Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Headlines for 17 October 2006

Trends
Google Expected to Pocket 25% of Online Ad Revenue in 2006
eMarketer
Yahoo invests in two online ad companies
CNET News
SIIA Launches Corporate Content Anti-Piracy Program
PR Newswire via WTOL
Yahoo goes punk with a Zen twist
CNET News
"Second Life," Other Virtual Worlds Reshaping Human Interaction
National Geographic
Earnings: Scripps 3Q06 Boosted By Shopzilla, Uswitch; Online Rev Up 73 Percent
paidContent.org
Universal Music 'long tail' archives bring Christmas in July
Reuters
Viacom to provide content to leading Chinese web site
International Herald Tribune
Variety Relaunches Web Site, www.Variety.com
BusinessWire via Yahoo! Finance
Publisher and Top Editor of Toronto Star Resign
The New York Times*

Best Practices
The Interactive Advertising Bureau Announces the Creation of an Ad Operations Council
BusinessWire
Crowdsourcing Creativity
Micro Persuasion
eBook Technologies First to Support New IDPF Content Packaging Standard
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
The current state of audio search
Niall Kennedy
Why Aren’t Ebooks More Successful?
EContent Magazine

Cool Tools
ResultR - Create fully customized search engines
Emily Chang

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

About.com Teams with Healthology to Offer Expanded Health Video Content
BioWire via GEN
Business.com Partners with CMP and Hoover’s
BusinessWire
Voxant Partners With ChinaOnTV to Distribute Chinese Business News to English-Language Sites
PrimeZone
Factiva Links Company Data with Microsoft Virtual Earth for New Sales Professionals Mapping Solution
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
blinkx Partners With Clevver Media for Searchable Content From Major Movie Studios and Record Labels
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
Vivisimo Velocity Powers U.S. Department of Defense Portal
Web Site Host Directory
Vivisimo's Velocity Powers New Image and News Search Features at FirstGov.gov
BusinessWire
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Expands AuthenticWeb for Claims
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
LexisNexis Launches Relavint Desktop 2.0
BusinessWire
Magazines.com Becomes First Subscription Agent to Undergo New ABC Evaluation
FOLIO: Magazine
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