Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Headlines for 28 November 2006

Trends
Google's ambitions going mobile
CNET News
Next: Google, the bank?
IT Wire
Why Yahoo Likes Newspapers
SearchInsider
Media companies to see bright '07, Merrill Lynch's Cohen says
Reuters
Monster joins forces with four newspaper companies
BtoB Online
Google: 'iPod will hold all the world's TV in 12 years'
Silicon.com
The Return of Branded Entertainment: Old-School Sponsorship From a Digital-Era Company
The New York Times*
Bloggers Leading Mainstream Journalists in Transparency
MediaShift
Experts rate Wikipedia's accuracy higher than non-experts
Ars Technica
Mobile Deals: Missing the Big Picture
Washington Post
Holotof - Crowdsourcing Creativity
Read/Write Web
The Content Aggregators and the Fat Belly
GigaOM
Microsoft's Zune Falls Off Sales Pace For Media Players
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
Why Aggregation & Context and Not (Necessarily) Content are King in Entertainment
paidContent.org
Business Blogs And The Business Of Online Publishing: Survey Provides Useful Insights
Robin Good

Cool Tools
Blastfeed Filters Your Feeds
Micro Persuasion

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Mark Logic Helps Bowker Successfully Navigate Dynamic Publishing Market
MarketWire
Alacra, Inc. and the Economist Intelligence Unit Partner on Country Snapshots
PR Web
Twenty of the World's Top Blog Networks Engage FeedBurner for Advertising Services
MarketWire
StrandVision to Distribute DataCall's Live Feed Packages: Ensures Copyright-cleared Content
PR Web via Yahoo! News
TEMIS Powers Thomson Scientific ISI Web of Knowledge Indexing
PharmaLive
ALM and American Bar Foundation to Collaborate on Research on Legal Profession
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
StreetIQ.com Expands Business Podcast Coverage With New Website
MarketWire via MSN Money
Volantis Announces Next-generation Mobile Content Storefront Solution
BusinessWire
Wolters Kluwer Health Launches PubFusion(TM) 2.0 Publication Management for a Range of Industries
BusinessWire
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