Wednesday, December 22, 2004
  • Washington Post Snags Online Mag Slate

    The Washington Post Co.'s Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive on Tuesday said it bought the online magazine Slate. The eight-year-old publication owned by Microsoft Corp. managed to turn a nominal profit last year, but isn't part of the bigger picture for the company's MSN Internet network, which is focused on developing mass audiences for online content. ...Read the whole story

  • Report: Visits To Charity Sites Down This Year

    Charity and humanitarian sites are not receiving much love this holiday season, according to new data from traffic monitor Hitwise. ...Read the whole story

  • DoubleClick: Holiday Shoppers Shift Budgets Online

    While most holiday shoppers plan to spend about the same amount this season as last year, the Internet continues to gain on traditional holiday shopping channels such as retail stores and catalogs, DoubleClick reported yesterday. According to the report--part of the DoubleClick Holiday 2004 Shopping Report series--45 percent of online shoppers said they plan to spend more online this year than last year, while 25 percent said they plan to spend less online. ...Read the whole story

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