Online Media Daily Europe Editions for July 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, July 21, 2014
Google Moves To Protect Parents, Apple Not So Much
Last Of Media Moguls Throwing Last Roll Of Dice
Trinity Mirror Unveils Integrated Newsroom Plans
Germany Creating Nonprofit Investigative News Org
Snowden Says NSA Workers Share You Nudie Shots
Print, Digital Figures To Be Mixed For Regionals
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, July 18, 2014
Guardian Taps New CEO For US Digital Edition
Search Engines Must Be Open About Delinking Processes
ESI Media Launches To 'Empower Readers'
Trinity Mirror Mergers Will Gain Digital Posts
Some Of The Great Twitter Reactions To Airbnb Logo
Clegg Tweet Slams Daily Mail Cabinet Spread
Digital Firms Should Hire More To Meet Demand
Bing Recognizes European Right To Be Forgotten Request
Seeing Value In The Trade Press Now
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, July 17, 2014
'Hidden From Google' Tracks Disappearing Stories
Paper Republishes Google-deleted Article
Metro MD Leaving To Become ESI Media CEO
Google+ Open Policy Too Little, Too Late?
Time Warner Rebuffs Murdoch Bid; Will He Be Back?
Indie Labels Back Fair Digital Revenue Accounting
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, July 16, 2014
News Organizations Stash Staff Around The World
Paywall Strategy Paying Off For HeraldScotland
Bauer Media's Digital Commercial Director Expands Role
MPs Fast-track Surveillance Law; Lords Are Next
Google Gets 1,000 Take-down Requests Each Day
Feminist Times Pulls The Plug
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Smart AdServer Taps Casale For European Demand
NSA Panel May Use Typewriters To Protect Work
Ex-Media Talk Podcaster Gets Year-long Funding
Snapchat Trials Stories From World Cup Finale
BBC's Facebook-first News Debuts In Thailand
Final World Cup Game Shatters Social Media
Author To 'Publish' Short Story Via Twitter
Google To Tour Europe To Discuss 'Right To Be Forgotten'
Agile Marketing Designed For A Mobile World
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, July 14, 2014
McCann Promotes Pablo Walker To CEO Of Its European Operation
Secretary Asks Councils To Rethink Statutory Notices
Want To Get More Retweets? Here's How
Metro, Heineken Launch Campaign Effort
Google's Lawyer Offers Look Inside Company
Greenpeace Fights Google Over Removed Vid
Rejecting Apology, Clooney Calls Tab 'The Worst'
Print Newspaper Market Down 8%+ In A Year
Are We Falling Out Of Love With Tablets?
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, July 11, 2014
Accordant Expands To Europe With London Office
Industry Seeks New Way To Measure Audience
Journalists Offered 12 Social Media Tools
Google Ventures Opening London Office
Greek Police, Facebook Take Down Botnet
Bloomberg Introduces Free London BRIEF
Social Naming Of Victims Should Cost More
Intersnack Splits Europe Between Vizeum and Initiative
Banking App Downloads Reach 15 Million in UK
Britain's Base 79 Video Site Sold To Rightster
EBay Seeks Social Consolidation
Time To Prune The Adtech Bush
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, July 10, 2014
Guardian To Debut Paid-for Membership In Autumn
Publicis Groupe Scoops Up European Web Service Provider Proximedia
Yelp Files Former Complaint About Local Search
Accordant Expands To Europe With London Office
Daily Mail Removes Clooney Story, Apologizes
FT Competition Designed To Drive App Awareness
Crowdfunding For Independent Journalism Arrives
Red Bulletin Goes Global With .com
Brazil-Germany Game Smashes Twitter Record
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Guardian, Observer Print Income Stable, Digital Up
Bauer Allows 'Yours' Mag Readers To Shop On Site
Lawyer Warns Of Threat To Journalists
Demand For Click Convenience Is Burgeoning
Want To Learn How To Code? Free For Journalists
Got Google Fatigue? Here Are 6 Alternatives
Victoria Newton On A High Point In Her Career
33% Want to Use Phone for Transit Payments
Is Social Media Key To Accessing China's Next Hyper-growth Industry?
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Tour Sponsorship Brings Challenges, Opportunities
Survey Finds Lots To Like In Community Journalism
Tablets To Outpace PCs In 2015
Searched For Privacy Tools? The NSA Is Onto You
Germany To Break Dublin's Lock On Amazon
Limits Of Social News Gathering Seen In Ukraine War
Nick Pollard On Why Newspapers Beat TV
Andy Coulson Indicted For Perjury
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