Online Media Daily Europe Editions for May 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, May 15, 2014
Norway Says Apple Breaking Law With ICloud
Spongecell Hires Spangberg For Sweden Office
Mobiles Improve In-Person Retail Shopping
Chief Admits Cops Wrong To Address Blogger's Tweets
Ruling Will Add Costs, Sparks Free Speech Protest
Le Monde EIC Quits After Power Struggle With Staff
Cord-Cutters Use Much More Bandwidth Than Others
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Ex-Havas Exec Named To Head Carat Digital
Quartz Launches New Vertical Called Glass
Trooclick To Release 'Fact-Checking' App
EU Court Rules Against Google On Link Deletion
Reddit Redesign Draws Unwanted Attention
Telegraph Runs Multi-platform Effort For Brand USA
Guardian's Janine Gibson On Storytelling
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Mediasmart Expands To UK
Law Against Aggregation To Be Introduced In Spain
Startup Shows How To Build A Connected Pill Bottle
Sun Says Service 'Innovation' Spurred Paywall Success
Police Told Blogger To Delete Tweets, He Says
Up Against Sky, YouView To Double Number Of Staff
Twitter Fix Seen As Optimising For Abusers
Instagram Ads Working Pretty Well
Bearded Drag Queen Eurovision Winner Helps Smash Twitter Record
Adform Raises $5.5M
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, May 12, 2014
Is Murdoch Moving To Consolidate Sky?
Netflix Raises Subscription Rates For New Users
Guardian Comment Moderators See Pro-Russia Bent
'Look Up' Is Top Viral Video Of The Week
Future Unveils Granny Square A Week App
Half Say They're Incapable Of Online Brand Interaction
I Circulation Dips After Price Rise
Social Advertising Landscape Is Changing
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, May 9, 2014
BBC Increasing Visual Journalism, Social Media Forays
BBC Slammed Over 'Slick PR' Move
Global Cooperation Could Make Internet Safer
Guardian EIC Bemoans Paper's Pace On Video
More Than 1 In Three Don't See Adwords As Ads
Brooks' Alibi Would Make Her Seem 'An Idiot'
See Who Won British Media Awards
Tesco Could Be Onto Something
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, May 8, 2014
Digital Fact Checking Differs From Country To Country
Online Media Awards Tap Guardian, BBC, FT, Al Jazeera
Twitter Hashtag Focuses World On Kidnapped Girls
The People's Friend Launches New Website
Hacking Jury Told To Ask Who Polices Journalists
Think Outside The Box About Online Comments
Time Out World To Target Events At Users
VivaKi Promotes Bertozzi To EMEA President Of AOD
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, May 7, 2014
FT Provides Map To Digital Success
How A Blogger Taught Himself Journalism
Mills & Boon To Turn Romantic Fiction 'On Its Head'
La Nacion Offers Tips On Data Journalism
Scarlet Magazine Set To Become Digital Only
Guardian CDO Finds Women's Tech Roles 'Depressing'
'Orchestrated' Pro-Kremlin Comments On
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, May 6, 2014
DigitasLBi, BuzzFeed Join On Branded Content
Amazon Rolls Out #AmazonBasket Via Twitter
New Matilda A 'Victim Of Its Own Success'?
App-Tester UTest Buys Berlin's Testhub
Sunday Herald First Scottish Paper To Back Yes Vote
Taking Data 'From Idea To Story', A How-To
Virgin Atlantic to Test Beacons at Airport
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, May 5, 2014
Visitors To Spain, Portugal, Italy Get Vodafone's 4G
Over Half Of Young People Say They 'Love' YouTube
Clarkson In TwitPic Denial He Used Racist Words
IJF Panelists Discuss Alternatives To Pageviews
1 In 4 Access News On Mobile Via Facebook
Twitter Trialling Feature To Let Users Mute Others
Murdoch In Bid To Expand Digital Platform Globally
MediaCom Scoops 100m Euro eBay EMEA Account
Industry's Need For Digital Viewability
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, May 2, 2014
Tech City Wants UK To Lead In Digital Race
YouTube Payout Ruffles Feathers In Music Industry
Facebook Working To Be King Of Mobile Web
IJF Hears Of Worldwide Trends In Data Journalism
Filmmakers, Journalists Ought To Collaborate
New Culture Secretary Backs Press Freedom
PPA Announces Awards Finalists
Pilling On For Profit
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