Online Media Daily
Friday, November 18, 2005
  • Utah "Do Not E-Mail" Registry Faces Court Challenge

    A trade group representing members of the adult entertainment industry Thursday asked a Utah court to invalidate a law prohibiting marketers from sending promotions ... Read the whole story

  • Does Pre-Roll Video Change Traditional Online Media Buying?

    The way that pre-roll advertising is bought and sold must be radically changed. Read the whole story

  • Redirection Home

    Redirects--a common and legitimate practice--can get you in trouble when combined with the actions of search engines. Read the whole story

  • NBC Teams With P2P Distributor

    NBC Universal on Thursday announced plans to distribute full-length movies through the peer-to-peer file-sharing service Peer Impact. The deal is a first for both ... Read the whole story

  • Ad Impressions Trend Up

    Online advertisers served 124.5 billion display impressions in October--up from 110.2 billion in September, according to new data from Nielsen//NetRatings. Read the whole story

  • AOL Relaunches Photo Service

    America Online Thursday relaunched its photo-sharing service, which lets consumers store an unlimited number of digital pictures and create photo albums. Known to AOL ... Read the whole story

  • Budget Sends Blog Readers On Scavenger Hunt

    As part of a branding campaign, car rental company Budget bought ads on blogs informing visitors about a treasure hunt that combined online clues ... Read the whole story