Friday, November 3, 2006

Headlines for 3 November 2006

Media's New Masters: Private equity ushers in a brutal accountability. Get used to it.
Washington Post's Profit Climbs on Non-News Improvements, But Ad Revenue at Paper Slumps
WSJ Online*
Google in bid to halt YouTube legal threat*
Wasserstein Acquires Penton for $530 Million, Will Merge With Prism
FOLIO: Magazine
Bloomberg to End Access to Thomson I/B/E/S Earnings Estimates
PR Newswire via Earth Times
U.S. Shuts Web Site Said to Reveal Nuclear Guide: Report
The New York Times*
YouTube Going Mobile… in 14 Months?
Dow Jones TV: Can Print Guys Do Video?
The Next Net
New Start-Ups Aim to Build Content Capital
Washington Post
Yahoo Content to Push Content
Marketing Shift
Colbert Tackles YouTube-Google Copyright Issue - Leaking Media to the Public
Google, MIT, and IBM to invest in Social Web Research
Social Web Design
The PrintWiki Foundation publicly launches PrintWiki - The Free Encyclopedia of Print.
PR Leap
How the CDC Participates in Second Life
Micro Persuasion

Best Practices
From Webmaster to Newsmaster: A New Generation of Content Development
Battle over 'net neutrality' arrives in Canada
CBC News

Cool Tools Goes Live, Wants To Make Music Social
Gmail mobile client is live
Google Blog

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Integrates Leading Compliance Content into GulfPak Deposit Solution
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Search Engine,, Powers
Submit Express

Products, Markets & People
Bango Launches Safe Subscriptions for Mobile Content
Telephony World
Reed Exhibitions Appoints Three VPs for Strategic Marketing
Exhibitor News Network
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