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With $2M, Savveo wants to revamp traditional local ad buying

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When people talk about opportunities in local advertising, it’s usually digital advertising that they’re talking about. As more local ad dollars move from the Yellow pages and newspapers to mobile and web platforms, tech giants like Facebook and Google have started to up their efforts to lure small and medium-sized...
With $2M, Savveo wants to revamp traditional local ad buying

Gadget fair in Geneva shows spirit of invention alive and well

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Organisers amazed at numbers of exhibitors and attendees in midst of austere times across Europe and USA hands-free umbrella, parachutes for actual aeroplanes and other quirky inventions went on display at the opening of the world's biggest fair for new gadgets.Even the ribbon-cutting was done by a humanoid robot, on...
Gadget fair in Geneva shows spirit of invention alive and well

Dotcom: Record Label Pressure Forced Mega Radio Ads Off the Air

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How much does it cost to run a worldwide advertising campaign for an soon-to-be-launched Internet company? We’ve done a few calculations and come up with the terribly scientific answer of “an awful lot.” But while some companies undoubtedly spend tens of millions of dollars promoting the birth of their new...
Dotcom: Record Label Pressure Forced Mega Radio Ads Off the Air

Google’s competition: Most of the Internet

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We all know Google is huge and their wide range of services are bound to have a fair share of competitors, but you may be surprised just how wide-ranging Google considers its competition to be. Here below we have included a quote from Google’s latest SEC filing with some very...
Google’s competition: Most of the Internet

Roger Mosey interview: BBC will show every Olympics event

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Corporation's Games chief outlines 2,500 hours of coverage on television, radio and online that he thinks will unite Britain againThe 1908 Olympics took place in White City, just yards from where the BBC's director of London 2012 is now sipping a cappuccino, and they started amid hubristic high hopes. But...
Roger Mosey interview: BBC will show every Olympics event

Buddy, Have I Got a Startup Deal For You

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A “bankster” at a Federal Reserve protest. Photo: Robert B. Livingston/Flickr Your “friends” may be inundating you with bake-sale notices, Kickstarter pitches, and used Razor-scooter listings, but the barrage of monetary appeals is only going to get more intense thanks to the Feds, who today proposed only the loosest of...
Buddy, Have I Got a Startup Deal For You

Nielsen: Internet Ads In Q1 Grew By 12.1% While Magazines Declined 1.4%

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When it comes to revenue generation, online advertising may still be one of the smaller of all ad mediums, but it remains the fastest-growing. , outpacing other non-print formats like TV, radio and cinema — as well as printed advertising formats like newspapers and magazines. New numbers out today from...
Nielsen: Internet Ads In Q1 Grew By 12.1% While Magazines Declined 1.4%

People don’t care about scoops, they care about trust

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We’ve written a number of times about how social media and the “democratization of distribution” has compressed the news cycle to the point where the half-life of a scoop is measured in minutes rather than hours or days. And judging by a survey of media attitudes that Craigslist founder...
People don’t care about scoops, they care about trust

Don't break stories on Twitter, BBC journalists told

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As Sky News clamps down on staff Twitter updates, corporation tells reporters to file copy before tweeting itBBC journalists have been told not to break news stories on Twitter before they tell their newsroom colleagues.The new rules, which apply to all of the corporation's correspondents, reporters and producers, were announced...
Don't break stories on Twitter, BBC journalists told

Google's Brazil Chief Detained In YouTube Case

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- Google Inc.'s head of operations in Brazil was detained by the country's federal police Wednesday after the company failed to heed a judge's order to take down YouTube videos that the court ruled violate Brazilian electoral law. The detention came as another court ordered YouTube...
Google's Brazil Chief Detained In YouTube Case
Radio jammers in the Sistine Chapel will protect secrecy of papal election

EU Censorship Plan With A Cheesy Name: The Clean IT Project

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A couple of weeks ago, Techdirt reported on UK politicians calling for ISPs to "take down" terrorist content. Now it seems that the idea has not only spread to other European countries, but even acquired a cheesy name: "the Clean IT Project". The internet plays a central role and is...
EU Censorship Plan With A Cheesy Name: The Clean IT Project
Ad nauseous: Amazon's 'hardware-as-service' model is eroding our sense of ownership
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