Monday, July 24, 2006
  • Google Growth Spurs Misgivings

    KEYSTONE, COLO.--As Google's revenue, profits and share of the search market continue to surge, some industry observers are viewing the company with increasing wariness. "The balance of power on the Internet today is more skewed than I've ever seen it," said stock analyst Jordan Rohan during a keynote address on the second day of MediaPost's Search Insider Summit in Keystone, Colorado. ...Read the whole story

  • Models Star In Burger King Promotion

    Fast food chain Burger King has tapped Dennis Publishing's Maxim magazine for an online initiative aimed at drawing young males into Burger King restaurants. For the promotion, the companies have created a microsite, slated to go live today, that features video footage of three models from the "Hometown Hotties" section of Maxim's Web site, ...Read the whole story

  • Court Considers Google Click Fraud Settlement

    A federal judge in Arkansas is expected to begin a hearing today to determine whether to approve Google's offer to settle a click fraud class-action lawsuit by paying up to $30 million in attorneys' fees and $60 million in ad credits. ...Read the whole story

  • Gotuit Unveils Ad-Supported Video Site

    Digital media firm Gotuit today will launch an ad-supported broadband video on demand portal that features news, sports, music and entertainment clips. ...Read the whole story

  • YouTube Traffic Quadruples In First Half Of '06

    Video sharing site YouTube saw traffic surge 75 percent the week of July 9, when it posted video World Cup footage showing French captain Zinédine Zidane's head-butt attack against Italian defender Marco Materazzi, according to new data from Nielsen//NetRatings. ...Read the whole story

  • NBC Seeks Ratings Lift From Web

    NBC is turning to the Web as part of its effort to revive its flagging prime-time ratings, Kevin Reilly, president of NBC Entertainment, told TV critics at the semi-annual Television Critics Association meeting. ...Read the whole story

Basking In The Rocket's Red Glare

Apparently, the networks learned nothing from Bob Woodruff nearly getting killed in Iraq. No sooner had Hezbollah done something that they will certainly live to regret (words to live by: never piss off Ray Lewis, the ...More

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