Stories for Oct. 3, 2003

Leading Internet stocks rose to fresh 52-week highs Friday, as some bet that next week’s earnings, which will kick off with Yahoo on Wednesd… Read more »

This goes slightly counter to the trend, but FT.com has expanded its relationship with Yahoo Finance…it will provide more stories, mainly… Read more »

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Almost seven months ago, on a typically cold and harrowing day in New York, I met Jeff (Pulver) and his most efficient partner-in-arms Dan for a cup of coffee at Dean & Deluca near New York University. It was mere minutes away from Red Herring (version […] Read more »

WirelessWeek: “‘It’s spectrum, spectrum, spectrum’ for the commission’s agenda in the coming months, [FCC Chairman Powell] said.” [Werblog] Read more »

(large PDF file: 2.9 MB, 110 pages): Wanna BOD? Here’s a term I have just coined: blogging over dose…
Anyway, Nieman Foundation has publis… Read more »

Movielink’s Tyler Goldman: Movielink faces pressures not only from content piracy, but also from the fact that it’s not an early “window” in… Read more »

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Bob Pittman, the former AOL exec. has launched his own media investment firm called the Pilot Group. The firm is seeking to buy or invest in… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 2, 2003

A rather naive article, but some interesting quotes.
Ned Desmond, Time Inc Interactive: “When you Read more »

Yahoo has settled a copyright infringement suit with EMI Group relating to its Internet radio service, Launchcast… Yahoo will make a one-t… Read more »

Fifteen games developed by Microsoft Game Studios are now available online for a fee from Yahoo…players signing up for unlimited monthly o… Read more »

A case study on Daily Candy: “How does a new, unknown email newsletter with no financial backing compete with the New York Times, New York m… Read more »

Italian mobile operator Telecom Italia Mobile will launch video news on mobile phones, making use of the GPRS (2.5G) network.
According to… Read more »

Terra Lycos’s Quote.com has relaunched with a pared down, Google-like design…will it catch on as a trend among financial sites? Read more »

You decide…whatever it is, this is the 20th company I have heard promising “delivering full-motion, full-screen, television quality video… Read more »

MarketingWonk, the trade blog on online marketing, has introduced a monthly PDF compendium of its posts, which it is selling for $99 a year… Read more »

Eli Noam, perhaps the most erudite of technology professors/commentators, has a slightly different twist on transmitting VOD over IP: “For e… Read more »

Hugo Drayton, managing director of Hollinger Telegraph New Media, and the chairman of British Internet Publishers’ Alliance: [Talking about… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 1, 2003

The market for downloadable games is poised to take off, with revenue from purchases of downloadable games projected to jump from $52.7 mill… Read more »

Mercora, a startup headed by former McAfee CEO Srivats Sampath, is to launch a music service next month. But the newcomer is hoping to spur… Read more »

(via PicturePhoning): This is bound to create some controversies: NeoMedia, a technology company involved in authentication/barcoding soluti… Read more »

Don Green, the man behind the Petaluma Telecom Valley and such famous companies as Advanced Fiber Communications is caught in a fracas over a Sheraton Hotel, currently under development in Petaluma. Green is part of an investment group which backed a hotel project spearheaded by Kirk […] Read more »

For some reason Time Inc always get drawn to the Pathfinder black hole…or maybe it is that we just love bringing up the sore points on any… Read more »

Enterasys Networks was down 30% today following its pre-announcement last night. Market has driven this stock up over 330% in last 52 weeks because the company has been viewed as a “turn around story” so this 30% drop is still fairly small. Company cited weakness in […] Read more »

Level 3′s CEO, James Crowe, at Goldman Sachs conference in his typical style said that he wants to go shopping. bq. We want companies that offer largely the same services and are in largely the same geographic area so we can take advantage of some synergies. […] Read more »

Mark Glaser interviews Al-Jazeera english site’s new managing editor, Ahmed al-Sheikh. On revenues: “I think we are generating some revenue… Read more »

AOL plans to tap the underserved Hispanic audience in the U.S. with a new service, to attract new customers and help stave off a decline in… Read more »

(sub. req.) Or so thinks Jimmy Guterman. Interestingly, “it also means that MP3 is dead as a commercial distribution format for the major la… Read more »

Ryan Naraine expands on Windows XP Media Center and Roxio: Napster 2.0 will be integrated into the new version, and this will be a huge boos… Read more »

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