Stories for Jun. 16, 2003

Former News Director Terry Heaton offers his perspective on why local broadcasters need to make a larger commitment to the Internet and how… Read more »

Upcoming Events

A story of using geolocation software used by sites like MLB.com, and the problem associated with it. “[T]he system is so much more restrict… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 15, 2003

America Online is expanding the promotion of its popular music and movies programming into retail stores. AOL is plugging its entertainment… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 14, 2003

So what would Google do with the money if it launches an IPO? The speculation continues: it may want to expand its Google News offering, by… Read more »

loading external resource
Stories for Jun. 13, 2003

An innovative experiment that could spawn other immitators: MLB.com is testing a new premium multimedia service hawking full-length classic… Read more »

(via PicturePhoning.com): The killer app: Samsung Electronics has built a TV reception function into its latest handset SCH-X820, for its do… Read more »

ROO Media, a provider of Internet video management solutions, and AP Digital has introduced the AP Digital ROO Online Video Portal, a turnke… Read more »

Thanks to CEO Inoue’s innovations, it’s now the country’s premier Net destination. And early broadband moves may help keep it that way. Read more »

AOL has announced a strategic content and marketing agreement that will enable it to roll-out a range of mobile premium services, provided b… Read more »

“Since record companies are desperate for new means of distribution, shouldn’t they be looking for access to the iPod rather than just iTune… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 12, 2003

Will Yao Ming fit into your cell phone screen? Yep, now he will…Sohu.com, a Chinese portal, will launch the official Yao Ming wireless ser… Read more »

Forbes.com :: Now, three years after the bubble burst, new telecom books generally offer a negative take, focusing on villains rather than on visionaries. A recent offering in this vein is Broadbandits: Inside the $750 Billion Telecom Heist (John Wiley & Sons, $24.95). Read more »

If you remember the wave of stories on Sony about a couple of months back (check our dedicated Sony page for more stories), this will sound… Read more »

Forbes.com has launched a desktop edition, called “Executive Connection”. Standalone news push tools from individual publishers are a hard-s… Read more »

AOL Time Warner is following the successful launch of Apple’s iTunes service by selling music downloads, it has confirmed….The new venture… Read more »

MusicNet is the latest to go with Microsoft’s Windows Media, following MSFT’s deals with AOL Time Warner and Amazon.
For more news on digita… Read more »

Vin Crosbie tackles the archives question: some basic questions publishers should ask if they are considering charging for archives. “Compar… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 11, 2003

RealNetworks wants to offer about $100 million of convertible subordinated notes to institutional buyers….speculation is rising that it co… Read more »

Yaga, the content commerce solutions provider, has partnered with Authorize.Net, one of the biggest payment solutions providers, to offer it… Read more »

I was on KGO TV San Francisco last night talking to David Louie about Oracle and People Soft. Today at 1.35 PST I am chatting live with the good folks over at WBIX-Business Radio in Boston about WorldCom, and of course, my book, Broadbandits. Read more »

Stories for Jun. 10, 2003

Rock group Radiohead have launched their own internet TV channel to coincide with the release of their sixth album, Hail To the Thief…Radi… Read more »

14,1104,1114,1124,1134,1144,172page 4,112 of 4,172

You're subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings