Online Media Daily Europe Issues for November 2012

Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Nov. 30, 2012
Facebook Policy Changes Concern Irish Watchdog
Guardian, LBi Bow Live-Music Map
Leveson Proposals May Hike Fines For Data Disclosure
Ex-NBC Universal Chief Is New CNN Worldwide Head
Leveson Overlooks Social Media, Blogs
Irish Broadcaster Gives Reporters IPhone Bags
#Leveson FAQ: How It Will Affect Your Business
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
Google Warns Germans Against Threat
Tetrus Telecoms Fined For Text Spamming
London Mayor To Google: 'You Have PR Problem'
Julian Assange Attacks U.S. Pols Via Video
Hugh Grant Twitters Up In Advance Of Leveson
Censored Content Finds Online Home
Multi-Mobile Ownership On The Rise
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Top Gear Magazine Puts Fans In Aston Martin
Guardian, BBC Duke It Out In New York
Any Regulation Should Include Digital Media
Samsung UK Takes Over Digital Gateway
Say Media Opening Second Aussie Office
Shoppers Use Mobile Even Inside Stores
BBC Sacks 2 In Social Media 'Misuse'
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012
U.K. Marketers Rocket Digital Ad Budgets
Guardian Debuts Faster, Responsive Site
Why Liveblogs Are Best At Getting Views
Times, Sunday Times Roll Out Times+ Talks
Digital Media Cover Greece's Financial Crisis
Global Ad Spend Expected To Go Down
Virgin Media To Charge For Wi-Fi On London's Tube
ITN Is Out With 'Citizen Journalism' Channel
Mail.ru Plays Hard Ball With Google On Search
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Nov. 26, 2012
Telegraph Traffic Topped Out In October
Cyber Monday To Pass 100 Million In UK
McAlpine Going After 20 'High-Profile' Tweeters
Report: Twitter Use Could Spur Sales
BT Testing 10 Gigabit Broadband
Mail Online To Plough Cash Into Video
Future Hits $1 Million A Month Mark
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012
Discovery Exports Series To Europe, Worldwide
LoveFilm, DHX Media Ink Content Deal
Wonga Caught Abusing Social Medium
Ikea Catalogue Gets Interactive Makeover
Reporter Tweets Application To Ban Press
Subscription Or Piecemeal Fee? Depends On Where
Jaguar Teases XFR-S
Parents Fear Kids' Web History
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012
J&J Launching Media-Buying Review, Currently Spending $1B
Discovery Exports Series To Europe, Worldwide
Sally Bercow Stops Tweeting
30% Of UK Consumers Share Shopping Experiences
MP Demands Apology For Abusive Tweets
Live Blogging Is Hugely Popular
Nokia Releases Its 'Here' Maps App
Russian Gets Opera Love As ITunes Waits
Lekiosk Sure To Get All Major UK Publishers
Brands Back Vevo In Europe
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012
Cyber Monday Sales To Hit $2B
Socialbakers Adds Funding, Builds Out Social Analytics
Study: Readers Like Links To Related Articles
Ofcom Blasts Channel 5's Facebook Voting Move
More Britons Leaving Digital Wills
Mobile Network Lets Users Donate 10%
Aegis Media Bolsters IProspect
Ex-Broadcast Editor Takes On Emap Titles
Russian Ads Sexy Or Sexist
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Nov. 19, 2012
Mondelez Taps Aegis Media For Western European Biz
TomTom Makes Map Data Available To Developers
BBC Launches Earth Unplugged On YouTube
Magazines Have Better ROI Than Web, TV
'Capacity Crunch' Coming; Do Adjust Your Set
Millennials Optimistic Despite Economic Woes
Facebook Bans Icelandic Woman For 30 Days
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Nov. 16, 2012
BMW i Tour Hits N.Y. With Futuristic Cars
Havas Health Launches Havas Lynx, New Digital Focus
Martini Launches International Effort
Flipboard Adds Books To Content, Expands Media Reach
Survey Probes The 'CEO-Marketer Divide'
Smart TV Sales Hit Key Milestone
Weekly Goes From Print To Online-only
FX To Be Rebranded As Fox For 2013
Vevo To Invade Mainland Europe
Big Brands Pour Cash Into Spotify
Ex-BBC COO Takes Role At Digital UK
Jagermeister Breaks From Party Perception