Friday, August 25, 2006
  • Yahoo Ends Bangs 'Adventures'

    Yahoo is canceling "Richard Bangs Adventures" only a year after launching the video travelogue as one of its first original shows. A Yahoo spokesman said that the program, featuring veteran explorer and travel author Bangs, had failed to build "a large and loyal audience" because of the roughly month-long gaps between new installments. ...Read the whole story

  • AOL Video Adds Movie Downloads

    Hoping to boost its new video portal, AOL Thursday started selling downloads of full-length movies from four studios--20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group. ...Read the whole story

  • Online Consultants Turn Down Lieberman

    Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman is searching for a firm to manage his campaign's Web site for the upcoming election--and coming up short. So far, two Democratic online marketing consultants have turned down the campaign because they don't want to cross party lines. ...Read the whole story

  • Online Leads B-to-B Revenue Growth

    Ad revenue for business-to-business publications grew 1 percent during the fiscal year ending in June, the Business Information Network said Thursday. During this period, print ads were flat, while online advertising posted 20 percent growth. ...Read the whole story

  • Online Ad Spending Predicted To Soar 35% Internationally

    Online ad spending will climb to $11.6 billion internationally this year, marking a growth rate of 35 percent, predicted Merrill Lynch in a new report Thursday. Previously, the brokerage house had forecast 33 percent growth for the year. ...Read the whole story

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