Online Media Daily
Friday, October 29, 2010
  • Microsoft Online Earnings Slump Despite Bing Growth

    Year-over-year, Microsoft on Thursday said its online division lost $560 million for the fiscal first quarter. That's despite the fact that revenue at the ... Read the whole story

  • AT&T Launches Mobile Payments Trial

    The mobile payments space continued to heat up this week with AT&T entering partnerships with Boku, Zong and BilltoMobile to begin trials allowing users ... Read the whole story

  • 15 Seconds That Piss Me Off

    According to the AP this week, the 15-second ad is increasingly common, gradually replacing 30-second spots -- just as the 30-second commercial supplanted full-minute ... Read the whole story

  • Verizon Pays $77 Million To Settle 'Mystery' Fees

    Verizon has agreed to pay a total of $77 million to settle complaints over so-called mystery fees charged to customers for mobile data services ... Read the whole story

  • Advertising Powerhouse Advisory Board Joins Criteo

    Criteo plans to announce Friday the appointment of four well-known industry gurus to its advisory board. Dan Ciporin, former chairman and CEO; Greg ... Read the whole story

  • Big Spaceship Lands Lucasfilm

    Lucasfilm, the production company behind "Star Wars," has named Brooklyn's own Big Spaceship as its digital agency of record. In a joint-statement, the partners ... Read the whole story