Online Media Daily Europe Issues for September 2012
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Sept. 28, 2012
Glamour To Publish On IPad, Kindle In 2013
Future's E-ditions Take In 5 Million Euros
Kate Burns, Ex-CEO Of AOL Europe, Opens Firm
Advertisers Hot On Heels Of Online Canadians
UK Trails Estonia, Philippines In Internet Freedom
Independent Taps Broughton For Digital Editing Role
Google TV, Partners Launch In France
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012
Finances Bring U-turn In Murdoch's Google War
UK Firm Offers Social Media Insurance
Guardian, Cardiff U. Offer Digital Journalism MA
Mike Baxter To Keynote A4U Expo London
Most 5-Year-Old Brits Are Online, McAfee Says
Last Of The Analogue TV Channels Turned Off
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012
Most Brits Active In Social Media; Facebook Reigns
Archant Scraps Print Editions For Digital-only
Age UK Launching 'Wireless' Online, On DAB
Waitrose Prepares Online Food Video Hub
Digital-only Planet Rock Radio Station For Sale
Ciao, HuffPo! Launches Italian Edition With La Reppublica
Independent.co.uk Up 20% Globally
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012
Facebook Photo Recognition Tool 'De-faced'
British Photo Mag Rakes In IPad Subscribers
Apple Pips YouTube, Aston Martin As 'Coolest Brand'
EU, Publishers In E-book Pricing Deal
UK Journalists Increasingly Rely On Social Media
Virgin Media, Peerindex In Social Media Offer
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Sept. 24, 2012
All In The Family: Murdoch's Son May Run Fox TV
Counter-Terrorism Group Considering Social Media Surveillance
Facebook Suspends Facial Recognition In Europe
Santander Bank Launches New Campaign
Maynards Candy Launches Stunt Campaign
Broadcaster To Cease Some Russian Radio Programming
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Sept. 21, 2012
OMMA Mobile Finds New Context in London
Swiss Kids Tops For Mobile Surfing
Group Bails On European Online Poker Operations
German Court Debates Freedom Of Speech
Sun Exec Tries To Boost Morale
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012
French Police Raid 'Closer' Magazine Offices
European Business Leaders Get Tech Savvy
Sun Journalists, Policeman Held
Social Media Provides Brands Forum
Ukraine Warned Against Passing Defamation Bill
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012
Somo's Sleight: Mobile Is Bigger Than Just M-Commerce
French Court Blocks Nude Royal Photos
European Food Companies Connect With Young Adults
Belarus Authorities Detain Foreign Media
Entwistle Launches Radical BBC Shakeup
Callas To Managing Director, Maxxcom Global
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012
Jobs Could Be Axed At Irish Paper Due To Nude Duchess Photos
No Hockey A Windfall For Networks
UK Museum Restores First Known Color Film
Finnish Social Media Firm Moving To U.S.
French Media Want GoogleTo pay To Link Content
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Sept. 17, 2012
Tank Bows Interactive Pop-up For Fashion Week
Kindle, Plug-in Media To Produce Online Games
Deutsche Telekom, Bertelsmann In Content Factory
Europe's Just About Out Of Internet Addresses
Wikipedia Makeover Recognizes Female Pioneers
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