Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Headlines for 15 May 2007

Trends
Reuters agrees 8.7 bln stg Thomson takeover bid
Thomson via Hemscott
Thomson's $17.2 Billion Pact For Reuters to Face Reviews
WSJ Online*
Justice Department Focuses on Efforts to Protect Intellectual Property Rights
Media Newswire
Reuters Media Summit Roundup: Lagardere’s Acquisitions; WPP Digital; AT&T Ads; Sling Broadband
paidContent.org
MySpace launches video channels
AP via Content Agenda
Are Social Bookmarking Sites Better at Search than Google?
Read/Write Web
NBC Jumps on the MySpace Train
Mashable
Why is MySpace News a ghost town?
ZDNet
Panel discusses future of the newspaper
Stanford Daily
Viacom CEO: no "splashy" purchase in sight
Reuters
At Journal, Slim Margins Open Door to Murdoch
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Why founders should be part of their community
Bokardo
Bloggers and the Church-State Wall
Micro Persuasion
InfoWorld study finds social media still in early stages for b-to-b
BtoB Online
iProspect Survey Reveals Nearly Half of Search Marketers Place Content on Social Networking Sites
Promotion World

Cool Tools
Watch live photo uploads with flickrvision
Download Squad

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
AOL Acquires Mobile Ad Firm Third Screen Media
ClickZ Network
USNews.com Joins With Clinicahealth To Offer Online Health And Wellness Communities
Adotas
Healthline Selected to Power Intelligent Health Search Across the HealthCentral Network
BusinessWire via Syscon
Informa Investment Solutions to be a One-Stop Provider of Wealth Management Solutions
BusinessWire
FAST and Criterion Systems to Support Convera RetrievalWare for Federal Government
BusinessWire via Epicos
RSuite CMS Selected to Manage SAGE Publications’ Journal and Reference Content
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
Mark Logic Unveils MarkLogic Server 3.2: Provides Powerful New Content Search and Analysis
MarketWire
Penton's Supermarket News Launches Redesigned Web Site
BusinessWire via Broadcast News
Vignette Delivers Next-Generation Knowledge Sharing and Management With Collaboration
BusinessWire via TMCNet
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