Monday, April 24, 2006

Headlines for 24 April 2006

Trends
Congress readies broad new digital copyright bill
CNET News
Advertisers Change Channels: New media ads at all-time high as traditional media pays the price
Red Herring
Are magazines dead? Yes, but their brands are "vibrant"
Magazine Enterprise 360
For MySpace, Making Friends Was Easy. Big Profit Is Tougher.
The New York Times*
China censorship impact on Internet freedom overstated - Microsoft executive
AFX via Forbes
L.A. Times Suspends Blog for Pseudonym Postings
eWeek
Elsevier reviews its journal models
Information World Review
Google Scholar Unveils New Sorting Option and Other Ways to Keep Current
ResourceShelf
Squidoo has its eye on the Web
The Journal News
Everyone's an Editor as Wiki Fever Spreads to Shopping Sites
The New York Times*
Microsoft Hires IAC's Berkowitz To Head Up MSN
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
Content is not distribution
Mark Devlin
Can newspapers do blogs right?
USC Annenberg OJR
Report: Should the Library of Congress jettison Library of Congress Subject Headings?
Library Journal

Cool Tools
One Day Soon, Straphangers May Turn Pages With a Button
The New York Times*
WebSideStory Search 4.0 is First to Automatically Integrate Site Search and Web Site Behavioral Data
PR Newswire
CustomerVision Redefines Enterprise Wiki for Sales Effectiveness, Rapid Learning and Communication
MarketWire

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Reed Group Unites The Medical Disability Advisor and ACOEM's Utilization Management Knowledgebase
PR Newswire
CoreMedia Collaborates with Microsoft for Convergent Content DRM Services on Mobile Devices and the PC
BusinessWire
Fast Search & Transfer ASA receives search solution contract from SEEK Ltd
TMCNet
Ungaretti & Harris Selects LexisNexis Market Intelligence to Enhance Client Development Efforts
BusinessWire via TMCNet

Products, Markets & People
ReedLink Integrates Directories to Enhance User Experience and Accessibility
PR Newswire
Moody's to open Dubai base
AMEInfo.com
Yellow Pages Association Unveils IRIS ONLINE(TM) Version 3.0 Advertising Rates & Data Resource
BusinessWire
Verizon SuperPages President Kathy Harless Named Yellow Pages Association 2006 Board Chairwoman
BusinessWire
Post a Comment