Stories for Apr. 4, 2003

Online game publisher WildTangent has announced new agreements with FOXSports, FX Networks and Pepsi International to deliver online games t… Read more »

Nando Times, one of the pioneering news websites, will cease to exist within about 90 days, said Christian A. Hendricks, VP of Interactive M… Read more »

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MSN is Europe’s biggest portal, and it is widening its lead, according to this story. Advertising on MSN’s 17 sites across these regions has… Read more »

Yahoo Japan has inked a deal with Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers, that will allow it to distribute music o… Read more »

The Digital Media Association and the Recording Industry Association of America agreed to a proposal for royalty fees that Internet radio se… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 3, 2003

Computer services company EDS is muscling in on the burgeoning market for digital asset management with a suite of new consulting services f… Read more »

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(via MarketingFix): Canadian media company CanWest Global Communications plans to roll out electronic versions of its newspapers with embedd… Read more »

Venture capitalist Greg Blonder says there are hard-headed business reasons that support the notion of giving away music. Read more »

In a significant move for online movie delivery, Twentieth Century Fox Film will begin licensing feature and library films to Internet film… Read more »

I have been in San Francisco for past four days and I am surprised by the vitrol and hatred people have for the war and President Bush in California. Cruising down the El Camino or just walking on Market Street, the anti-war protesters are every where. […] Read more »

Microsoft is now supporting RSS format, without screwing with it. Dave Winer, one of the co-founders of the format, writes: “A true mileston… Read more »

A Microsoft ad on Slashdot? What has this world come to? Rob? Grant?
Of course, you may not see it on the site now as it threads through a n… Read more »

(free registration required): A provocative story by Douglas Rushkoff on how users can make sure that wireless media does not become another… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 2, 2003

Wine Market Report, a wine industry trade publication, has made its archives of articles, reports and industry data available online through… Read more »

SportsLine.com said 5,454,428 shares of its common stock were issued to CBS Broadcasting, a unit of Viacom. The stock was issued pursuant to… Read more »

How to set up a round-the-clock news site on a shoestring, bring in $3,500 a day, and still have time to lounge on the beach. Read more »

Shazam Entertainment, the real time song identification service, has won the best startup title in the Revolution magazine’s 2003 awards. Us… Read more »

Acacia Research says it owns five U.S. and 17 international patents covering the transmission and receipt of digital audio and digital video… Read more »

“Online parlor games may be consistent money makers in their own right, but MMP games are the cash cows of tomorrow’s online game world and… Read more »

MSNBC.com has added the Financial Times to its roster of content distribution partners, in an arrangement designed to expand its news report… Read more »

Bloomberg.com, one of the biggest financial news and information websites and part of Bloomberg media, has relaunched with a new design. Loo… Read more »

A Q&A with Dave Fester, general manager of Microsoft’s Windows Digital Media. According to him, his company’s Windows Media technology balan… Read more »

Shared broadband access has driven demand for home networking so far–but this year, sharing entertainment will be the big lure, according t… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 1, 2003

When PayPal filed for its successful IPO last year, it listed a slew of competitors in the online payment arena. But those rivals, including… Read more »

AOL and Infinity, the radio station holding company, will team up in a unique cross-marketing campaign to share and broadcast each other’s c… Read more »

Part two of speech by Kurt Hanson on the future of online radio. Thispart shows how Internet radio’s consumer benefits are keeping the mediu… Read more »

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