Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Headlines for 30 January 2008

Deal pace for Internet content segment strong, valuations rocket
BtoB Online
Yahoo serves up layoffs but no strategy
Reuters Permits Publishers to Freely Monetize Video and to Offer Downloads (video)
'Wall Street Journal' plans move to midtown, will add sports section
BtoB Online
Wireless auction concerns rise as some airwaves languish
Microsoft ventures into open access chemistry
Chemistry World
Still and Eye on Diller vs. Malone
Reuters MediaFile
ISPs new role in network control
Content Agenda
WSJ's Web site adds Facebook function
AP via Yahoo! News
Have Facebook Apps Peaked in Popularity?
Read/Write Web
Coca-Cola Launches a Corporate Blog
Social Media Today
Google Introducing new search views
Google Blog
Dvorak: Wikipedia Just Gets Better, Despite All Odds
PC Magazine via Fox News
Video Activists With “New Screw Tube” Campaign Against YouTube Dominance
P2P Foundation
Viacom Chief Says Company Is 'Recession-Resistant'
Bloomberg News
New Media Icon CNET Grapples With Newer Media Rivals
WSJ Online*
TV Showman, Once Exiled, Returns With Video Site
The New York Times

Best Practices
Beyond Vertical Search to Business Networks
Read/Write Web CEO Keith Richman on Online Video Market & Video
Startups Abandon Moore’s Law

Cool Tools
Sprout: The Online WYSIWYG Editor for Flash
MySpace Developer Platform Launching on February 5th
Create Your Own Blog Version of Twitter
Web Pro News
CarTorrent - Peer-to-peer networking for cars
The Guardian

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Yahoo To Reach Out And Touch 70 Million AT&T Mobile Users with Contract Renewal
Commweb News via TMCNet
Randall-Reilly Sold to Investcorp
FOLIO: Magazine
Sprint and Clearwire talking again, might still go to prom together
Pearson to Sell Rest of Stake In FT Deutschland to Partner
WSJ Online*

Products, Markets & People
Hoover's launches professional networking tool
MuseGlobal News Hound and Blog Hound give Instant, Integrated Access to News and Information
BusinessWire via PR-Inside
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