Stories for May. 1, 2003

Guess which company is poised to dominate the online game market for children: Disney, with its Toontown gaming service. Read more »

Stories for Apr. 29, 2003

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Anne Holland does a quick case-study of SportingNews online. Some interetsing facts and figures: Online revs. have shifted dramatically fro… Read more »

“At the annual convention of the Newspaper Association of America, Gates said newspapers will deliver information and services like video me… Read more »

Chinese Internet media company NetEase.com reported a surge in profits in the first quarter on Tuesday but said its online gaming business s… Read more »

Comedy Central will license cartoon series South Park to games publisher IN-FUSIO, and will be made available this summer. The deal will lea… Read more »

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As expected, MarketWatch.com, along with newswires France’s AFX News and China’s Xinhua Financial Networks, has formed “World Business News”… Read more »

A milestone for the wireless content industry: South Korea has adopted Sun Microsystem’s Java platform for a new wireless Internet standard.… Read more »

“But what Jobs didn’t note is the debt he owes to those services and to the defunct music companies that came before them, which have spent… Read more »

Yahoo Platinum the multi-media subscription service in competition with RealNetworks’s RealOne, has added new content with video and audio c… Read more »

Gizmodo is pointing out a new Wi-Fi device, a wireless camera for keeping an eye on your Plasma screens and artworks while you are away from home. Of course it is a good way to keep an eye on the nanny as well and other help. […] Read more »

Stories for Apr. 28, 2003

Buried at the end of the long, long Fortune story I linked to below, a tantalizing possibility: “AOL has been trying to develop its own musi… Read more »

A fawning series of exclusive stories on Apple’s new music service, including an interview with Steve Jobs, a review of the iTunes music ser… Read more »

The incredibly-hyped Apple online music service has been launched today. The songs cost 99 cents each to download, with no subscription fee,… Read more »

Ed’s Note: “Tying it Up” is a new regular tidbit which will keep a watch on trends, collating news and analysis from not just online content… Read more »

An interview with singer Peter Gabriel on his digital music company OD2 and his belief in the ftire of music subscription services. “The mus… Read more »

“The key here is whether consumers will be forced to have a subscription, or can download tracks and pay as they go,” said Josh Bernoff, sen… Read more »

BBC reports that England is now going in for promising youngsters instead of trying to convince the hasbeens into staying on. It will be a good strategy – look how well India has done by going the youth route. Nick Knight has decided to quit the […] Read more »

Well this is something new – i was reading the Hindustan Times website and came across this little item which I thought was funny, given that there is such a huge demand for camera phones world wide. (Good Call Alan!) This is what the HT had […] Read more »

FT.com has signed up 53,000 subscribers in the first year it started charging, while the total number of users has risen to 3.5 million per… Read more »

Barron’s Eric Savitz is once again doing what he is best at – bursting bubbles. This time he has Wi-Fi in his cross hairs. I found the piece, well pretty much like any other article on WiFi except it has a more skeptical tone. Which is […] Read more »

As reported on this site in March, Slate has finally turned a corner. In the first quarter of this year, Slate took in more money than it sp… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 27, 2003

Leading media and tech companies, including Amazon.com, Microsoft and Walt Disney — have joined together to lobby the Federal Communication… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 26, 2003

IGN Entertainment (Nasdaq: IGNX expects to post a first-quarter net loss, which are formally being annouced on May 1. The company forecast a… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 25, 2003

A federal judge in Los Angeles has handed a stunning court victory to file-swapping services Streamcast Networks and Grokster, dismissing mu… Read more »

Perhaps the most interesting development in the radio industry for a long time: XM Satellite Radio has introduced a product to deliver their… Read more »

Yahoo Japan, part owned by Yahoo US and Softbank, has posted upbeat earnings for the year ended in March. Group net profit rose 106.1 percen… Read more »

Japanese mobile phone operators NTT DoCoMo and KDDI have both announced plans to trial services that will allow subscribers to make credit c… Read more »

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