Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Headlines for 23 January 2007

Trends
Record Labels Contemplate Unrestricted Digital Music
The New York Times*
China's Baidu receives license to provide news
Reuters via CNET
Microsoft Shows Off AdCenter
Search Engine Watch
Smaller Customers Cite Complications Upgrading To New Yahoo Ad System
paidContent.org
Taking the Copyright Initiative
EContent Magazine
RSS Company Syndicate IQ Shuts Down
Read/Write Web
Recovery at FT puts Pearson's Scardino in the pink
The Independent
For Sale: p2pnet
P2PNet
BBC talking to Google about providing video on YouTube
International Herald Tribune
Real estate agents hang blogging signs
Chicago Tribune
Blogging bosses: A doubtful direction for the Davos demographic
The Economist

Best Practices
How To Sell Your Photographs Online: A Mini-Guide To Monetizing Your Camera-Phone Content
Robin Good
Building a perfect storm of journalism and multimedia
USC Annenberg OJR
Companies gain by sharing intellectual property, finds survey
CORDIS News

Cool Tools
IBM Launches Enterprise Social Networking Suite; Microsoft Offers To Migrate IBM Customers Off It
Read/Write Web
Google Personalized Homepage Now Displays Feed Snippets
Micro Persuasion
MindTouch Unveils World's First Commercial Wiki Virtual Appliance
BusinessWire via ADN

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Newstex Adds 164 Business Blogs From b5media to Newstex Blogs on Demand
BusinessWire
Wikio Secures $5.3 Million in Series A Funding
BusinessWire
Elsevier selected as new publisher of Annals of Vascular Surgery
EurekAlert
Penton Media Stockholders Approve Proposed Merger with Prism Business Media Holdings
BusinessWire
Allscripts and Wolters Kluwer Health Partner to Deliver Clinical Information to Physicians
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
ProQuest Announces SIRS WebFind Part of SIRS Discoverer; Adds Newspaper Content
EContent Magazine
WhitePages.com Launches New People Search Application
BusinessWire
Searching Scholarly Tables, Figures, Graphs, and Illustrations with CSA Illustrata
Information Today, Inc.
LexisNexis Names New Leader of Government and Academic Markets
BusinessWire via ADN
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