Online Media Daily Europe Editions for October 2012
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012
Google Debuts New Nexus Tablets, Smartphone
MediaCom Steers Goodyear, Dunlop Euro Business
Kobe Bryant Sinks Big Trading Card Sponsorship With Panini
BBC Trust Upholds Gripe Over News Tweet
France, Italy, Germany Get On Google's Case
Newspaper Shares Up On Merger Talks
BBC IPlayer Arrives At Sky+
Glasgow's Herald Raises Daily Paper Price
Why Express And Star Went Web Responsive
Toronto Star Preps Paywall For 2013
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012
London Mayor Urges Guardian Print Be Saved
Telefonica Mulls Latin American Split
UK Publishers Discuss Pooling Local Assets
Smartphones Increasingly Lead To Internet
UK Official Urges: Lie To Facebook
Nordic Publisher Invests In Ebook Service
FT Digital Subscriptions 'Growing Strongly'
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Oct. 29, 2012
'Future' Shaking Up Established Mag Models
Business Of Online Dating: We Just Clicked
Amazon, Apple Are Publishing Powerhouses
UK Cops Hammered By Online Disputes Pilots Blippar In 'Fabulous'
Youth Want Diversion, Material Gain From Social
GMR Marketing Opens Moscow Office
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Oct. 26, 2012
Holding Cos. Slow, Europe 'Difficult'
Yelp To Buy Qype, Revs Up 19%
Zynga Posts Q3 Loss, Bets On Real-Money Gaming
WPP's Four Shades Of Grey: Bevy Weighs Heavy On Ad Economy
N.Y. Times Backs Thompson Despite Scandal
UK Youth More Often Use Mobile For Web
Competition In Germany Hurt KPN's Q3
Future Hires Ex-Centaur Publisher For Digital
UK Newspaper Circ: What Goes Up ...
UK Public Prosecutor Cautions Against Retweets
What's With Guardian's Newspaper, Digital Strategy?
European Business Elites Embrace Social Media
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012
Dutch Orchestra To Create Symphony Via Twitter
Yelp Gives Qype 5 Stars, Buys It
UK City To Put Wi-Fi, Broadband Everywhere
Asia Trounces Europe, US In Social Media Use
Italian Publishers' Ad Firm Gets Shot In Arm
Trinity Mirror Sites Launch Daily Liveblogs
Homeless Sell Codes For Digital Charity Magazine
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012
BBC News Develops Mobile Experience
Jamie Magazine Prepares Digital Extras
BPI Seeks To Block Sites Before Christmas
Citypress To Promote 'Big Issue' Digital Trial
Teletext's Ceefax Parties Like It's 1974
Pinterest Piques 70% Of Shoppers' Interest
Russia's Yandex Vs. Google In Emerging Markets
Newsquest's Streatham Guardian Drops Print
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012
PSV Eindhoven: 'Take My Manager...Please'
Pheed: Monetise Your Social Media Content
French Music Streamer Takes On World, Not U.S.
Travel Website Reach Low In Italy, Germany
Top 50 UK Publications On Facebook Listed
Who Owns A Smartphone? 1 Billion Globally
Online Language Teacher Busuu Moving To London
Amazon Pays 3%, Charges 20% VAT On EBook Sales
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Oct. 22, 2012
Wall Street Journal Intros Korean Site
Business Managers Prefer Telegraph
At BBC Worldwide: Smith Out, Davie In
Facebook Exec Quits For London's Tech City
Twitter Erases Anti-Semitic Tweets In France
Niiiws App Provides 'Best Of National Press'
CNN Launches Content Trend Site
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Oct. 19, 2012
BBC Renews Ogilvy, DuPont-Branded Show 'Horizons'
Global Ad Dollars Up: TV Leads, Internet Rises
Twitter Blocks Nazi Tweets In Germany
Newsweek To Stop The Presses
Pirate Bay Takes To The Cloud
Guardian Opens Doors To Beta Site
Ebooks Going Global, Thinking Mobile
Google 'May Ban' French Media From Search
Murdoch Walks Back Twitter Claim -- Again
London In Rearview, Marketers Preparing For Brazil
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012
BBC Renews Ogilvy, DuPont-Branded Show 'Horizons'
Guardian: 'We Won't End Print Edition'
CSC Media Is Out With BuzMusik
Social Could Help Police, Lower Crime Replaces Main Digital Brands
28% Of UK 9 And 10 Year Olds Use Social
Newscred Buys Online's Daylife
Ex-FHM Editor To Sun: Drop Page 3
Why Sweden Lags On Mobile
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