– Channel 4: The broadcaster is planning to roll out dedicated apps for its on-demand service on Android phones and connected TVs by the en… Read more »
Now is kill-or-cure time for troubled UK TV-VOD service SeeSaw, which has not received promised investment.
Platform controller John Keelin… Read more »
There aren’t many digital publishing executives who are prepared to publicly criticise their arch app giver. But that ice may be thawing..… Read more »
Regional newspaper publishers are blithely shovelling their expensive content to mobile channels with no hint of a business model, according… Read more »
As the connected TV wave begins to surge, operators are trying to capitalise on the opportunities it will bring to shore… Read more »
What do you get when you cross Groupon with a porn site? FriendFinder Networks is about to find out.
The Penthouse publisher and adult soci… Read more »
Brief news on several acquisitions from companies looking to expand in payment provision, Lat America, gaming and the daily deals space… Read more »
– IPC: The magazine publisher is promoting digital programme director Tara Hamilton-White (pictured) (reporting to digital director Neil Ro… Read more »
The TV-VOD rollercoaster that is SeeSaw is still waiting for an overdue promised investment to arrive. But it will likely need to cut costs… Read more »
The dispute over how much companies should pay for receiving links to web news articles through commercial media monitors was due to move to… Read more »
ITV’s Rugby World Cup strategy for mobile was tackled in to touch Friday morning when its dedicated mobile app failed to materialise and its… Read more »
When is red ink ever good ink? When you’re trying to succeed online, perhaps.
At Cardiff University’s Future Of Journalism conference, Colu… Read more »
Another one bites the bullet. eGaming Review, a B2B news site about the online betting industry, will charge for its free website from Septe… Read more »
What’s the number-one priority for UK publishers in the next 12 months? Tablets, according to their Association of Online Publishers’ (AOP)… Read more »
The Guardian finally introduced on Wednesday an edition for the most used mobile platform, in an indication publishers may finally be catchi… Read more »
Carol Bartz’s exit is the best thing to happen to Yahoo’s stock in a week.
Update: Yahoo’s stock closed at 13.61 on Wednesday afternoon, up… Read more »
In a world of OS fragmentation and OS version fragmentation, there is also now app store proliferation – especially in China. Read more »
Authorities in Seoul look like carrying out their own version of the antitrust inquiries currently being carried out by the European Commiss… Read more »
Sulake, the Finnish company which operates the Habbo Hotel teen virtual world, is swapping its CEO. Read more »
James Murdoch is now in public disagreement with two of his former top dogs, who each told parliament that he was aware that phone hacking w… Read more »
– Emap: Following David Gilbertson’s exit, BSkyB (NYSE: BSY) customer intelligence MD Duncan Painter is becoming Emap CEO, Guardian.co.uk r… Read more »
The Chinese online payments provider in which Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) holds an indirect interest is buying itself a greater slice of that growing… Read more »
Digital music seller and white-label store 7digital is finding growth in its new dual strategy of offering mobile apps and preloading them o… Read more »
From Ofcom’s Telecommunications Market Data Update Q1 2011: “The total number of UK mobile connections fell by 39,000 to 81.1 million in Q1… Read more »
It only seems like yesterday online games were investment targets themselves. Now Chinese online game operator Perfect World (NSDQ: PWRD) is… Read more »
– Condé Nast International is adding Malcolm Simms as its first chief technology officer, reporting to chairman Jonathan Newhouse and “lat… Read more »
Five years after launching it elsewhere, Sony (NYSE: SNE) is finally ready to open up its electronic book store in Europe.
Reader Store fir… Read more »
The world’s second largest maker of optical-media storage discs has approved a plan to raise $125 million in equity or bonds, as it tries to… Read more »
To news executives who argue it is destructive, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) has tended to highlight five things to the contrary – (1) its First Clic… Read more »
Sky News, which had said it would introduce charges when it launched its iPad app back in March, has confirmed the price at £4.99 per month… Read more »
George W. Bush’s younger brother Neil has just started microblogging – not on Twitter, nor in English, but on Sina (NSDQ: SINA) Weibo, in Ch… Read more »
UK tournament rightsholder ITV (LSE: ITV) will try to reach rugby fans at the office and on mobile because this year’s Rugby World Cup in Ne… Read more »
The coming connected TV explosion is about create a big distribution opportunity for content owners. But writing apps for the burgeoning num… Read more »
– FT Video: Financial Times’ head of video, Richard Edgar, has left to join ITV (LSE: ITV) News’ new business team, alongside new business… Read more »
Back in November, Channel 4 launched Film4oD, a web-based, on-demand adjunct to its Film4 linear channels that requires payment for movies.… Read more »
Is Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) about to buy itself a slice of the fast-growing Russian online content, advertising and networking space?
Sup, which… Read more »
Connected TV is about to explode. That means a big new over-the-top opportunity for content owners.
Now CNBC (NSDQ: CMCSA) is bringing its… Read more »
The Financial Times may yet go on making hundreds of thousands of dollars through its existing iOS apps, despite having removed them from iT… Read more »
Despite already having a strong portfolio of technology titles, magazine and website publisher Future is bringing a localised version of Gaw… Read more »
The world’s wealthiest soccer club will deploy RFID chips, augmented reality season tickets, online data toys, connected TV channels, Foursq… Read more »