Online Media Daily
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
  • AOL Won't Honor Do-Not-Track Requests

    AOL has unveiled a new privacy policy specifying that the company's properties -- including the recently acquired Gravity -- don't honor the do-not-track requests ... Read the whole story

  • Broadcast Network Ratings Forecast To Erode, CBS Performance Crucial

    Broadcast network TV ratings erosion could worsen next year, according to one prominent senior media agency executive. Broadcast network declines could hit 6% or ... Read the whole story

  • Clypd Adds 'Deal ID' Tech To Programmatic TV Platform

    Clypd, a supply-side platform (SSP) for programmatic TV, on Tuesday announced it has added Deal ID technology to its platform. "Deal ID" is a ... Read the whole story

  • Orbitz Lets Users Resume Searches Across Devices

    Online travel agencies were among the first Web businesses to feel the full impact of the consumer migration to mobile as customers began using ... Read the whole story

  • Mindshare NA In Pact With Percolate

    WPP's Mindshare North America has struck a non-exclusive deal with content marketing platform Percolate, the companies have confirmed. The WPP shop will use the ... Read the whole story

  • Amplifon Builds Sound Into Google Street View

    Children laughing while playing in a park, honking horns from a busy Manhattan street intersection, and water running through the rocks of a rushing ... Read the whole story

  • Sony, Spider-Man Tout 4K Experience

    "National Cinema Media reaches consumers where they are already experiencing Sony 4K technology -- in the cinema," Alex Magin, vice president of marketing at ... Read the whole story

  • Mobile Commerce Sales: The March to $59 Billion This Year

    Many of the leading online retailers are reaping the rewards of mobile commerce. The top 366 U.S. retailers will hit mobile commerce sales of ... Read the whole story