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  • Why Can't Apple and Android Users Just All Get Along?
    A report from the social personality site MyType concluded that "iPad Owners are an elite bunch." Thank God they don't make their living doing market research. The report then ...
  • Hiring Freelance Copy Editor
    We're looking for a qualified freelance copy editor and proofreader for our two print mags at MediaPost, OMMA and MEDIA. Industry experience and knowledge of InDesign major bonuses. Time commitment ...
  • The Need For Speed
    As a great man once said, life moves pretty fast. And it's just getting faster. It seems like only yesterday we were talking about how e-book sales had surpassed the ...
  • Heavy Handed: Apple Takes the Gloves Off And Rivals Hit Back
    You knew this was coming. After Steve Jobs' dressing down of RIM, HTC, and Samsung model phones in his address to the nation Friday, the other manufacturers have responded to ...
  • Across The Mobile Plains
    As we had mentioned yesterday, if you are reading this, chances are you are not a typical mobile user (though you are not exactly burning up the switchboard with ...
  • Take The iAd Challenge
    If you are an iPad or iPhone user, we'd like you, dear reader, to take the iAd Challenge. Now that the heralded units for all the i-devices have launched, tell ...
  • 'Gourmet' Mag To Live Again (Well, Sort Of)
    The powers that be at Condé Nast, making good on their promise to resurrect Gourmet magazine digitally, have made good on reviving the logo at least, announcing they will launch ...
  • The Day The Icing Died, And Why Diageo And W+K Had To Kill It
    If, over the past month or so, a friend has sauntered up to you and posited the line, "Ready to get iced, bro?" don't worry. He is neither a hockey ...
  • Spanish Lessons: Univision Vs. ESPN.com Live Online
    Even here in a country where more people know the name of 47-year-old pitcher Jaimie Moyer than they do Diego Maradona (the legendary soccer great (and legendarily insane) Argentina coach ...
  • AOL Confirms Sale of Bebo To Criterion Capitol
    AOL Thursday acknowledged it has sold Bebo to Criterion Capital Partners. Rumors of the sale swirled Wednesday, especially after a Wall Street Journal reporter posted news of the sale to ...
  • Gawker's Faces In The Crowd: Denton Not About To Turn His Brands Over To Content Farms
    Joe Mandese asked Gawker's Nick Denton if he saw any content farming in his future, but Denton doesn't seem likely to don overalls anytime soon. "The crowd is a great ...
  • Nick Denton Will Do Anything -- Legal -- For A Story
    When asked about the recent controversy over Gawker Media's Gizmodo's paying for a stolen Apple iPhone G4 prototype, Gawker Publisher Niock Denton had a simple answer for Joe Mandese: "We ...
  • The Real Art of the Online Ad
    "We kicked out the ad networks about four years ago, which is the best thing we ever did," says Nick Denton of Gawker, while explaining the Gawker Artists program ...
  • Denton: Inventory glut does not devalue ads
    Sure there's a lot of inventory on online but saying that it means online ads have no value is along the lines of saying because there are so many trees ...
  • Appropriation of Churchill
    Television will continue to grow and dominate, Brian Wieser, EVP, MAGNAGlobal said in a presentation at OMMA Publish this morning. And he underscored his point with a slide of Winston ...
  • Turning Pennies Into Dimes: 'Ten-X Growth'
    Commenting on President of Digital at Time, Inc. Kirk McDonald's tie, Wenda Harris Millard, President & COO, Medialink, asked if it was just his tie or a symptom of the ...
  • The $90 Million Question
    Things are off and running at this mornings opening discussion at OMMA Publish. Peter Kafka, Senior Editor, All Things Digital is on stage talking with James Pitaro, VP and Head ...
  • Hearst To Acquire iCrossing
    Hearst, Thursday morning, announced it had come to terms with iCrossing on an agreement for the publisher to acquire the independent digital marketing agency and search specialist. Hearst had been ...
  • Facebook Privacy Press Conference Live On Google Wave
    In an interesting experiment Read Write Web is liveblogging the Facebook privacy press conference using Google Wave. RWW might risk mixing its metaphors so the speak, but has the ...
  • Christ On A Cracker, It's NBA Teams On Toast
    First it was Jesus. Then the Runaway Bride. Now something bigger than either of them may appear on toast: Lebron James. Yes, the wizards at the NBA (the front office ...
  • Onion Article Has No Idea How Very True It Is
    An article in this week's edition of the Onion (which as we all know is America's finest news source) under the headline "New Social Networking Site Changing ...
  • Zynga and Facebook Formalize Match Made In Social Heaven
    The announcement by Zynga and Facebook Tuesday morning that the companies are entering a five-year strategic "relationship" (as they put it) makes perfect sense. The two go together like peanut ...
  • Where'd 'Gourmet's ad dollars and readers go?
    The New York Times asked around, looking for Gourmet's ad rev and readership and found both had largely vaporized. Bon Apetit, which Gourmet readers received to complete their subscriptions, ...
  • The Dude Does Not Abide Apple Shutting Down LaLa
    With the May 31 deadline looming, a LaLa member who calls himself "The Big Lebowski" (About me: I went out and achieved anyway...) has taken it upon himself ...
  • Culture Clash
    Apple likes control. While nearly universally agreed upon, this is an understatement. Like saying Mussolini had a thing for trains. Its approach is seemingly in direct opposition to Google's open ...
  • Privacy Problems Are Inevitable
    "What can we do so that we don't get regulated into oblivion in three years when it costs 10 bucks to mount a camera on a screen and everyone does ...
  • All Eyes On On Eyes On
    "TV measurement is broken in America," says Tony Jarvis, by way of introducing a point about looking for standardized measurement in DOOH. "The issue isn't 'Do we follow television or ...
  • Something For Nothing
    Earned media is hugely unpredictable. But it's become an increasingly large part of the media mix. Usually it's, 'I put this in and get and get this out,'" James Davies, ...
  • The Big Pie
    If the most effective thing to buy is a Super Bowl spot, you buy that, John Leeman, SVP Group Director Communications Planning, Carat pointed out during the startegic planning panel. ...
  • Apple Did, In Fact, Buy LaLa Just To Kill It
    Nothing good ever lasts. It's a long-held truism that, though cliche, continually bears itself out. Then there is that whole free lunch thing. Regardless, when Apple acquired LaLa, a cloud-based ...