Online Media Daily
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
  • MySpace Drops The Ax: Laying Off 30%

    Adjusting to what it calls "realities of today's marketplace," MySpace on Tuesday announced plans to reduce its workforce by a whopping 30%. The "restructuring" ... Read the whole story

  • Why Facebook Will Fail

    The last reports I saw had Facebook at over 200 million active worldwide unique users (and growing) and an estimated $200m-plus in annual revenue ... Read the whole story

  • Study: It's Not The Size Of An Ad, It's Where You Put It That Counts

    While contrasting content is popular among many marketers, relevance is the more effective strategy, according to newly released data from Condé Nast in conjunction ... Read the whole story

  • In-Game Ads In The Ad Game

    Would you like an ad with that online video game? While PC games revenue will decline this year, console, handheld and wireless games will ... Read the whole story

  • VivaKi Launches Next Phase Of 'Pool': 'Lane 2'

    With a focus on short-form content, Publicis' VivaKi unit on Tuesday launched the second phase of its Pool initiative -- a highly collaborative effort ... Read the whole story

  • What's Holding Back Online Video Ad Spending?

    Can Fred Figglehorn save online video? That's a question raised by the morning keynote talk Tuesday by Eileen Naughton, director of media platforms for ... Read the whole story

  • Where Do The C-Level Execs See Advertisements?

    Google and Forbes Insights Thursday will release findings from a study that examines the type of content C-level executives might consume, and where they ... Read the whole story

  • Senator Kerry Questions AT&T Deal With Apple

    AT&T is still the only company authorized to provide wireless service for iPhones in the U.S. Now, some lawmakers are questioning whether that arrangement ... Read the whole story

  • Net Neutrality Supporter Likely To Be Confirmed FCC Chair

    The Senate Commerce Committee appears to be poised to confirm Julius Genachowski, President Barack Obama's choice to head the Federal Communications Commission. For his ... Read the whole story