• , Mar 25, 2005, 2:00 PM
  • Clear Channel Overhauls Its Net StrategyReuters, March 24, 2005 "Video Killed the Radio Star," or so goes The Buggles song that launched MTV in 1981 and a new era in music history. On Monday, radio conglomerate Clear Channel Communications Inc. plans to transform video into the next radio star. Read the whole story...
  • It's Not Graffiti, It's GrafediaWired News, March 25, 2005 What if the internet extended beyond computers and high-speed connections, with web pages expanding down city streets and onto the sides of buildings? This is the vision behind an interactive new media project called grafedia, which enables folks to make the world their canvas by publicly posting e-mail addresses or keywords that, when punched into certain mobile phones or an e-mail account, retrieve corresponding images. Read the whole story...
  • AOL, MSN, Univision Launch Marketing Campaign for Hispanic ConsumersInternet Retailer, March 24, 2004 Focusing on the growing online presence of Hispanic consumers, AOL, MSN, Yahoo, Univision.com and other members of the Interactive Advertising Bureau's Hispanic Committee are launching a marketing campaign designed to convince online marketers that the Internet is an important means to reach a growing Hispanic market. Read the whole story...
  • Rapper's New Single Features Ringtone Innovation Reuters, March 24, 2005 The new CD single "Baby" from rapper Fabolous allows UK consumers to choose which part of the song they want to use as a mobile phone ringtone, a feature that Warner Music said on Thursday was a first for the industry. Read the whole story...
  • A Lot of Spam for Spamalot FansCorante, March 24, 2005 From SC Magazine: "Fans of hit Broadway musical Spamalot could end up getting lots of spam after a security glitch exposed names and email addresses of 31,000 visitors to the show's website." We're told that the glitch has since been fixed by New York web designer Mark Stevenson, who helped to build the site. Read the whole story...