Wednesday, December 7, 2005

Headlines for 7 December 2005

Publishers to Google: back off
CNET News
Investors unsubscribing to old media
Fortune
Open or closed: how the net will be won
Computing via VNUnet
Creating their own content, youth will not pay for news
The Editor's Weblog
Gannett Approaching Record Revenues in 2005, Taking 'Hard Look' at Knight Ridder Acquisition
Editor & Publisher
New Caution on Spending This Year; Web Spared
The New York Times*
Times Plans 5% Increase in Ad Rates
The New York Times*
Media Week: Google's Rosenberg Serves The Kool-Aid; No Comment On AOL
paidContent.org
MS & Google's fight benefits Yahoo
The Economic Times
Answers.com buys natural language co. Brainboost
Reuters
Duke Sees Growth in Classroom iPod Use
Duke News
Era of the content engineer
ZDNet
How Open Source Media Got Its Name
Tony Pierce
StreetIQ.com and FeedBurner Partner to Create RSS Feeds Tailored for the Financial Services Industry
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
PR Newswire Upgrades its Search Engine Visibility Service
Through iCrossing Partnership

PR Newswire
Answers.com to Provide Reference Resources for Homework Help Website of NYC Public Libraries
PR Newswire
Partnership with CareerBuilder.com Delivers Integrated Resume Processing for iCIMS Customers
eMediaWire
Web Surfers Find New Online Destination For Information
BusinessWire
Fred Lebolt Appointed VP, New Media at Sun-Times News Group
PR Newswire
Dow Jones Reports Increased November 2005 Advertising
Volume at the Wall Street Journal

BusinessWire
ScienceDirect outage December 7, 2:00 am-1:00 pm EST -
Usage Software Upgrade

Georgia State University
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