC’s threatened digital radio station 6 Music has enjoyed a big audience increase with a 50 percent rise in online li… Read more »
With nearly a month to go before News International raises its first paywall in June, both Times Online and Sun Online have stopped publishi… Read more »
Investments in European information technology companies dipped to a year low between January and March, according to DowJones VentureSource… Read more »
Global recorded music sales shrank by 7.2 percent, from $18.3 billion to $17 billion, through 2009 – meaning the industry has scored fewer s… Read more »
Ground Truth has raised $7 million in a second round of financing after coming out of stealth mode in January.
The Seattle-based company co… Read more »
It’s become a cliche at this point, but new stats show 2009 moved at least closer to becoming the fabled year when mobile advertising takes… Read more »
If everyone in the UK were on Facebook, Nick Clegg could win the greatest share of votes next week.
Since the first televised election deba… Read more »
UK recorded music sales bounced back to slight growth for the first time in six years through 2009, all without Digital Economy Act-type mea… Read more »