Browsing All posts tagged under »Digital media«

Another link for today: Online only?

June 30, 2009 by

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NMA – Is an online-only model viable for publishers? Advertisements

Mad Avenue Blues

June 12, 2009 by

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Changing media summit

February 20, 2009 by

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The Changing Media Summit 2009 takes place on the 19th March in London. A few more speakers have been confirmed including Caroline Cartellieri, COO, MySpace Europe, Kara Swisher, founder, AllThingsD.com and Tony Cohen, CEO, FremantleMedia. Further information can be found here at the Guardian’ site. Related articles by Zemanta Online Services/interactive Media (dailymarauder.com)

Readers of Dennis’ digital mags jump to 1.4 million a month

October 30, 2008 by

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Image via Wikipedia Accoring to the latest ABCe figures from Dennis Publishing, its digital magazines are now being read by over 1.4 million a month. Monkey magazine, which is its flagship title, launched in 2006 ,and has an average readership of just under 300,000. Earlier this month, Planet Ink launched ecoforyou, another all digital title. […]

Economist to launch on Amazon’s Kindle

October 29, 2008 by

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Image via Wikipedia According to PaidContent.co.uk, The Economist is planning to launch on Amazon‘s Kindle. Paul Rossi, publisher of the magazine, is quoted as saying “watch this space” as they develop a strategy. The exact date as to when the Kindle will be launched in the UK is still to be confirmed.

Dennis snaps up Bit-tech.net

October 23, 2008 by

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Image via Wikipedia Dennis Publishing has acquired bit-tech.net, a technology website for an undisclosed sum. According to figures, the site reportedly attracts over 1 million unique users a month. It covers news, reviews and features on all tech developments – from games to hardware. The acquisition will enable Dennis to boost its traffic for tech […]

Vodafone to launch £1.5 million online ad campaign

October 16, 2008 by

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Image via CrunchBase Vodafone, which has UK exclusivity to sell the new BlackBerry Storm, is to launch an online campaign totalling £1.5 million. The campaign kicks off today and will show how customers and businesses can use the phone to their advantage. The video commercial is shown below.