Stories for Apr. 16, 2003

The article originally appeared in Salon magazine on April 16, 2003. Red Herring is gone, and so is the boom it chronicled. But the magazine’s optimism wasn’t misplaced — it was right on target. On Feb. 28, Red Herring magazine, a flag-bearer for all things Silicon Valley, breathed […] Read more »

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Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has denied that his company made a bid for Vivendi Universal’s Universal Music Group. “Apple has never made any offe… Read more »

O2, the UK wireless operator, will begin trialling its video download and video messaging services next month among 350 select users, with a… Read more »

Movielink, the digital movie subscription service, has added as another distribution vehicle for its downloadable movies servi… Read more »

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Melissa Hourigan Account Manager InterActive PR:: From a PR person’s point of view, Red Herring coverage was always the dream of every client we have ever had (we deal with start-ups for the most part). I remember my first day in tech pr, I was given […] Read more », one of the biggest online wildlife resource sites, has launched its first subscription effort: an “Online Sibley Guide to Birds… Read more »

From :: Red Herring is gone, and so is the boom it chronicled. But the magazine’s optimism wasn’t misplaced — it was right on target. Read the complete article. When at Red Herring I used to enjoy writing a “dealflop” every now and then. As […] Read more »

Well, this had to happen sooner than later…the peak of blogging. On the occasion of 50th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest, mul… Read more »

Stories for Apr. 15, 2003

Content interface companies (content-on-desktop, as Anne Holland puts it) like InfoGate, Serence and others are becoming more common, but wi… Read more »

An interesting story on how all the investments made by online news sites in the Iraq conflict may not necessarily translate well for the bo… Read more »

IGN Entertainment has bought VE3D, a popular site on gaming news from its former owners BA Ventures. Read more »

According to a new survey, an online gamer just as likely to be a well-paid professional – male or female – aged in their 40s, and not just… Read more »

Some analysts are voted as best in their field for their knowledge of the industry, some get points based on their quality of service and ot… Read more »

America Online has announced a licensing agreement with On2 Technologies that will let AOL deliver On2-encoded digital video to a wide range… Read more »

Whether it’s to view real-time Webcasts or to run their own fantasy team, fans are flocking to the Net — and paying — to get their fix Read more »

Stories for Apr. 14, 2003

This is the story in Barron’s which has singlehandedly dragged the Internet stocks down on the market today, especially eBay, and… Read more »

“Revenues for NYTD grew 21.4 percent in the first quarter to $19.6 million from $16.2 million in the 2002 first quarter and operating profit… Read more »

TV still calls the shots – For those suffering from CDS Ìü¦ cricket deprivation syndrome Ìü¦ since March 23, there is good and bad news. The good news is that the next World Cup is only 48 months away and will be losing some of its […] Read more »

Yahoo plans to launch a raft of premium services for Europe…among these include the US Yahoo! Platinum service for the European market. It… Read more »

Ynet will put a Hebrew encyclopedia online – a pioneering project for an Israeli Internet site. The encyclopedia will have some 10,000 const… Read more »

A detailed story on how bidding for Vivendi’s Universal Music Group has fallen flat, including considering Apple’s bold bid. “Talks in recen… Read more »

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