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Business Insider vs. Digiday: One man's aggregation is another man's traffic hijacking

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Plagiarism. Copyright infringement. Traffic hijacking. These are all terms publishers like to use when someone excerpts their content without permission, whether it’s Google News or The Huffington Post. Some digital publishers have different words for it, however: they prefer to call it curation, or aggregation, or just old-fashioned blogging. The...
Business Insider vs. Digiday: One man's aggregation is another man's traffic hijacking
Anti-Bank FastPay Raises Additional $25 Million to Finance Digital Advertising Receivables

The Morning Lowdown 4-2-12

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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning: »  The best and worst April Fool’s jokes (Poynter). Legitimate news source ditches credibility for April Fool’s fun (Gawker) »  Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs (Variety) »  Bloomberg and Reuters: The future of news (AdWeek) »  Why Amazon...
The Morning Lowdown 4-2-12
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Sink or Swim: Digital Publishers Need To Be Bold

Magnify Teams Up With AOL To Bring Curated, Premium Video Content To Publishers

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Mike Arrington first wrote about Magnify.net when it launched back in 2007, because, back then, it was taking a different approach to video than the rest. Rather than becoming a hub for the aggregation of user-generated video, Magnify gave digital publishers the opportunity to offer their own video channels populated...
Magnify Teams Up With AOL To Bring Curated, Premium Video Content To Publishers

The Telegraph signs up to the AP's online video hub, now with 24/7 live news coverage

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The Associated Press (AP) has announced that its 24/7 live video news service has launched on AP Video Hub, its video news platform for digital publishers. The AP launched AP Video Hub in beta back in April, offering global news, entertainment, SNTV (sports) and lifestyle video, with curators selecting and...
The Telegraph signs up to the AP's online video hub, now with 24/7 live news coverage

Reaching buyers with vertical networks

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Have you tried to sell anything on Facebook lately? For all the promise of interactive targeting technologies, it’s never been harder for marketers to cut through the clutter. Sure, advertisers can buy audiences in real time, independent of context, but that’s rarely the best way to make a meaningful impression...
Reaching buyers with vertical networks

So who's making money publishing on the web?

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New media companies--from Gawker to Buzzfeed--have sprung up to feed every niche (and then some). Which are actually profitable? FORTUNE -- The Web has given rise to a number of notable digital publishers serving almost everyone's tastes, from straightforward news to guilty pleasures. For every Pulitzer-winning 10-part series on wounded...
So who's making money publishing on the web?

Big Data Tracker Metamarkets Gets New Money to Back Its Newish CEO

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Last year analytics startup Metamarkets mulled a purchase offer from Twitter, and ended up raising money instead. Now investors are pouring more money in, via a $15 million round led by Khosla Ventures. The three-year-old “Big Data” company has now raised some $23 million, and is using the new money...
Big Data Tracker Metamarkets Gets New Money to Back Its Newish CEO

Google Says $80M French Publishers' Fund Won't Be Replicated Elsewhere In Europe

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Google says it not currently looking to create funds to support digital publishers outside France. Google’s comments follow calls last week by Francisco Pinto Balsemao, head of the European Publishers Council, for Mountain View to pay media companies across Europe for displaying their content. Google has been fighting publishers in European courtrooms for several...
Google Says $80M French Publishers' Fund Won't Be Replicated Elsewhere In Europe
Wired Opinion: Can Brands Become Money-Making Publishers Themselves?

Ex Brightcove, DoubleClick execs start web publishing service RollUp Media

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Former DoubleClick, Brightcove and Demand Media executives have formed a new startup service to help small niche publishers make money from the web. RollUp Media has been started by former DoubleClick international president Ben Regensburger and former Brightcove VP Raghav Gupta with angel funding from Songkick and Metacafe investor Peter Read and...
Ex Brightcove, DoubleClick execs start web publishing service RollUp Media
Where You Can Go Right, And Wrong, With Native Ads

Washington Post signs up with NewsCred in push for dollars, exposure

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NewsCred, which offers publishers and brands a growing library of elite news content, announced this week that the Washington Post is the latest to join its syndication service. According to NewsCred CEO Shafqat Islam, clients had been requesting Post content, especially in light of the recent political season. The deal...
Washington Post signs up with NewsCred in push for dollars, exposure
HTML5 is a newspaper’s best friend – even if it has a mobile app

David Elstein says publishers must protect their digital content

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Ex-Channel 5 chief warns against power of companies, such as Apple, who take revenue for content launched on their devicesDavid Elstein, former Channel 5 chief executive, has said newspaper and magazine publishers need to band together so that they are not "held to ransom" by digital companies such as Apple.Elstein,...
David Elstein says publishers must protect their digital content
Four big takeaways from Pew's "State of the Media" report

Ex Brightcove, DoubleClick execs start web publishing service RollUp Media

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Former DoubleClick, Brightcove and Demand Media executives have formed a new startup service to help small niche publishers make money from the web. RollUp Media has been started by former DoubleClick international president Ben Regensburger and former Brightcove VP Raghav Gupta with angel funding from Songkick and Metacafe investor Peter Read and...
Ex Brightcove, DoubleClick execs start web publishing service RollUp Media

BuzzFeed Distributes Data on Online Content Sharing

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On Wednesday, the social Web site Buzzfeed distributed its first report to digital publishers that highlights trends in how content is shared online. Buzzfeed works with more than 200 digital publishers to help them track how and where their articles are shared around the Web. Read more »...
BuzzFeed Distributes Data on Online Content Sharing

Why are more newspapers turning to video? It's what readers expect, says the AP's Director of Video

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The Next Web was out and about at IBC in Amsterdam this past week, and we caught up with some of the key movers and shakers from the digital media space. One of these companies was The Associated Press (AP), who you’ve no doubt encountered before, even if you don’t...
Why are more newspapers turning to video? It's what readers expect, says the AP's Director of Video
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