Online Media Daily Issues for November 2004

Online Media Daily - Monday, Nov. 15, 2004
Dow Jones Acquires MarketWatch, Deal Consolidates Online Financial News Market
Yahoo! Hires WSJ.com Founder
IAB: Web Advertising Tops $2.4 Billion In Third Quarter
Ingenio Inks Pay-Per-Call Deal With Mobile Directory Provider
I/Pro To Offer Incentives For Audits
AOL Makes New Play For $52 Billion Online Travel Industry
Online Media Daily - Friday, Nov. 12, 2004
AOL Names New SVP
New Hire At Digital Edge
IndustryBrains Partners With Entrepreneur Media
Google Reclaims Bragging Rights To Largest Index, Others Say Bigger Not Better
eBay Acquires Dutch Classifieds Publisher
Contextual Ad Company Pools Its Advertisers
Media Monitor Signs Two New Clients
Online Media Daily - Thursday, Nov. 11, 2004
Kirshenbaum's Ashworth Promoted To GM
DoubleClick's Rich Media Ads Remain Stagnant
CoolSavings Names New Execs
Tacoda Hires Privacy Officer
Clarification
Microsoft Takes On Google, Yahoo!, With New Search Engine
Viral And Buzz Marketing Association Sets Objectives
Jupiter Report: Online Travel Market To Hit $91 Billion
Proteus Ringtone Features Telemundo Soccer Pundit
JWT's Schembri Named Media, Discovery Networks' VP For Media
Google Introduces New Program For AdWords Buyers
New Service Keeps Track Of Blogger Blather
Kotex To Break New Online Campaign
Online Media Daily - Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004
MSN To Launch Search Engine
PointRoll Adds Former Eyeblaster Manager
24/7 Signs Herald Interactive
Kanoodle And Six Apart To Provide Sponsored Links For TypePad Bloggers
Dogpile Revamps Crawling Technology
Corrections
WhenU Drops ActiveX Pop-Ups
Report: Search Engines Do Poor Job Of Disclosing Pay-For-Play
Oneupweb: Half Of Top Advertiser Web Sites Don't Fully Optimize
comScore Predicts $15 Billion In E-Commerce For Holidays
Online Media Daily - Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004
ValueClick Expands Into Germany
Twelve Horses Publishes SMS White Paper
Pheedo Launches RSS Ad Server With Paid Listings By Kanoodle
Optimost Develops New Product
Accipiter Posts Strong Q3
MSN/AmEx Debut Online Music Hub
Is Honesty Always the Best Policy Online? Marketers Disagree
comScore Unveils New Targeting Platform
Large Search Engines More Popular Now Than Last Year
Online Media Daily - Monday, Nov. 8, 2004
ContextWeb Names Bill Wise To Board Of Directors
24/7 Qualifies Behavioral Segments
IMPAQT Markets More Flexible Business Model
Crystal Semantics Launches Sense Engine
Internet Local Market Executives: 'Newspaper Publishers Aren't Being Smart'
Adobe And Nokia To Sponsor Free Trial Of WSJ.com
Keyword Prices On The Upswing In October
Online Media Daily - Friday, Nov. 5, 2004
Toyota Gives Away Song Created For Ad
Ad Leaders 'Insinuate' Online Into Mix, Would Remain Insulated From Adware, Spyware
MSN To Stream Six Minutes Of New Movie
Airlines Using E-Mail For Discount Alerts
SBC And BellSouth Jointly Acquire YellowPages.com
TrafficLeader Launches Ad Management Program for Local SME Aggregators
aQuantive Beats Wall Street, But Issues Weak Q4 Forecast
CitySearch to Place Ads on Topix.net
Online Media Daily - Thursday, Nov. 4, 2004
Online Travel Agency Posts Increase
Correction
Kelsey Group: Small Businesses Not Yet Advertising Online
Are ''We The People'' Bloggers or Just Readers?
Report: Consumers Shop Online, Buy Offline
eMarketer: Online Holiday Spending To Soar This Year
Online Media Daily - Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2004
CIGNA To Renew With Dow Jones
AOL To Address Layoff Reports Today
Correction
Online Political Spending Disappoints
Study: Retailers' Search Engines Drive Online Purchases
Yahoo! Taps Former ABC Exec
Online Media Daily - Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004
Web Surfers Become Marketing Consultants For Crest
Digitas Appoints Exec VPs
Tribune Re-Signs Tacoda
Mediaedge:cia Partners With Down Under InGame Advertising To Measure In-Game Ads
Report: Online Holiday Sales To Increase 19 Percent Over Last Year
Enpocket Concludes Text Message Campaign For Snapple
FindWhat.com Q3 Revenue Soars To 58.3 Million
DoubleClick Seeks Suitor
OPA: Users Spending More Time At Entertainment And News Sites
Report: Consumers Won't Stand For Wireless Spam