Monday, January 30, 2006

Headlines for 30 January 2006

Digital 2.0: Powering a Creative Economy
World Economic Forum
Google, US seek showdown over search data
AFP via Yahoo! News
A Newspaper That Focuses on Business Makes Room for More Personal Content
The New York Times*
Multimedia Launch of 'Bubble' Gets Mixed Response
WSJ Online*
Road maps for the digital revolution
International Herald Tribune
TimesSelect Passes 390,000 Subs But Fewer Than Half Paying Extra For Privilege
The Big Guns' Next Target: eBay
Business 2.0 via CNN Money
Dow Jones relaunches Barron’s Online as stand-alone subscription product
BtoB Online

Best Practices
Get in the Game with Online Video Ads
iMedia Connection
What are the lessons from Dan Gillmor's Bayosphere?
USC Annenberg OJR
There's a Popular New Code for Travel Deals: RSS
The New York Times*

Cool Tools
Internet protocol coming to the tube

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Quova Media Illuminates Digital Rights Compliance with Limelight Networks
PR Newswire
Recommind Announces Partnership With Interwoven
MarketWire and Team up to Blog 2006 Olympic Winter Games

Products, Markets & People
HighBeam(TM) Research Expands Premium Content, Makes 1.5 Million Articles Free
ProQuest Decides That Evidence Matters
Information Today
ContextWeb Adds Leading Financial Sites to Its Growing Publisher Network
Wolters Kluwer Unveils Compliance University On-Line Learning
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