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The Online Publishers Association today named Larry Kramer, CEO of CBS, as its new chairman. Kramer succeeds Christopher Sch… Read more »

(Conference call at 11 AM EST today…interesting to listen to, in light of Thom Calandra’s resignation last week)’s Q4 2003… Read more »

loading external resource has launched a premium political diary, in wake of the 2004 elections: Political Diary, edited by Holman W. Jenkins Jr. a… Read more » has increased its online subscribers to 686,000 at Q3 end, up 3.3 percent over year-ago period. This puts to a stop the slide in the… Read more » has appointed Zach Leonard, the former COO of on its board…MKTW is 1/3rd owned by Pearson, parent of FT, and has hi… Read more »

It had to spill online, one way or the other. has started advertising its Media/Marketing vertical on industry sites like E&P and IW… Read more »

OK, has closed the e-mail hack, where people could tweak the URL a bit and access the stories…too much abuse, apparently. Read more »

In an effort to dig deeper into the syndication market, MarketWatch has bought out the financial information syndication provider Pinnacor (… Read more »

Q2 Results for Dow Jones Electronic Publishing, which includes, among others: Revenues were $80.0 million, up 1.8 percent from the p… Read more » has begun offering stock quotes and snippets of its news stories to users of AOL Instant Messenger, in an attempt to attract new sub… Read more »

As expected,, along with newswires France’s AFX News and China’s Xinhua Financial Networks, has formed “World Business News”… Read more » has reached the 675,000 subscribers mark, according to the Q1 results of parent Dow Jones, released today. That is a 5.5 percent inc… Read more »

In an attempt to push its print subscribers online, has launched “Afternoon Report”– an add-on that updates with fresh news twice… Read more »

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