Online Media Daily
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
  •, History Channel Nix 'Death Of A President' Ads

    The Web sites of CNN and The History Channel have held back from running ads promoting the upcoming U.S. release of "Death of a … Read the whole story

  • What's The Score With Search?

    The huge influence of search engines and search engine marketing cannot be underestimated. Targeting consumers via online marketing now accounts for around 60 per … Read the whole story

  • Freewebs Bets On 'Widget' Ads, which makes software that allows people to create their own Web sites and blogs, has opened a New York office to expand brand … Read the whole story

  • CBS News Strikes Deal With has started supplementing its news stories with information from reference site, under a new deal between the companies. Mike Sims, director of … Read the whole story

  • MTV To Relaunch 'Road Rules' With Web Extras

    MTV is resurrecting "Road Rules," canceled in 2004, with new interactive elements. The new incarnation of the series calls on Web users to vote … Read the whole story

  • comScore: Mobile Web Surfing Lags In U.S.

    When it comes to surfing on cell phones, Europeans are bigger Web enthusiasts than Americans. Twenty-nine percent of Europeans regularly use their mobile phones … Read the whole story