Thursday, April 27, 2006
  • Mag Execs Tout Online Video

    Online video offers magazine publishers significant opportunities to profit from the digital revolution, senior media execs said at a forum hosted by the Magazine Publishers of America Wednesday in New York. ...Read the whole story

  • AT&T, Yahoo Bolster Broadband Service

    Yahoo and AT&T announced an expansion of their relationship Wednesday, giving subscribers to their co-branded high-speed Internet service a beefed-up version of Yahoo's instant messenger with voice. ...Read the whole story

  • Google Plugs Firefox on Home Page

    The Google main search page, long off-limits for display ads, Wednesday hosted an ad for the Firefox browser, marking the first time ever that the search giant has promoted a non-Google product or service on its home page. ...Read the whole story

  • IDG, Best Buy Forge Syndication Deal

    Gaming magazine and Web site publisher IDG Entertainment and retailer Best Buy Electronics have entered into a distribution deal that involves syndicating content from GamePro to Best Buy's Web site. ...Read the whole story

  • Report: Microsoft To Acquire In-Game Ad Network

    Microsoft, which has established its presence in the gaming market with the Xbox and Xbox 360 gaming platforms, is now reportedly in the market for in-game advertising as well. The company repportedly has agreed to buy in-game ad firm Massive Incorporated. ...Read the whole story

  • North Face Launches Online Magazine

    Outdoor gear retailer The North Face and custom publishing company Pace Communications today are expected to launch a new online magazine for outdoor enthusiasts. ...Read the whole story