Portal operator Mail.ru’s half-year profit has more than doubled to $85.5 million, underlining it as one of the most successful in the high-… Read more »
Nokia’s latest high-level departure is its long-time executive Tero Ojanperä.
But Ojanperä will remain connected with Nokia (NYSE: NOK),… Read more »
Two months after the deadline for compliance hit, it’s now clear The Financial Times and Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) can’t come to a compromise over… Read more »
Lovefilm appears ready to expand in to new countries – minus the DVDs.
The movie subscription service currently operates in the UK, Germany… Read more »
Chinese online video and TV operators are making strategic investments, as the market looks set to explode. Read more »
The new owner of the Netmums community plans to buy up more sites.
Axel Springer’s auFeminin women’s network bought the UK site earlier in… Read more »
Online sports broadcaster Perform Group swung to a loss in its first year on the stock market after it spent out on more sports rights and a… Read more »
Delivering the prestigious MacTaggart Lecture at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) executiv… Read more »
Russia’s leading search engine is making a foray in the nascent market segment of socially-organised news delivery, by buying The Tweeted Ti… Read more »
Russian portal Rambler and magazine publisher Afisha, which were last year merged by their owner, want to buy the technology news site Compu… Read more »
How should we assess Steve Jobs this weekend?
Bet you hadn’t figured on this characterisation… Read more »
Digital income at Scottish broadcaster STV is more than a half up from last year, thanks partly to increased adoption south of the border.… Read more »
Steve Jobs’ job swap appears to have been priced in to Apple’s stock.
The morning after the night before, Apple’s Thursday shares opened 2.… Read more »
France Telecom (NYSE: FTE) is reorganising its digital media division to be more closely aligned with its ad sales operations. Read more »
Herald & Times, run by Gannett’s Newsquest, will begin requiring metered payments for its HeraldScotland.com news site by year’s end. Read more »
The online audio-sharing market’s early darling, AudioBoo, is coming under increasing pressure from well-funded competitor SoundCloud. Read more »
Ashley Highfield will inherit a troubled Johnston Press when he becomes CEO on November 1.
The local news publisher’s big idea of adding ge… Read more »
Brightcove doesn’t expect to make a profit until the end of 2012, but is moving in to a huge new office and planning to buy new companies. I… Read more »
Some latest executive comings and goings from digital companies that begin with “M”… Read more »
MSN China and RenRen, the Facebook-like Chinese social network, have signed a wide-ranging strategic cooperation pact that will enhance the… Read more »
Corbis and the user-contributed photojournalism site Demotix are expanding the syndication deal they struck in March in to an investment.
T… Read more »
“Direct, digital and interactive have resumed their relatively stronger growth rate, when compared to traditional media,” according to the w… Read more »
The UK’s advertising regulator has handed a victory to Samsung in the smartphone wars, by ruling Motorola (NYSE: MMI) misled consumers about… Read more »
The TV industry is gathering in Edinburgh this week to revel in its awesomeness, and to front up to online services which want their content… Read more »
Sky Movies’ stranglehold on UK subscription on-demand rights for movies may not be broken by competition authorities until 2014, according t… Read more »
Grassroots members and European parliamentarians in the UK’s coalition Liberal Democrat party want it to repeal the controversial online pir… Read more »
Remember Plastic Logic, the Cambridge, England, e-reader maker whose long-awaited first-generation device never came to market and was final… Read more »
Sina’s Weibo microblogging service isn’t even available in English yet – but that hasn’t stopped it reaching 200 million users in two years,… Read more »
WSJ.com Europe’s online editor Neil McIntosh has been appointed deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal (NSDQ: NWS) across print and digita… Read more »
Members of the teen girl dress-up website Stardoll will find their online input going to create a range of books for a second time. Read more »
Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) is trying to drive awareness of Bing in Japan through Apple’s iPhone. This month, it launched TeleBing, a TV guide in… Read more »
A war between two of China’s leading web operators is playing out on the Nasdaq through two of its main video sites.
Tudou, which raised $1… Read more »
paidContent is looking for smart contributors to help us cover fast-growing digital-media markets in some other parts of the world. We want… Read more »
In its second disclosure to the Nasdaq since floating there in May, Chinese social network RenRen says that it swung to a Q2 net income of $… Read more »
The moment David Cameron uttered those troublesome words, “social media”, during Thursday’s emergency Commons debate on England’s riots, it… Read more »
Trinity Mirror’s national news wing is set to start charging for some content this autumn, to arrest falling digital revenue.
CEO Sly Baile… Read more »
The Chinese ecommerce site of whose owner Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) owns 40 percent is growing fast. Alibaba Group’s Alibaba.com Q2 profit beat ana… Read more »
The UK’s Home Secretary will meet media and social media companies regarding blocking access during emergency situations, in the wake of Eng… Read more »
AOL (NYSE: AOL) appears to be aiming to sweeten alarmed investors by repurchasing $250 million of its outstanding common stock.
The surpris… Read more »