Results for October 2007
  • Media M&A Slowing In Wake Of Credit Crunch
    The mortgage crisis and resulting credit crunch haven't impacted valuations yet, but ...
  • Hyperfactory To Launch New Entertainment Unit
    Mobile marketing company The Hyperfactory has landed a strategic investment from Rich ...
  • On-Again, Off-Again GOP YouTube Debate Back On
    It looks like the Republican YouTube debate is back on. CNN, YouTube ...
  • Vitrue Gets $10 Mil To Build Tech, Sales Ops
    Vitrue, which creates sponsored video sites for advertisers, has raised $10 million ...
  • Media Buyers Welcome More Open Yahoo
    Media buyers welcomed Yahoo's step last week to open up its home ...
  • Publicis Raises Curtain On Honeyshed
    Publicis Groupe, Droga5 and Digitas quietly raised the curtain Thursday on Honeyshed, ...
  • Compete Rates Candidates By Their Visitor Profiles
    How do you know exactly where presidential candidates stand on the political ...
  • Mobile Video Audience Grew To 8 Million: MMetrics
    The U.S. mobile video audience has grown by more than one-third this ...
  • AOL Follows The Mobile Trail
    Aiming to keep pace with wireless inroads made by Yahoo and Google, ...
  • CareerBuilder's Monk-e-Mail Goes Mobile
    CareerBuilder is extending its popular Monk-e-Mail campaign to mobile phones. The send-to-mobile ...
  • Smells Like Desperation
    Print may be dead but scratch 'n' sniff lives on, thanks to ...
  • iVillage Live, Take Two
    NBC Universal's launch of "iVillage Live" marked one of the most far-reaching ...
  • Yahoo Pact Still a Work in Progress
    Last November, Yahoo and a group of 176 newspapers nationwide announced a ...
  • Too Little, Too Late?
    Wireless operators may wind up on the sidelines when it comes to ...
  • What Would Robert De Niro Say?
    A strike last month by New York City taxi drivers protesting installation ...
  • What's in a Name?
    Not everyone finds "hulu," the playful name NBC Universal and News Corp. ...
  • A Hot Market Gets New Players
    Former Fox Interactive Media president Ross Levinsohn and former AOL chief executive ...
  • Video Ad Startups Snag VC $$$
    The funding continues to flow into online video ad startups. Video ad ...
  • Tech Title Terminated
    Underscoring the tough times for magazine publishing, business and technology publication Business ...
  • It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over
    When Tony Ponturo recently told OMMA conference-goers that Anheuser-Busch planned to maintain ...
  • A Marvel-ous Makeover for PointRoll
    Move over, Fantastic Four. The misfit PointRoll "boys" have been transformed into ...
  • A Boost for Baseball
    MLB.com has been notoriously protective when it comes to its content, focusing ...
  • Building Blogs' Mass Appeal
    For countless bloggers laboring in obscurity, capturing and growing an audience is ...
  • Web Interfaces That Work
    With Web 2.0 sites awash in video clips, widgets, rich media and ...
  • Doing Business in a Ghost Town
    Last fall, Madison Avenue joined the corporate ranks rushing to Second Life ...
  • Sony Gets in the Game
    Advertising in video games is no longer a novelty. The emerging category ...
  • Video Still Stalled
    Mobile video is on less than 2 percent of cell phones, but ...
  • Executive Exits
    Third Screen Media founder and CEO Tom Burgess isn't sticking around to ...
  • Beyond Banners
    You don't have to be any kind of anthropologist to figure out ...
  • Local Listings Go Live
    YouTube isn't the only site to add video advertising recently. Yellow Book ...