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  • Save Time and Money with Dynamic Display Advertising

    Advertisers can now save time, money and creativity with Specific Media's newest solution, Dynamic Display. Dynamic Display enables online advertisers the ability to deliver customized, highly-relevant display ads to target audiences across their online media plans in real time, with minimal creative investment required.

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  • Newspapers Report Record Increase in Online Users

    Recently, a Nielsen Online report revealed that newspaper websites attracted a record number of unique visitors in the third quarter of 2008 -- a 15.8 percent increase over the same period a year ago. Newspaper website visitors generated an average of just over 3.5 billion page views per month throughout

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  • Mochila Goes for the Gold

    The Olympic athletes aren't the only ones going for the Gold this August. Mochila hopes to set the "gold standard" for online distribution of Beijing 2008 Olympic news and feature content. Mochila, best known for their massive online media marketplace that allows publishers access to quality photos, video and content,

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  • Report: The Changing Face of News in a Digital Era

    While the death of print news was predicted awhile ago, the reality is that it's suffering a long, slow, painful and tedious spiral into oblivion. However, within that spiral there is a lot of analysis. And it's a lot more than just rearranging deck chairs on the Titantic.

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  • Digital Media Trends Puts Pressure on Newspapers

    At a recent meeting of the World Association of Newspapers, one of the topics of conversation included the results of the second annual World Digital Media Trends report, which revealed that digital platforms of newspapers are growing at a double-digit rate worldwide, as the world increasingly goes on line.

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  • Media Should Seek Web Users' Consent

    We Web users are an interesting bunch. Inclined to support a bloggers' code of conduct while becoming more ruthless and selfish online -- it's easy to understand why it's hard to figure out exactly what we want. Case in point, a recent survey by the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), an

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  • Mochila and Topix Expand Online Video Content

    Mochila, global online media marketplace innovator has launched Video Player 2.0. Poised to deliver "multiple, related videos revolving within the same player", it aims to be an asset to those looking to improve user engagement and sustainability.

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  • News Aggregation - The Downfall of Web Journalism

    For every step forward taken in bridging the gap between traditional print and online media, there are two steps backward every time the words "Sign of the Times" are uttered. Such is the case with a recent debate about the merits and downfalls of news aggregators. It turns out that

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  • Mochila Goes from Yellow to Green on Pringo's Dashboard

    Mochila, the first global online media marketplace for text, photo and video content, and Pringo, the leader in empowering online communities are cooking-up sharp new ideas for the next generation of online media. If you recall, Mochila has lots and lots of partners, such as Reuters, Clickability, The BBC,

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  • Mochila CEO Discusses Media Marketplace

    Getting content to go where it needs to go is what has made Mochila so darn successful. With more and more partnerships emerging everyday, Mochila serves the needs of content owners, content distributors and advertisers by building "relevant and engaging experiences for audiences.

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  • Mochila & BBC Spread Video Distribution

    In case you failed to notice, Mochila, the first global online media marketplace for text, video and photo content, is taking over the world. Its chronology of partnerships is getting too long to list, but trust me, it's distinguished enough to include big names like Reuters, Clickability and Citizen Image,

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  • Traditional Media Failing to Capture Citizen Interest

    I dig analyzing online media; the pressure on the industry combined with the multitude of studies conducted of late make it so darn interesting. Consider the latest report from the Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ), for example, which compared a week's worth of news from three user-driven sites --

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