Thursday, February 16, 2006

Headlines for 16 February 2006

Working to Sell Advertisers on Newspapers and Magazines
The New York Times*
Class action lawsuit sought over ProQuest accounting
Ann Arbor News
Merrill Lynch: Newspapers miss ’05 ad projections; ’06 outlook is weak
BtoB Online
Reed Elsevier buyback and profit disappoint
Reuters via The Scotsman
TechTarget's 2005 Revenues: $70 Million
Onvia Increases Revenue 13% Over Prior Year
PR Newswire via MSN Money
US Internet companies defend co-operation with Chinese censorship
AFX via Forbes
Blogger Threatened With Prosecution for Content
Blue Mass. Group
Google opens China blog
Yahoo Japan to offer one-for-two stock split
AFX via Forbes
New DVDs already sparking copy-protection confusion
Pew U.S. Poll finds 30 percent use Net just for fun
Reuters via CNET
The Googlization of Libraries: Debunking the Internet Godzilla Myth
The Shifted Librarian
Vlogging takes off and boosts hope for citizen journalism
Technology News

Best Practices
Optimizing Creative for Contextual Ads
iMedia Connection
Internal Blogs Not Always Blogs As We Know Them
Web Pro News

Cool Tools
Podbridge Podcast Ad Network Uses Sophisticated Audience Measurement and Ad Placement Tools

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Macrovision Acquires eMeta Corporation toExpand Leadership in Digital Content Management

Products, Markets & People
AIS Deployed Mobixell Networks Rich Media Service Center(TM) for Content Delivery Platform
BusinessWire via Yahoo! Finance
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