Online Media Daily Europe Editions for August 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Aug. 29, 2014
Lidl To Use Social Media Rather Than Leaflets
Guardian Partners With U.S. Outlets
Consumers Want News On Phone; TV Must Change
Most Agencies Include Native In Display Plans
Guardian Still Leads With Most Web-only Readers
Facebook Moves To Slow Click Bait
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014
Newsroom Alive With Sound Of Clack-Clack, Ding!
PressReader App Gives Readers More Depth
Glasgow Councillor Says Twitter Is Blocking Policy Inquiry
Regionals Lose Print Sales At 13.5% Year On Year
Germany Considers Banning After-hours Work Emails
Want To Know Why So Many Watch Twitch?
Tesco Stores Installing Beacons to Sell Magazines
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014
Twitter Adds Central, Eastern Europe To Ad Network
NEW! Nike, Foot Locker And Kevin Durant #searchforthebaddest European Player
Journalists Forced To Reveal Passwords - To Employer
Fewer Willing To Discuss Snowden Revelations Online
News UK Settles Privacy Claim Over Stolen Phone
'Mail Online' Bites Hands That Feeds It
Mail Online Vid Views Up 75% Year On Year
Telegraph's 'Motoring' To Become A Digital 'Cars'
Tesco Stores Installing Beacons to Sell Magazines
Personalisation: The Delicate Balance Between Intrusion And Relevance
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014
Firm Prints Display Directly Onto Cardboard
ITV Will Simulcast Independence Debate On Air
HuffPo To Launch Edition in India
'Doctor Who' Draws 135,000 Tweets
Want To Become A Music Journalist? Listen Here
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Aug. 25, 2014
Global TV Ad Spend Rises, Despite National Differences
BBC, Channel 4 Scratch Heads Over Vice News
July Was MailOnline's Best Month For Video
Top 1,000 YouTube Channels, In A Handy Graphic
BBC Radio 1, YouTube Vloggers In New Show
Sky News Offer Digital Platform Before Election
Sky 1 'Future-proofing' For Next-gen Viewers
The Big Real Time Data Confusion
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Aug. 22, 2014
Marketer Confidence Continues To Slide, Europe Now More Bullish Than America
Metro's Website Fastest Growing, ABC Says
Soundcloud Inks Deals With Advertisers
Privacy Suit Against Facebook Moves Ahead
Norwegian Photo Sharing App Pushing Into U.S.
Times Most Popular Digital Editions Last Month
Warehouse Launches Online And Print Magazine
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014
Twitter Suspends Accounts Showing Execution
Ex-Microsoft Brand Guy To Head AOL Branded Content
Newspaper Used Fake Death Report To Test App
Independent New & Media In New Deal With Dubsat
Hammond Calls Beheading 'Appalling Brutality'
Seeking Journalists Working With Traumatic Images
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014
EU Justice Accuses Google Of Distortion
How To Harness Phone Tech For News
Contributoria Mixes Collaboration, Crowdfunding, Print
New's Owners Vow Bullying Crackdown
Share Your DVR Recordings Via
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014
Authors Protest Amazon's Actions In Germany
Campaign Cuts Post When Tweets Cause Storm
London's A Hot Town, Summer In the City
Age Rating Plans For Music Vids Coming In Fall
Alliance To Offer Data To Promote Cross-Platform Study
Journalist Who Hacked Yahoo Given Caution
Constructive Journalism Engages Audiences
What's Behind The Mobile Message Boom?
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Aug. 18, 2014
Oops! Germany Didn't Mean To Spy On Clinton
Economist Is Top-selling Digital Magazine
Readly Brings Number Of Titles To 145
Mobile Banner Ads Going Way Of Dinosaur
Twitter Co-founder Covers Missouri Protests
Premier League Warns Fans On Posting Videos
Global Ad Spend To Return To 2007 Levels -- But Not In The Eurozone
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