Online Media Daily Europe Editions for December 2012
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Dec. 31, 2012
Forecast: Solid Growth For Global Ad Spend
Pearson Buys Stake In Barnes & Noble's Nook
Greenslade On Media's Landmark Year
BBC Shutters Travel Forum Over Queasiness
Ex-Times Editor William Rees-Mogg, 84
Wikipedia's Most-searched Articles Revealed Fails To Bid Russian Twitter Version
Test Your Knowledge Of 2012 British Journalism
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Dec. 28, 2012
Porn Producer Seeks To Widen Piracy Blitz
Newspapers Clamping Down On Free Digital Content
Disgraced BBC Presenter Had Access To Thatcher
Boxing Day Sales Attract 126 Million Website Visits
Sunday Times Sues Armstrong Over Libel Settlement
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012
New Petition Urges U.S. To Keep Piers Morgan 'Because UK Doesn't Want Him'
BBC Tops In Christmas Day Ratings Battle
Papers Go Global In Battle For Growth
Big data was big in 2012, it will be bigger in 2013
Property Advertising Battle Heats Up
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Dec. 24, 2012
bMobilized Raises Monies To Expand Features
Public 'Betrayed' By Media In 2012
Law Now Allows Digital Media Copying
Service Could Put An End To Mobile Spam
Amazon Brings Kindle Singles To The UK
The Outlook For Digital Journalism In Year Ahead
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 To Aggregate Stories From Social Feeds
Pirate Party UK Shuts Proxy Service After Threats
Video Behavioural Targeting Down In Q3
Mail Online Goes Over 7 Million Uniques Per Day
France's Deezer Out With Freemium Model
Daily Mail Says 'Block Online Porn' Effort Worked
LeapFrog, Nickelodeon In Content Deal
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012
Publicis Buys Mobile Agency Monterosa
Guardian Back On Top In Combined Readership
Metro Readies Christmas Tablet Edition
IPC Media Pushes Digital Editions
Newsnight Blog Post Threw BBC For A Loop
EU Gives Google Anti-Trust Deadline
Drunk Tweeters Probably Won't Be Prosecuted
Starbucks UK Campaign Is Social Media Flameout
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012
Londoners Get Free Wi-Fi Via The Cloud
Vice Media Buys Iconic Style Pub I-D
Plans For '.christmas' On Ice Until 2014
Swedes Riot Over Instagram Sex Insults
France Leads In IPTV But Is Losing Race
Guardian Preps Weekly Audio Edition Launch
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Dec. 17, 2012
Discovery Makes 2 Key European Deals
Guardian Regains Content Control From Facebook
Britons Prefer Web Shopping For Christmas
Absolute Radio To Link Football Fans To Show
Firms Can Be Too Social, New Poll Finds
Dailymotion Embarks On Kids Subscription Video
7 Bad Tweets Can Turn Consumers Off
Main Publishers To Create Leveson Regulator
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Dec. 14, 2012
UK On Top In Mobile Data Downloads
Belgium's Google Deal May Profit Publishers
Microsoft, Marie Claire In Windows Phone 8 Effort
1 Million Downloads For BBC IPlayer Radio App
Nine Inch Nails Founder Bows Music Service
Brits, Yanks Won't Sign; UN Telecoms Treaty Talks Off Struggles To Turn Profit For CBS
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012
How Ebooks Turn Content Into Cash
Leveson: Bloggers, Too, Must Follow Law
MSN Celebrity Debuts In UK, On Continent
Frances' Owni Crowdsourcing Funding Ideas
Denmark's Trustpilot Builds Etailer Rating Platform
Tweeting Benedict Gathers Million Followers
The Beeb Marks 15 Years Of BBC Online
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