Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • New York Post Revamps Web Site

    The New York Post today is unveiling an overhauled Web site that encompasses columnist blogs, interactive sports features, and a new dating service, among other changes. The revamped version of Page Six online will take direct aim at Gawker Stalker by adding a "Celebrity Sightings" page that invites visitors to post locations where they've spotted celebrities around the city. ...Read the whole story

  • Yahoo Buys Online Video-Editing Company

    Online portal Yahoo has acquired Jumpcut, a San Francisco video-sharing start-up that offers consumers the ability to not only upload clips, but also to edit them online. ...Read the whole story

  • MSN To Stream Live Concerts

    Network Live, the company that produced Live 8, has discontinued its relationships with AOL and signed a new distribution deal with MSN to produce live concerts for Webcast. Network Live also has rebranded under the new name Control Room. ...Read the whole story

  • Search Execs: MSN Must Grow Market Share

    MSN's paid search platform offers marketers appealing targeting capabilities, but still needs to significantly grow its traffic. That was the consensus of search marketing executives Wednesday who met with MSN's director of search strategy, David Jakubowski, for a roundtable discussion in New York. ...Read the whole story

  • Execs: Marketers Should Tap Online Communities

    The Web can offer unprecedented insights into how consumers view brands, but marketers still need to learn how to tap into online communities to take advantage of this information, a panel of executives said this week at the OMMA conference in New York. ...Read the whole story