"[The companies] have partnered to offer Podcast Ready’s myPodder™ software preloaded on the iriver U20, B20 and W10 models."
Gannett, McClatchy And Tribune to Form Nationwide Network Yahoo's Competing Effort
"He emphasized that CBS wants to collaborate with Internet companies on emerging technologies to put TV on the Web -- particularly because it will help CBS learn more about the demographics and tastes of its audience."
"CBS chief Les Moonves is announcing a collaboration with YouTube in which the network will periodically air short, inspirational user-made videos. The first clip will run before the Super Bowl on Feb. 4."
"MTV Networks is set to announce a partnership with mobile entertainment company Amp'd Mobile designed to develop original made-for-mobile content to appear on Amp'd phones."
"Borders Group, Inc. and Gather.com have announced a joint project in which shoppers at the superstore chain can click on to the social media Web site and share their thoughts on books, music and other entertainment."
"Blogs, RSS feed and more are popping up on magazine and newspaper websites, and some publishers are buying entire social networks in the hopes of boosting readership and revenue."
"Citing people familiar with the deal, Forbes.com said Yahoo paid around $10 million for the Orlando, Fla.-based company, which was founded in 2005."
"Under the deal, Motorola will get exclusive content like pre-loaded tracks, over-the-air songs, ringtones, ringback tones and mobile music videos. "
"A new Gallup poll reveals a halt in the steady decline of Americans who rely on newspapers for most of their news gathering..."The rapid growth in the Internet news audience may have slowed in the last two years..."
"The only media category expected to grow by double digits will be Internet advertising, which TNS believes will rise by 13.4%."
"On the Internet, about 2.6% of all advertising is spent on video ads. That number is expected to rise to 4% this year. "The video business will be bigger than print online." Also, "poor-quality content" will be popular."
"Over the past six months, we cracked the code on a variety of different categories: Sony Bravia, Jet Blue, American Express, Bertolli," Mr. Frey said.