Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Headlines for 15 February 2006

U.S. Moves to Fight Internet Censorship
AP via ABC News
Chinese Government Defends Its Restrictions on Internet Use
WSJ Online*
The Web and China: Not So Simple
Gates defends Microsoft's actions in China
Big investors don't have time for Time Warner breakup
CNN Money
Logan: AOL Has Strategy In Sync, Time For Results
The economic weight of the blogs
VNU major shareholders push for 3-way breakup: report
Washington Post
Paddock launches Beep portal to target young audiences
Chicago Tribune
Working to Sell Advertisers on Newspapers and Magazines
The New York Times*
UK Publishers start to tune in to podcasting

NetImperative Removes Offending Wikipedia QuakeAID Content
OfficialWire via BellaCiao

Best Practices
RSS Powers PR Professionals: Newsmastering, Newsradars And Personal Media Aggregators

Robin Good

Cool Tools
Quadralay Launches AutoMap 9.0 to Simplify Customized Content Generation Using XML for Writers
180solutions Launches ZangoCash Content Syndication Platform
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Exalead Delivers Simple, Affordable Search Solution for Workgroup Environments
PR Newswire

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Opera, FAST and Telenor Collaborate on Mobile Services R&D
ChemConnect to Provide Energy Market Data to Dow Jones Energy Service
PR Newswire
LexisNexis(R) Martindale-Hubbell(R) to Provide Carr Allison with Online Client Development Products

Products, Markets & People Enables Investors To Democratize Financial Services Providers
Endeca Reports 135 Percent Annual Revenue Growth in 2005 for Search and Information Access Leader
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