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Live from PANPA 08

I'm happy to be a guest speaker at PANPA 08 (Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers Asociation) in the beautiful Gold Coast of Australia,.. This content is available...

MySpace up, Yahoo down

Yahoo's woes continue. Reuters is reporting that Yahoo is no longer the leader for online display advertising in the U.S. – MySpace and its parent company...

Crooks and thugs on the Internet?

The Internet is full of crooks and major Web sites are too busy racking up eyeballs and page counts to stop the scams. That’s the subject of a rant by...

Mobile, as in wandering the globe

Here's another reminder of why it's a bad idea to be too Western-centric when it comes to new media. .. This content is available free to Classified Intelligence...

Live from PANPA-Day 1

GOLD COAST, Australia -- Notes from Day One of the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers Association 08 conference: .. This content is available free to Classified...

Newspaper-sized E-Reader unveiled to public

Plastic Logic, an electronic paper display technology company which last year received $100 million in venture funding, is publicly showing off its new electronic...

Anyone want to run a job site?

CHICAGO — (From the floor of the OnRec Conference & Expo) Here’s an interesting opportunity to run a recruitment site, with a little twist. Art...

Notes from PANPA – Day 2

GOLD COAST, Australia -- The 400 delegates from 21 countries attending the 39th annual Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers Association were reminded Tuesday that...

Notes from PANPA – Day 3

GOLD COAST, Australia -- The three-day Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers Association 08 conference wrapped up Wednesday night with a gala awards dinner,...

Beware the robots

Another example of unintended consequences from systems designed to replicate human judgment: In case you missed it -- and keep in mind some of this is still...

Want a job? Keep your Facebook clean

Job candidates have for some time now been warned to keep their Facebook pages clean in case a future boss goes snooping. Now it’s official: some 22 percent...

Beta in Batavia

Gatehouse Media has a fascinating experiment going on in Batavia, N.Y., to see what an online-only local news service might look like. So far it looks like a blog,...

ClickAPost.com – not ready for primetime

It’s a good thing they call ClickAPost.com a beta launch, because it’s certainly not ready for prime time. This free-ad site, with very limited...

When did newspaper classified ads peak?

Tim Cohn has put together some interesting stats on the state of newspaper classified advertising in a post this week on his Search Marketing Communications blog...

100 million iPhone apps downloaded so far

While there are no classified advertising applications yet for Apple’s iPhone, that can’t be far away. Users have downloaded from Apple – via the...

WAN files protest against Google-Yahoo deal

The World Association of Newspapers doesn’t much like the advertising deal between Google and Yahoo. The organization has written to European and North...

Impact of Wall Street crisis on online advertising

PaidContent.org’s David Kaplan takes a look at what this week’s Wall Street crisis means for the online advertising industry. Kaplan says that the fall...

Two new tools for Craigslist, one already banned

LifeHacker and TechCrunch are reporting on a new mashup Web app called CLhack that pulls in Craigslist listings and lets users view them in a tabbed,...

Could your site be the hub of an ad network?

Two developments this week reinforce the idea that the advertising value of a "destination site" may grow to encompass far more than its own ad inventory. LinkedIn...

Canwest dropped from S&P/TSX index

Canada's daily newspapers, thanks to a resource boom and more stable housing and financial markets, have not felt the same pain as their American counterparts --...