Online Media Daily Europe Editions for June 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, June 30, 2014
Asia, Europe Better Positioned For 4K TV Than U.S.
Digital Media Resale Issue Going Back To Courts
California Tech Startups Racing Toward Dublin
Ex-NOTW Editor 'Sorry,' 'Ashamed' About Hacking
Content Said To Be Saviour Of Travel Marketing
Don't Panic's CD On Best Ways To Use Vine
Say Media Intros Accountable Content
Retailers Can't Keep Up With Mobile Use
Uber Partners with Retailer for Meeting Attendees
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, June 27, 2014
Germany Gives Verizon The Boot Over NSA Fears
28% Of UK Display Ads Are Programmatic
Internet Begins To Forget, At Least In Europe
New Statesman Data-Driven Sites Focus On '15 Election
Ch. 4 Launches Short-Form Content Hub On 4oD
SoundCloud Updates IPhone App For Mobile
Mindshare Wins Pan-European GBP12m Hertz Account
Qatar Airways Seeks Single Agency For European Media Consolidation
When Pay Disparity Is Good News
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, June 26, 2014
US Proposes To Give Europeans Some Privacy Rights
'Binders Of Prejudicial Tweets' Delivered To Judge
BBC To Report WWI 'Live' Via Modern Channels
Northern Rail Sorry For Erasing Reporters' Video Footage
McDonald's Uruguay Jumps Into World Cup Bite Fray
Twitter, Russia In Censorship Argument
Mindshare Wins Pan-European GBP12m Hertz Account
In-Store Mobile App Pinpoints Brands
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Upworthy's Engagement Measure Goes Beyond Click
Guardian To Launch First Glassware
Half Of Antisocial Behaviour Complaints Are Online
Blogs For Journalists, Photographers, Academics
Time Out to Take On Apps For Amazon Fire Phone
Essential Apps For Glastonbury 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Digital Health Competition Gears Up
As It Readies To Expand, Netflix Finds Friends, Foes
UKTV Launches First DTC Digital Service
Front Lines Of US-UK Tablet War
If New York Times Ended Daily Print Edition ...
Bauer Media Offers Students Content Experience
BBC's Doyle Calls For IPlayer Users To Pay Licence Fee
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, June 23, 2014
NSA Relies On German, Danish Cooperation
Blinkbox, 4Music To Air Music UK Live Festival
MailOnline Video Views Hit Best Month Ever
Dreamworks CEO Urges Investment In YouTube
Millionaire Stashes Cash, Issues Clues On Twitter
LinkedIn Ranks 20 Most Influential UK Brands
Yahoo Expands With Marc Bignal Appointment
Why Barcelona?
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, June 20, 2014
Canadian Court Tells Google To Delete Results
Facebook Suffers Longest Outage At 31 Minutes
Axel Springer Backs Privacy Friendly Qwant
ITN Talk Series To Highlight Branded Content Cred
ABC Says Metro Had Highest Traffic Ever In May
Top Agencies Generate GBP1.48Bn In Combined Income
40 New Telegraph Jobs Investment In Quality
What Video Learned From Display
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, June 19, 2014
EU Courts To Rule On Personal Data Transfer
World Cup Shatters Online Video Streaming Records
ASA Bans 'Recommended Links' Promotion
Time Out Taps Livefyre To Hike UGC In Digital Push
No Norwegian Books On Google Play
Times, WSJ Share Online Video Engagement Tips
Mobile Relaunch Boosts Telegraph Traffic
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Amazon Bets On Binge Listening To Music
Viewers Can't Look Away From Fast Cars, Kitties
Post-Page-View, Publishers Measure Attention
UK Says Spying OK Because Of Overseas Servers
Digital Learning Week Hears About Data, Leadership
Vice Moves Video Content Into New Nations
YouTube To Indie Labels: Sign Up Or Else
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Europe, South Korea Developing 5G Standard
Digital Tech Boost Foreseen For London
Facebook Uses Browsing Habit To Target Ads
At World Cup, Croatia Bans Media Over Nude Pix
Ex-BuzzFeed President Joins Mail Online
AP Intros Video Service For Middle East
Oxford Mail Trialling WhatsApp
« Previous Entries