Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Headlines for 16 October 2007

Trends
FaceForce: Facebook Meets Salesforce.com

Programmable Web
Blogs as reliable as mainstream media - ACCC
AAP via News.com.au
Led Zeppelin to sell music online
Reuters
Apple drops price of DRM-free iTunes
Webware
Can Google's Video ID System Secure YouTube?
Internet News
Napster to launch web-only music service
Download Squad
Current TV expands limits by having users create broadcast content
San Francisco Chronicle
More of us seek medical information online
Raleigh News & Observer
Five Reasons Why a Pay Per Click Recession Looms
Micro Persuasion
Yahoo! Making Strides in Search Marketing? A Result of Panama?
Read/Write Web
Guardian and Observer to launch online archive
The Guardian
Magazine ad revenue up 5.6% through third quarter
BtoB Online
AOL to Trim 2,000 Jobs in a Continuing Overhaul
The New York Times
Startup launches intellectual property site for scientific research
EE Times

Best Practices
News director wins newspaper of future contest
Aiken Standard

Books clearing out to make way for Internet, computers on
campus

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
USA TODAY and Tribune Media Services to Launch New Weekly Edition of USA TODAY Abroad
PR Newswire via CNN Money
E.W. Scripps to Split in Two; Scripps Networks Interactive to be Spun Off to Shareholders
paidContent.org
Financial Firms to Benefit from Reuters and TIBCO Spotfire Partnership
PR Newswire via CNN Money
Facebook Users Can Now Create a Wetpaint Wiki to Collaborate
Marketwire

Products, Markets & People
TechTarget Launches ITKnowledgeExchange.com
BusinessWire
InfoWorld Editor Resigns Following CEO, Top Sales Exec
FOLIO: Magazine

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