Online Media Daily
Thursday, June 25, 2009
  • Google Unleashes AdSense For Mobile Applications

    Google plans to unveil AdSense for Mobile Applications Wednesday. the tool allows companies that develop applications that run on Apple's iPhone and Google's operating ... Read the whole story

  • Don't Get Lost in Translation

    How Marketers Can Communicate with Global Audiences Online Read the whole story

  • Mobi War: Ad Nets Competition Heats Up

    With more than 1 billion iPhone apps downloaded and a string of Apple competitors opening their own app storefronts, Google and other companies are ... Read the whole story

  • How Much Targeting Is Too Much?

    Lawmakers are prepping legislation about online privacy and trade groups are tightening self-regulatory standards. But do consumers care whether marketers send ads to them ... Read the whole story

  • AIT Takes On Google

    AIT will offer free keywords in its Global Keyword Registry for a limited time, allowing advertisers and agencies to try the search engine,, ... Read the whole story

  • GroupM: Interactive Overtakes Newspaper Ad Spending

    Interactive media will represent nearly one of every five dollars spent by marketers on media in the U.S. next year, according to estimates released ... Read the whole story

  • AdMeld Optimizes $8 Million In Funding

    AdMeld, one among a growing number of startups competing to help Web publishers better manage the sea of ad networks they can now choose ... Read the whole story

  • Pointroll Rolls Out Rich Media Ad Dev Suite

    PointRoll on Wednesday launched a collection of tools designed to help designers and developers create, develop and deliver rich media ads. Dubbed AdArchitect, the ... Read the whole story

  • Musicians Pan File-Sharing Verdict

    The record industry recently won a $1.92 million verdict against peer-to-peer user Jammie Thomas-Rasset. But it now looks like that judgment could prove surprisingly ... Read the whole story

  • Verve To Power Newspaper Mobile Sites

    Mobile developer Verve Wireless Thursday announced agreements with newspaper publishers including Media News Group, A.H. Belo Corp., Hearst Corp. and Cox Newspapers to create ... Read the whole story