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MySpace has launched a dedicated video site, MySpace TV, in a bid to compete with YouTube.
The deal, expected to close by the third quarter, follows closely after Nielsen’s launch of a unit focusing on people’s use of mobile content services and the sector’s impact on established media behaviour.
Google gives some background behind its recent acquisition of advertising group DoubleClick on its official blog today.
The move has been controversial, with competitors and privacy groups raising their concerns over the deal, and the dominance it gives Google over the online ad market.
Trinity Mirror has started a major revamp of its regional news websites with the relaunch of its online properties for Liverpool.
After the high profile that accessibility was given 18 months ago following the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act, have things really changed?
Hitwise UK has some interesting figures showing how effective widgets can be in driving traffic to websites from social networks.
AOL is set to launch an coupons programme allowing users to save money on online purchases with selected etailers.
Dubbed AOL Shortcuts, the project will mimic real-world coupons promotions, but will instead ask consumers to click web ads in order to receive offers.
Lijit has has received $3.3m (£1.65m) in Series B funding for its blog search and stats tools. The round was led by Boulder Ventures and brings the total raised by the firm to $4.2m (£2.1m).
Online advertising spend will grow faster in Canada than anywhere in the world over the next four years, according to a heavyweight new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.
PwC's Global Entertainment and Media Outlook, which looks at the international media industry between 2007 and 2011, forecast the amount of money advertisers spend online will grow to US$2.03bn (£1.02bn) by 2011.
Facebook’s rapid rise in popularity among UK web users continued in May, according to measurement group comScore.
The figures show the social network had 4.8m visitors, 30% up from April and 2123% from May last year. It was the site's third consecutive month of 30%+ gains, comScore said.