Online Media Daily Europe Editions for August 2014
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Aug. 15, 2014
Anti-Kremlin Wag Hacks Russian PM's Twitter
Tweeters Assume Guilt In Allegation
Consumer Magazine Sales Way Down In Half
Michael Jackson Vid Exclusive To Twitter
BlackBerry, 7digital To Introduce Music Service
Immediate Media Fills Branded Content Role
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014
German Postal Service Gets Encrypted App
Ex-Sun Journalist Not Guilty In 'Stolen Phone'
'Company' Magazine Goes Digital-only
Why Twitter Is Best Place After Celeb Death
Spotify Helps Musicians Sell 'Experiences' To Fans
Project To Establish Tools For Using Eyewitness Media
Mobile Shoppers & the Act of Beaconing
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014
Nissan In Multi-Year Partnership With UEFA Champions
ManU Bans Electronic Devices From Old Trafford
Vodafone Rates Worst For Countryside Service
BBC News Social Media Head On Integration
Future Names New Content & Marketing Team
Signs Of Trojan Resurgence In US, Europe
La Stampa Editors Discuss Digital Innovation
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014
NPR App May 'Change The Game' For Radio
Gannett Intros Digital-centric Jobs; Newsquest Next?
ESPN Puts Stamp On Digital-only Cricket Mag
Lessons In Digital Storytelling, Audience Engagement
Sam Jones Is New Digital MD At Bauer Media
Daily Dot Brings Back Online Tech Magazine
Sun, Google Out To Teach UK Kids How To Code
Kenshoo Takes Pulse Of Mobile Search In U.S., U.K., Australia
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Aug. 11, 2014
Google's Antitrust Problems Just Getting Started?
Plagiarism Accusations Hit Ashton Kutcher's A+
Advertorials Are Here To Say; Only Price Matters
Check Out Cambridge News' Fresh New Design
Sky Sports Adds Screen For Football Fans
Hacking Legal Bills Hurt New Corp Revenues
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, Aug. 8, 2014
Russia Allows Snowden To Stay For 3 Years
Ex-BBC Tech Chief Wins Unfair Dismissal Case
AOP Debuts Digital Ad Engagement Research
EBay Is Most Popular Retailers On Mobile
Outside America, Samsung, Apple End Patent War
Yahoo Mobile Head Advises Starting With Mobile
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014
What Does Gannett's Move Mean For Newsquest?
1 In 3 Wikimedia Takedown Requests Comes From US
Ex-Google Marketing Chief Launches FinTech Startup
Digital Reality Strategies Is News Summit Focus
Murdochs Of The World Must Look Farther Afield
Regulations Allow Journalists To Do Their Jobs
Get Your MoJo On At RTE Event In March
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014
Russia May Block BBC Site For Activist Interview
17,000+ Join Austrian's Facebook Class Action
Cosmo Relaunches Site With Mobile-first Design
Dailymotion Inks Content Deal With FC Barcelona
Man After Google To Unlink Defamatory Comments
Gannett's Business Split And What It Means
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014
Bauer Media Debuts European Startup Fund
Problems Abound As Google Tackles ECJ Ruling
Ruling May Ease FOI Requests For Journalists
Search Advertising Spend Is Up By Nearly 25%
De Graaff To Oversee BBC Worldwide Western Europe
Commercial Content Director Named At Metro
TV Needs To Catch Up In Data Mine Department
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, Aug. 4, 2014
Telegraph Chief Credits Facebook With Traffic Hike
How To Compete With Likes Of Google, Facebook
Almost All US Publishers Sell Ads Programmatically
Russian Bloggers On Notice To Register
Playlists Rule Over Passing Of Music Albums
Sunday Times Seek Social Innovator Of The Year
Overcoming Challenges Of Mobile CRM
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