Monday, July 25, 2005
  • AP Network Readies For Online Video Demand

    As video rapidly becomes compulsory for all online news publishers, the Associated Press late last week announced plans to launch an ad-supported online video network for U.S. newspaper, TV and radio Web sites. Expected by the fourth quarter, the network will be available through AP member Web sites, to help AP and its members keep up with streaming video's growing demand. ...Read the whole story

  • Massive Adds Sound, Motion To In-Game Ads

    In-game advertising company Massive Incorporated will today launch full-motion video and audio ads in its main distribution title, "Anarchy Online." The video ads will be inserted in billboards and TV screens throughout Rubi-Ka, the game's virtual world. ...Read the whole story

  • Analysts: Search Revenues Ebb In Summer

    Google's second-quarter earnings report last week, while overwhelmingly positive, came with a cautionary note: Chief Financial Officer George Reyes predicted in a conference call with analysts that seasonal factors would likely slow down growth this quarter. ...Read the whole story

  • Advocates Take Supreme Court Fight To Web

    The battle to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has yet to begin in the Senate, but advocacy groups started making online preparations as early as November of 2004 by purchasing domain names related to possible nominees. ...Read the whole story

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