Rupert Murdoch is clearly looking to tablets as a post-print, post-web model for salvation. But, if the new News Of The World iPad edition i… Read more »
2010 was the year the music industry got its way, when the graduated-response method of dissuading piracy was adopted by parliament.
But no… Read more »
Following Lori Cunningham’s exit earlier this year, regional publisher Johnston Press is advertising a new digital content head post.
Johns… Read more »
French content, advertising and payments firm Hi-Media says: “Given the tremendous opportunities offered by the e-payment market dynamism, (… Read more »
It seems publishers are increasingly keen to start learning more about their audiences.
Hearst’s UK arm NatMag is adding a research and ins… Read more »
The UK radio industry’s Rajar group has released another set of stats it says shows growing consumption of its programming via online platfo… Read more »
In the ongoing online property listings competition, Zoopla says it needs to raise more money to put toward marketing itself. Read more »
TV and radio still command most media users’ attention, with the spoils shared between day and night, according to this Ofcom Communications… Read more »
French authorities have finally got some kind of ruling against Google (NSDQ: GOOG) – but it turns out to be rather toothless.
The competit… Read more »
– Mousebreaker: IPC is expanding the role of Nuts.co.uk’s online editor Keith Walker (pictured) to include the casual games site it bought… Read more »
The BBC Trust has ratified the Putting Quality First strategy submitted by the BBC executive in March, with two particular new details… Read more »
Freeview should be used as an initial “transitional platform” to carry local TV services in a handful of areas, until they can flourish all… Read more »
File under “not surprising”. In the case of an online music retailer that had tried claiming it owned copyright to Beatles songs because it… Read more »
A round-up of startup funding from across the European continent…
Performance marketing technology provider Performance Horizon Group (PH… Read more »
Here’s the iTunes Store UK top songs chart, 10 hours after X Factor winner Matt Cardle’s single went on sale through the store at midnight..… Read more »
As the mar-comms majors continue buying up digital and emerging-markets agencies, Maurice Levy’s Publicis says it’s acquiring Digital Distri… Read more »
As magazine publishers unfold the tablet opportunity, Future is going large, but not yet going long.
It’s unveiled 14 new titles for iPad,… Read more »
The Public Relations Consultants Association is appealing the ruling made in November by a High Court judge, who said PRs should pay newspap… Read more »
Arqiva’s TV catch-up website SeeSaw continues its curious pitch for paying customers.
The site last recently started charging viewers £2.9… Read more »
Germany’s Xing is making another acquisition, as it continues competing with LinkedIn in the professional networking space.
It’s buying onl… Read more »
Why let the apparent lack of a business model stand in the way of Jeremy Hunt’s vision for a first ever UK local TV ecosystem? An Oliver & O… Read more »
– TeePee Games: The discovery service for social, mobile and casual games is naming former Sega, HMV (LSE: HMV) and O2 exec Darren Newnham… Read more »
Nothing like a hard dose of reality, administered by data. On Wednesday morning, media advisory Oliver & Ohlbaum bombarded guests at a brief… Read more »
The pay-TV market is nearing a subscriptions plateau – but YouView doesn’t yet look like stealing current operators’ customers.
An Oliver &… Read more »
It seems YouView’s first-phase technology build is drawing to a close, even if precious few people have seen anything other than mock-ups.… Read more »
Having watched the rise of Britain’s Mail Online over the last year, tongues are wagging that, in 2011, it could overtake The New York Times… Read more »
The Sunday Times’ iPad edition is due to debut this coming Sunday – price: free to print-and-digital annual Times subscribers, free to £2-a… Read more »
CitySocialising, a website that aims to connect urbanites for making new friends, is taking a first-round venture funding – £1 million led… Read more »
[ooyala=JiNDB2MTqTatvG5yYmMfZFfhpm9GqIMD] UK country manager Jon Mitchell tells the AOP… “The crucial thing for businesses heading in to a world they’re not particularly familiar with, like News Corp (NSDQ: NWS) heading to paywalls: you’ve got to be flexible. “There’s obviously lots of comment externally on these businesses, […] Read more »
Spotify and Virgin Media (NSDQ: VMED) are in talks to carry the music service to the cable company’s customers, paidContent:UK understands. Read more »
Eight of France’s leading newspapers publishers and Orange have teamed to form a consortium aiming to jointly monetise electronic platforms… Read more »
Deloitte’s biannual survey of UK technology companies shows heightened optimism for mergers and acquisitions in the year ahead, with cloud s… Read more »
– PA Sport: The sports news wire and data service is hiring former Archant and Sportsbusiness International commercial director Andy Rice (… Read more »
KPMG surveyed a total 4,312 UK consumers from YouGov’s panel in September, for its Media and Entertainment Barometer (release).
Here are th… Read more »
Last month, Reuters (NYSE: TRI) reported that UK-based sports webcaster Perform Group was considering a public flotation. Yesterday, The Sun… Read more »
All media bar newspapers and magazines are now on a global advertising growth up-curve toward 2013, when the internet will nearly match the… Read more »
The cheesy Brit drama is already a TV hit with kids and sci-fi geeks around the world. Now Doctor Who looks set to boost BBC Worldwide’s dig… Read more »
For the first time in the internet’s history, the hottest thing online today is local. Through daily coupon deals, place reviews and locatio… Read more »
Just as 80s movies are being paid homage in flash new remakes, so some publishers are looking to invoke the origins of copyright as their to… Read more »
The BBC’s plans to internationalise its iPlayer catch-up service are now going all-out, with news its television director Jana Bennett is mo… Read more »