Friday, June 22, 2007
  • NBC, Scripps & Universal Studios Discuss Online Spending

    Representatives from The NBC Agency, Scripps and Universal Studios opened up about their digital advertising investments at 360i's "Search in the Media Ecosystem" Summit. ...Read the whole story

  • Web Radio Declares 'National Day of Silence'

    Yahoo, MTV Online, Live365, Rhapsody, Accuradio, Pandora and thousands of other Internet radio sites will go silent this coming Tuesday, June 26, according to an announcement late yesterday afternoon by the SaveNetRadio coalition. ...Read the whole story

  • CEA: Computers Becoming Main Audio Devices

    With Internet-sourced music on the rise, the Consumer Electronics Association, which has traditionally served the manufacturers and retailers of such products as TV sets, CD players and DVD players, released a study showing that early three quarters of U.S. online adults now listen to audio on home computers. ...Read the whole story

  • Aegis, WPP Dominate Digital Agency Ranks, Account For Half The Industry

    With a team of 1,400 people worldwide, London-based Aegis Group--and its Isobar network--is the ad industry's biggest interactive media services organization, according to estimates released Thursday by Paris-based agency billings researcher RECMA. Based on data published in RECMA's first-ever digital agency report, Aegis accounts for 28% of all the digital media personnel across the six holding companies surveyed. ...Read the whole story

  • Crispin Porter & O&M's Dove Video Highlight Cannes Cyber Winners

    Miami's Crispin Porter & Bogusky garnered Interactive Agency of the Year kudos at the 54th Annual Interactive Advertising Festival in Cannes, while Ogilvy & Mather's time-lapse "ordinary girl to model" Dove video picked up one of three top Cyber Lions Grand Prix honors. ...Read the whole story

  • Nintendo Moves Look Suspiciously Like A Media Company

    Nintendo is adding a social networking avatar-driven Mii channel to its existing Wii channels that offer news, weather reports and photo sharing. But analysts say it's all about enhancing the company's games business, not any indicator of ambitions to become a media company. ...Read the whole story

Taking a Crap in Web 2.0

Hillary's recent online video effort sets a dangerous precedent for politicos (and others) who may think that this peculiar kind of "social media" is a cool way to show the electorate just how au courant they ...More

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