Online Media Daily
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
  • NebuAd Faces More Congressional Scrutiny

    Less than one week after NebuAd CEO Bob Dykes assured the Senate Commerce Committee that the company respects consumers' privacy, lawmakers are raising new ... Read the whole story

  • Propelling Mobile Marketing To The Next Level

    The use of mobile technology as a means of reaching consumers is one of the largest remaining areas in digital marketing that Read the whole story

  • Google Search Deal: Clicks On Yahoo Could Cost 22% More

    Advertisers could end up paying 22% more for search terms on Yahoo if the Web giant's proposed paid search partnership with Google comes to ... Read the whole story

  • Fox Taps PointRoll For 'Shutter' Campaign

    20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has tapped rich media provider PointRoll to develop and launch an ad campaign featuring user-created "fear photos" for the ... Read the whole story

  • MMA Issues Mobile Privacy Guidelines

    Continuing its push for worldwide standards, the Mobile Marketing Association Tuesday released a set of global privacy guidelines for mobile marketers. The new Global ... Read the whole story

  • SendMe Mobile Adds Warner Music To Catalog

    Warner Music Group has struck a deal with mobile content provider SendMe Mobile, allowing consumers to download artist ringtones, video ringers, and wallpapers from ... Read the whole story

  • Roman Holiday: Expedia Acquires Italian Travel Directory Venere

    Expanding its global reach, Expedia on Tuesday agreed to acquire Italy's Venere Net from Advent International and its founding partners. Venere.com presently has relationships ... Read the whole story

  • AOL, Universal Team For Marketing Via Gaming

    AOL and NBC Universal Pictures have teamed to market "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" through a series of eight online games dubbed ... Read the whole story