Monday, July 25, 2005

Headlines for 25 July 2005

No Summer Break for Media M&A
Bush creates new post to fight global piracy
Online News Consumers Become Own Editors
Pearson Posts Narrower Loss, Gives Upbeat Full-Year Outlook
Associated Press votes not to charge for Internet republishing after all, increases overall fee 2.2 percent
Turning the concept of search on its head
RSS for the Average Computer User
LA TImes' John Carroll on Winning Pulitzers While Losing Circulation and the Future of Corporate News
Yahoo buys maker of 'widget' applications
Thomson Scientific Opens XML Gateway
Viyya Technologies Teams With iConcepts and SES on Delivery of New Compliance Vault
Qpass Mark More Than a Quarter-Billion Mobile Transactions Processed Since 2001
Content Beamer Mobile Printing Application Now Available for BlackBerry

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