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EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO), a database aggregator, and Newstex, the Content On Demand company, has announced an alliance to deliver Newstex Content On Demand and Newstex Blogs On Demand via nearly 100 EBSCO databases to customers worldwide.

Posted Mar 23, 2007

NewsGator Technologies helps Edelman tap the power of social media to enhance its public relations practice.

Posted Mar 22, 2007

NewspaperDirect, a provider in digital delivery of newspapers and magazines from around the world, is enabling users of its service to view their news in two different ways.

Posted Mar 20, 2007

CommVault, a provider of Unified Data Management solutions, has announced a channel distribution agreement with Israeli distributor, BenefIT Technologies.

Posted Mar 16, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS company, has announced the availability of NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry and NewsGator Go! for Java mobile RSS readers designed for BlackBerry and other Java-enabled mobile devices.

Posted Mar 16, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, Inc. has announced an OEM agreement with /n software, makers of RSSBus.

Posted Mar 09, 2007

Like its web counterpart, Content 2.0 is emerging in rapid fits and starts. There will be an evolution of electronic formats (and extinctions) via marketplace natural selection. Fundamental structural change is occurring in office documents, containers of 80% of all information. This happened first with ODF in OpenOffice and StarOffice 8, and now through OpenXML in Microsoft’s Office 2007.

Posted Mar 06, 2007

Wizzard Software has signed the final merger agreement for the acquisition of podcasting company Webmayhem Inc., dba Liberated Syndication, which will create a podcasting distribution network.

Posted Mar 02, 2007

IBM provided California State University, Long Beach with 200 WebAdapt2Me licenses and server software that integrates it with the campus’s existing web delivery environment.

Posted Feb 27, 2007

VeriSign, Inc., a provider of digital infrastructure for the networked world, has entered into a strategic alliance with Entriq, Inc., a company that provides pay media solutions to manage, protect, and monetize multimedia content worldwide.

Posted Feb 23, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS company, has expanded internationally with the launch of NewsGator Europe and the opening of its European headquarters in Amsterdam.

Posted Feb 20, 2007

Attensa, Inc., a developer of RSS software for businesses, has introduced significant enhancements to the Attensa Feed Server, a web feed server designed to distribute internal and external web feeds to users and groups behind the firewall.

Posted Feb 16, 2007

When news broke late last year that Microsoft was attempting to patent technologies related to Really Simple Syndication (RSS), it was met with outrage, fury, and countless cries of theft and corporate tyranny.

Posted Feb 15, 2007

ExtendMedia has announced an agreement with HP to develop and market new solutions for retailers of digital entertainment products to meet demand for broadband content and delivery.

Posted Feb 09, 2007

ExtraLabs Software has unveiled Feed Editor 4.1, a RSS editor that offers users a way to create and maintain RSS feeds and podcasts, now with 20% off the regular price.

Posted Feb 09, 2007

AIP Publishing Services has released a new service on its Scitation online platform.

Posted Feb 06, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, a RSS company, and Spanning Partners, founded in 2005 by former NewsGator VP Charlie Wood, have announced a partnership to deliver updates from the customer relationship management (CRM) system through NewsGator’s Enterprise RSS Solutions.

Posted Feb 02, 2007

Skinkers, a provider of push technology, has raised £2 million ($3.9 million) from its current shareholders to fund the launch of the Skinkers Live Delivery Network, a peer-to-peer network to support live video streaming and real-time notifications.

Posted Feb 02, 2007

Lijit Networks, Inc. has secured over $900,000 in funding from an investment syndicate including Colorado Fund I, managed by High Country Venture; Brad Feld, managing director of Foundry Group; Seth Goldstein, co-founder of, Majestic Research and ROOT Markets; and Paul Berberian, former CEO of Raindance Communications.

Posted Jan 30, 2007

Newstex, the Content On Demand company, has announced a major addition to the Blogs On Demand product with the addition of 164 blogs from b5media Inc., a global new media network delivering blogs on subjects ranging from entertainment and news to technology and sports.

Posted Jan 26, 2007

NotePage has announced a new release of FeedForAll. FeedForAll is software that allows webmasters and publishers to create, edit, and publish: RSS feeds, podcasts, and video podcasts.

Posted Jan 26, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, a RSS company, has released NewsGator Enterprise On-Demand, an enterprise RSS solution delivered via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model.

Posted Jan 26, 2007

The web has transformed the once lowly news release into a strategic marketing tool used by thousands of smart organizations to reach buyers directly. What was once a paper document (typically sent via fax and only to journalists) has morphed into a way for marketing and PR people to deliver messages directly to consumers and professionals alike. Now, the challenge is to write and distribute a release that will be read by all kinds of people with access to news releases online, not just a handful of journalists.

Posted Jan 25, 2007

OverDrive, a provider of digital media content distribution for libraries, has announced it will add download digital games and interactive software to its Digital Library Reserve service offering.

Posted Jan 23, 2007

Behavioral targeting is the hot topic this year among publishers and advertisers, and for good reason. I have been covering this approach to online advertising since core providers like Revenue Science and Tacoda emerged several years ago. The dark art of behavioral ad targeting (“BT” in the trade) started out as a hard sell because it was the kind of web technology that was difficult for clients to see in action and it relied on following users with ads in a way that feels a little creepy. BT may actually represent the natural evolution of interactive marketing, because it takes information from a user (her recent browsing patterns) and feeds back to her ads that are more relevant to her immediate needs and interests.

Posted Jan 23, 2007