Online Media Daily Europe Issues for March 2013
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, March 29, 2013
Daily Mail Says No Paywall, Thank You Very Much
Louis Vuitton Video Sparks Outrage
ITV2's Telly Worth Talking About Gets Sponsor
Twitter App Makes It Hard To Complain About Work
Al Jazeera Denies 20 Jobs At Risk In UK Newsroom
Paywalls Could Be Turning Point For Print Media
Global Study: Most Turn On TV For Breaking News
Is The Web Ready To Implode?
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, March 28, 2013
Global Media Shift: Online Tops Offline Usage
Bloggers Would Be Exempt From Press Regulation
Dowds Leaves Trinity Mirror Digital Media Role
Microsoft, The Cloud Offer Free WiFi At Rail Stations
Tweet May Cost Comedian Alan Davies Dearly
Sun To Follow Telegraph With Metered Paywall Move
N.Y. Mayor Advised Murdoch To Quit Tweeting
Respect MP Urges Sanctions Against Twitter
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Google Pressures Sweden Over 'Ungoogleable'
Summly Founder Hopes To Make Yahoo Great Again
BBC's 'Expert Women Database' Seeks Diversification
Spotify Plans On-Demand Music PLUS Video Service
Telegraph To Erect Paywall In UK
UK Web Users Register Billion Video Hits Per Month
Most Tablet Owners Online While Watching TV
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Twitter Ignores Court Request For Hate Speech IDs
Yahoo Buys Brit Teen's IPhone App Summly
Trinity Mirror To Launch Digital Data Journalism Unit
BBC's Peter Kay Sitcom To Debut On IPlayer
MailOnline Audience Up 22%; Hits 111 Million Uniques
UK Launch Of BuzzFeed Promises More Fun Fluff
Guardian Editor 'Unenthusiastic' On Press Reform
Europe Hits Gas To Beat Silicon Valley
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, March 25, 2013
Havas 2012 Revs Rise 8%, NY Office To Consolidate
ComScore: Digital Engagement On The Rise
Google Eyes Publishing Innovation Fund for UK
Australia's The Conversation To Launch In Britain
Marketing To Go Monthly; Drum Preps Own Redesign
Business Should Embrace Social Media In Workplace
Economist Latest To Protest Press Regulation
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, March 22, 2013
World Condemns UK Press Regulation Plans
'Syrian Electronic Army' Hacks BBC Weather's Twitter
How Toothbrushing.net Gets More Hits Than The Economist
Study Find Piracy Does Not Hurt Music Sales
Online Media Awards Get 7 New Categories
Independent Again Fastest-growing Online Paper
Trinity Mirror Prepares For PaperPay Launch
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, March 21, 2013
Standard Sorry For Posting Advance Budget Info
Real-Time With De Telegraaf's van der Meij
U.S. Firm Buys BBC Worldwide's Lonely Planet
TubeMogul Expands In France, Integrates With StickyXchange
Spotify Removes 5 Play-per-Song Cap
NRS Reports Combined Print/Online Figures
ITV News Stream Boasts Uniques Up 518%
Lewd Christmas Greeting Gets Amazon In Trouble
Yahoo Ogles Stake In Dailymotion
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The Dish Tightens Paywall As Sales Flat-line
Mobile Impacts Media Consumption Globally
Watchdog Criticises Google For 'Harmful Videos'
Pay-per-view Sky Sports Up On NOW TV
ASDA: Mobile Content More Important That Websites
Shrinking Johnston Press Revenue = 1,300 Jobs Lost
Blinkx, PMC Partnership Boosts Video Library
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The Dalstonist Launches In East London
Parties Agree On Press Regulation; Up To Queen
7thingsmedia Buys Stake In Fashion Traffic
Many See Child Porn But Don't Know What To Do
Musicians Buying Social Media Fans
Mobile Payments Launch in Europe; Consumers Wait On Sidelines
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, March 18, 2013
Speed Wins: Users Favor Apps Over Mobile
House Of Commons To Vote On Leveson Reforms
Vivendi Halts Sale Of Its Brazilian GVT
Cyber Crime Specialist Unit Created In UK
Scottish Regulation Proposal Sparks Licensing Fears
Reuters Editor Accused Of Aiding Anonymous
Clear Channel Revamps OOH Sites
Gervais Brings Back 'Office' Character Via YouTube
'Naive' Tweet Leads To Large Comic Relief Donation
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