• AOL Gets in the Game
    In a better-late-than-never move, AOL plans to officially launch its own video-sharing site, AOL Uncut, this summer.
  • The 411 on 411
    Circuits are overloading on new 411 services. Google recently launched a free voice-activated local business search 411 service, on the heels of Microsoft announcing plans to acquire voice-search platform provider Tellme Networks, reportedly for more than $800 million.
  • Mobile Metrics Get a Boost
    The Nielsen Company this month launches a new measurement service for wireless content - Mobile Vector - that will use data from its National People Meter TV sample to report on audience behavior and demographics by wireless carrier.
  • Fanboy No. 1
    Emo rockers Fall Out Boy hit the road this summer on the Honda Civic Tour.
  • The Tempo's Still Torrid
    Don't look now, but the watershed M&A activity that saw upwards of $11 billion in deal activity for the first half of 2007, may not be over yet.
  • In Sickness and In Health
    As consumers have adapted to advanced computer technologies, embracing new digital gadgets for work and play, more and more people are using online sources to educate themselves about health care topics, drugs and various ailments.
  • Creative Roundtable: See the U.S.A. in a Chevrolet
    Chevrolet has shifted its efforts to reach drivers online into high gear with the creation of Chevynation.com, a Web site hosting a mix of brand and user-generated video, image galleries and text and audio features, as well as links to MySpace pages, where users can communicate with other Chevy owners.
  • Dream of Being an Action Hero?
    Broadband service isn't always easy to illustrate or promote. Everyone knows that broadband means "always on" and faster than dial-up service, but laymen don't necessarily know what else makes broadband worth having. 
  • It's Not Just Another Channel Anymore
    In the not-too-distant past, clients had just a few expectations of agencies handling their digital marketing: build an easy-to-navigate Web site, create some catchy online ads and place the ads on relevant sites.
  • Building a Better Algorithm: B2Bs Promise Leads
    Among niche engines, those focused on the business-to-business market are particularly specialized, as they're highly targeted and cater to very specific industries. But they also have more to offer an advertiser than simply higher search placement. B2Bs function as robust portals, offering online and offline ads, branded e-mail marketing and event sponsorships.
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