Online Media Daily Europe Editions for April 2013
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Thatcher Critics Angry Over BBC's Ding Dong Snip
Analytics Boost: O2's Steadman To Join Twitter
Graphs Show How Tablets Change News Consumption
Publisher Expands Burda Style To North America
BuzzFeed Gives Behind-Scene Look At Operations
EU, Google In Accord On Searches; Labeling Is Key
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, April 15, 2013
Ewan McGregor Rides With Moto Guzzi
UK Tweets Most; Users Migrate To Tablets, Phones
Survey: Almost All Content Behind Paywalls In 3 Years
Google Intros Map Maker Tools To UK Users
Sky Go Goof Leaves Mad Men Fans Angry
Streetmap Files Against Google In High Court
Exeter Daily Website Model Moves Into Plymouth
Magazine Publishers Find Success In Online Video
Quividi Powers Amscreen in Europe
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, April 12, 2013
Ad Spend Forecast Down Even More
1 In 4 UK Citizens To Shop Online By 2025
Der Spiegel Sacks Editors Over Paywall Brouhaha
'Draw Something' App To Become Channel 4 Gameshow
Mobile Subscriptions Hit 6.3 Million Worldwide
UK Content On Demand Market Nearly Saturated
Celebrity Study Discloses Many Fake Twitter Accounts
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, April 11, 2013
Smartphones, Tablets Push Mobile Ad Spend Up 148%
Paris Brown Twitter Scandal Highlights Privacy Laws
Amscreen, Quividi Team For Out-of-Home Insights
Mobile Devices Drive Demand For Hyperlocal News
Monocle Editor Eschews IPads, Social Media
IPC Media CEO Retiring After 36 Years
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Private Messaging A Celeb On Facebook? Pay Up
Tirades Force Telegraph To Close Thatcher Comments
Start-up To Help Sites Deliver Locally Relevant News
AOP Forecasts 15% Rise in Digital Revenue Growth
Finnish Site Offers News In Latin; Details At VI
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Tablets Up Rates Of TV Multitasking
ITV News First To Tweet News Of Thatcher Death
Is Thatcher Dead Yet? Site Gets Tweeted Threats
Wikipedia Accuses French Intelligence Of Censorship
Charles Davis Is Blurb's Managing Director For Europe
A First: UK Paid Search CPCs Rise Past U.S.
FA Cup Debuts Digital Platforms For Chinese Fans
Blokely Setting Up 9 Regional Bureaux
The Global World of Mobile Commerce
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, April 8, 2013
Telegraph Drops 'New Columnist' MacKenzie
Economist Plans Chrome Web App Launch
BBC Won't Comment On Non-Paying Viewers
UK To Preserve Digital History, Some Tweets Included
EU Regulator Approves Penguin, Random House Merger
Sky Email Switch Lets Open Email Floodgates
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, April 5, 2013
Film, TV Streamer Vdio Launches In UK, U.S.
Shortlist Media Preps Fashion Website
Rovio, Brightcove Launch Angry Birds Video Channel
Telegraph Invests In Online, Hiring Kevin MacKenzie
Absolute Radio Eyes More Targeted Branded Content
Game Of Thrones Illegal Downloads Breaks Record
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, April 4, 2013
Ads Play On Car's Attitude In Urban Jungle
FT Offers 'Live' Or 'Morning Edition' Web App
BBC Worldwide, Tesco In Clubcard TV Content Deal
Conde Nast Plans Fashion College In London
Smartclip, Samsung Agree On Global Ad Partnership
45% Of Rovio Revenues Now In Merchandise, Not Games
Google Privacy Policy Probe May Hurt Consumers
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, April 3, 2013
6 Nations Angry Over Google Privacy Inaction
See How Paywalls Have Progressed Since '07
Aegis Buys Chinese Digital Planning, Buying Unit
OpenDemocracy Raises Cash To Stay Open
Storify Now Offers Publishers Paid-for Option
104-Year-Old Gardner Tweets Horticultural Tips
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