Tag Archives: Advertising

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Groupon spurns $6 billion offer from Google

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Facebook vs. Google in messaging, data-sharing war

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Can AOL, MySpace, Digg rebound?

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Google, Apple have monster earnings as ad sales soar

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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AOL on a shopping spree – buys TechCrunch

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Twitter upgrades site experience for users and, potentially, advertisers

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Bright future for online ads; newspaper revenues will stabilize

Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below. Intelligence … Continue reading

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The NY Times Paywall: Worth the Wait

This morning, Kevin commented on the announcement by the New York Times that it intends to build a paywall around its content… starting next year: This is sort of odd. Why wait until 2011? The technology for tracking visits isn’t … Continue reading

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The Conde Nast Conspiracy

Last week, a shocking GQ investigative report, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy,” hit the newsstands. Not that most people would know about it. Oddly, the magazine’s parent company, Conde Nast, seems bent on squelching the explosive article. The report links … Continue reading

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The Climate Changes, Politics Stay the Same

Originally this was a screed against the complacent US political class with “Politicians” in the place of “Politics” in the title.  My editor sent the heavily redacted piece with the comment “your time at the Nation is certainly showing. I … Continue reading

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