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The BBC Trust has approved plans by the corporation to make its programming available for download on an on-demand basis.
The on-demand proposals are the first to be subject to a Public Value Test (PVT), in which 10,500 individuals and organisations were consulted over the BBC's plans.
The IMRG's annual statement says etail is growing faster than ever before, and predicts online sales in the UK will reach £78bn a year by 2010.
The group says £42bn will be spent online by UK shoppers in 2007, up from £30.2bn last year, while worldwide online sales will hit £250bn this year.
Channel 4's TV on-demand service 4OD has attracted over 1m viewers since its launch in December, in a boost to the hopes of broadband TV providers.
Speaking to the FT, 4's video on demand head Sarah Rose said 20m programmes had been viewed through the service, but wouldn't reveal how much usage was taking place over the net, rather than through Virgin Media or BT Vision set top boxes.
Google is working with US state governments to make online information more easily accessible to citizens.
The search site partnered with Arizona, Utah, California and Virginia so that "information that previously did not appear in a casual Google search will now appear when searching for results on relevant topics ranging from education to health to property records or regulations", Reuters reported and Google announced.
Unscrupulous advertisers have used Google AdWords banners in an attempt to obtain internet users' bank account details.
Exploit Prevention Labs, an internet security firm, found ads had been purchased against keyword search results like "betterbusinessbureau" that linked through to a spyware applet that would dupe users into entering account details into fake online banking pages.
Yahoo! has followed in the footsteps of Google with the purchase of an online ad exchange, taking control of US-based Right Media in a whopping $680m (£340m) deal.
Yahoo! made a strategic investment of 20% in Right Media in October last year, and today’s announcement will see it buying the rest of the firm.
Senior executives have become aware of the potential business benefits of 'Web 2.0', but many IT departments often lack the resources and expertise to create more interactive web applications.
These are the findings of an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) survey of over 400 senior execs on corporate adoption of Web 2.0.
A bill has been introduced in the US Congress which aims to legalise online betting run by licensed operators.
Democrat Barney Frank yesterday introduced the Internet Gambling Regulation and Enforcement Act 2007, though he will face quite a struggle to get the bill through Congress.
Your on-site search tool should act like a human, not like an advanced search engine, writes Tal Rubenczyk.
Google has confirmed it is in the process of testing ad formats for video sharing site YouTube with the aim of introducing them in the summer.
Chief marketing officer Suzie Reider told the ad:tech conference in San Francisco the site was testing pre-roll and post-roll bumper ads, before and after video clips.
Freeads.co.uk has appointed two former Lastminute.com marketers to senior positions.
Duncan Horton, formerly head of marketing at the travel e-tailer, becomes chief executive, while former head of retail marketing Stuart Parish becomes marketing director.
Joost, the P2P internet TV service launched by Skype founders Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, has concluded a series of deals with major advertisers.
ClickZ reports that Joost has signed three-month contracts for pre-roll and overlay ads with firms including Coca-Cola, General Motors, Nike and Visa.