Apple is likely to introduce a new mobile advertising platform called iAd that will deliver advertis
Both traditional and new media at risk of unsustainable business growth.
Marmite to hold ‘Lovers vs. Haters’ election.
The free online news site Globalpost attracted over 750,000 unique visitors last month, and expects
Austin Heap, a 26-year-old programmer in California, won the 2010 Media Guardian Innovation Award fo
The Simple Guide to the Internet is part of the government's Race Online 2012 initiative which aims
Mediamark Research & Intelligence (MRI) has announced it will include digital readership in its cons
Rupert Murdoch's media giant removes its UK content from news aggregator.
Internet giant’s advertising service can now message visitors to websites.
Survey finds Canadians spent over 18 hours a week online.
Online email newsletter aimed at young male professionals.
It is the newspaper's third local blog focusing on grassroots community journalism and local decisio
Beijing asks media houses to source exclusively from government's official website.
Website achieved a daily average of over two million unique browsers in February, according to the A
The two titles will charge users £1 for a day, and £2 for a week, for access to online content.
SunTalk wins the British Press Award for Digital Innovation.
Sites such as Facebook are helping people meet partners for casual sex, professor warns.
Online readers are more likely to click on digital magazine ads than banner ads, according to a stud
Reviews more likely than ads to sway Britons.
Drop includes print and online operations.
A Communist Party newspaper in China has accused Google of helping US spies.
The New York Times has launched on its website a daily video webcast called TimesCast.
The Telegraph Media Group has launched Debate2010, a social media campaign for the general elections
China accuses Google of violating promises over search filtering.
Bauer Media has appointed James Eppinger as its new agency digital head.
Marites Danguilan Vitug, the editor-in-chief of Newsbreak, has received death threats after she rele
Digital advocacy group in protest against “rushing up” of the Bill.
Half of internet users in China use social networks at work compared to a quarter in the UK, reports