Online Media Daily
Monday, August 28, 2006
  • Time Sends Pirates Overboard

    Time Inc. is shuttering Office Pirates, its six-month-old humor site led by former Maxim Editor in Chief Mark Golin. The site will cease operations ... Read the whole story

  • Trust-Busting With AOL

    When they introduced "The Office" into the U.S. market, instead of directly ripping off the characters and plots from the U.K. version, they should ... Read the whole story

  • MySpace Members Balk At Phony Profiles

    As MySpace and other social networking sites have grown, they have drawn more interest by marketers. But increased advertising spending leaves the publishers facing ... Read the whole story

  • Classmates Readies Promotional Effort

    As the popularity of online social networks explodes, Classmates.com--which helped define the category when it launched a decade ago--is looking a bit, well, old ... Read the whole story

  • AOL Premieres Bob Dylan's 'Modern Times'

    AOL Wednesday will begin offering free streams of Bob Dylan's XM Satellite weekly radio show, "Theme Time Radio Hour." AOL will also simulcast XM's ... Read the whole story