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BitPass, Inc., a commerce platform for digital content and services, announced partnerships with Abacast, Inc. and Fast-Serv Technologies under which BitPass will integrate its payment system with the streaming infrastructure of the content delivery networks (CDNs) to facilitate the distribution of premium streaming content. BitPass has also announced BitPass Unplugged, a patent-pending, new service that is designed to give content providers the ability to charge for their podcasts.

Posted May 13, 2005

Factiva, a provider of digital business content and services to the enterprise, and NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS software platform company, have announced an agreement to jointly release enterprise RSS that will bring a business RSS solution to corporate users around the world. The agreement is designed to allow all existing Factiva customers to access their Factiva content via the NewsGator Online and NewsGator Microsoft Outlook RSS readers at no additional charge to their existing Factiva contracts.

Posted May 06, 2005

Limelight Networks has been selected by Microsoft as the content delivery network for Microsoft's Xbox Live, the online gaming service for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft.

Posted May 03, 2005

Speedera Networks Inc., a provider of on-demand distributed hosting and content delivery services, has announced Speedera SinoCDN, a service for in-country delivery of Web content within China.

Posted May 03, 2005

Akamai Technologies, Inc., a service provider for accelerating content and business processes online, has announced the general availability of Web Application Accelerator, a solution for accelerating Web-based enterprise applications.

Posted May 03, 2005

NXTbook Media (NBM), a provider of developing technology-based solutions for digital magazines, has introduced the NeXT generation of the NXTbook publishing platform, the NXTbook 2.0. The platform includes a new interface, faster page loading, enhanced searching capabilities, digital rights management and the ability to store text data in XML repositories.

Posted Apr 29, 2005

Helius, Inc., a provider of business class data broadcasting solutions, and Harris Corporation Broadcast Communications Division have announced that Harris will integrate Helius’ patented software with its H-Class Content Delivery Platform. The agreement is intended to create a new class of IP-ready video asset management products that extend the functionality of the platform’s asset management capabilities.

Posted Apr 26, 2005

NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS software platform company, has closed a third round of funding led by Masthead Venture Partners and with continuing support from existing investor Mobius Venture Capital. This brings the total capital raised by the company since June of 2004 to over $10 million.

Posted Apr 22, 2005

This article gives an overview of the various technologies through which end users can take advantage of the power of RSS feeds. It includes micro-reviews that highlight the pros and cons of a representative sample of RSS aggregation tools.

Posted Apr 22, 2005

iPressroom, which offers dynamic communications software tools and services to help organizations extend the impact of their public relations, corporate communications, and marketing programs, has added podcasting functionality to their application. The expanded capabilities are available to all organizations that currently use iPressroom to power their online media centers.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

Onfolio, Inc., an independent software company committed to helping students and professionals find and manage Web information, has announced the general availability of Onfolio 2.0. Onfolio 2.0 is a PC solution built into the browser with integrated tools for reading RSS news feeds, collecting and organizing online content, and publishing to email, weblogs, and Web sites.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

thePlatform, a provider of digital audio and video publishing solutions, has announced the release of thePlatform Media Publishing System (MPS) 5.0. thePlatform MPS is a digital media publishing solution, designed to enable content owners, aggregators, and enterprises to manage their digital media content once, and deliver it anywhere.

Posted Apr 19, 2005

At a time when anyone with a computer and a bit of Internet know-how can access an ever-expanding world of free content, you may wonder how fee-based content services survive. They are doing it through innovation and by finding ways to better aggregate, filter, and deliver content in ways that the free Internet does not offer.

Posted Apr 18, 2005

Let’s take the most lucrative sector of Web content during the last five years—search engines—and flip things around. Instead of using a search engine to sift through years of old data to find the piece you want, what if the data you need was searching for you? The concept of pushing timely, relevant information to a user is not new, of course. CBS MarketWatch and others have developed some excellent systems for notifying subscribers of breaking news, mainly through email and increasingly via RSS feeds for a kind of personalized wire service. Nevertheless, until now, most of these alert mechanisms have been brand-specific, limited to one delivery mechanism, or delivered only unwieldy gushers of headlines.

Posted Apr 18, 2005

KnowNow Inc., a provider of event-driven integration solutions, and Syndic8, a directory of syndicated news feeds, have announced a strategic relationship that will deliver live RSS updates to Syndic8’s user base. Under the terms of the agreement, Syndic8 has licensed the KnowNow 3 Web Syndication Solution with SpeedReader, a Web-based, event-driven RSS aggregator.

Posted Apr 15, 2005

Mirror Image Internet, a provider of content delivery solutions, has announced a partnership with On2 Technologies, a video compression technology firm. Together, the companies will be delivering the On2 Video Java player to advertising customers worldwide using Mirror Image’s global Content Access Point network for online content, application, and transaction delivery.

Posted Apr 12, 2005

Newstex, a Content On Demand company, has announced the availability of instant, full-text newsfeeds, giving content distributors and enterprise customers access to tailored newsfeeds from branded newswires, newspapers, magazines, financial and business sources, official government feeds, and weblogs.

Posted Apr 12, 2005

RealNetworks and Accordent Technologies have partnered in an effort to provide educators and instructional designers with a set of tools for creating a variety of streaming media experiences for students and publishing these directly into the BlackBoard Learning System. The new tools, collectively known as Accordent’s BlackBoard Integration Suite, are designed to enable non-technical content authors to save time and reduce complexity by automating the otherwise manual process of making streaming media presentations available to students within the BlackBoard Learning System.

Posted Apr 12, 2005

Akamai Technologies, Inc., a service provider for accelerating content and business processes online, confirmed that Paul Sagan has assumed the role of chief executive officer of Akamai. Sagan holds the title of president & CEO, and also serves on the company's board of directors.

Posted Apr 08, 2005

FeedBurner has announced, via a company blog, that it has completed a $7 million second round of financing for the company. Mobius Venture Capital led the round and was joined by new investor Sutter Hill Ventures and existing investors Portage Venture Partners and Draper Fisher Jurvetson.

Posted Apr 05, 2005

Orb Networks, Inc., a developer of streaming media software and services, has announced the company’s streaming media software, Orb Media, will now be free to all users.

Posted Apr 01, 2005

Cadmus Communications Corporation has announced the release of a Macintosh compatible version of its 3Path Digital Content Delivery System. The Mac version runs on Mac OS X v10.2.8 and v10.3.

Posted Apr 01, 2005

MPEG NATION, a division of Digital Silo, Inc., a provider of integrated content delivery and streaming media services, has announced a new service designed to quickly encode and stream consumer and commercial video content via its worldwide content delivery network.

Posted Apr 01, 2005

Despite displays getting smaller, brighter, and more energy-efficient, they pale in comparison to the portability, readability, and feel of paper—still the medium of choice for the printed word. The electronic version of old faithful, epaper, may promise a new chapter in content delivery. geoff daily

Posted Mar 31, 2005

NXTbook Media (NBM), a technology-based company that provides multimedia digital publishing solutions, has selected Mirror Image Internet Inc.’s content delivery solution in an effort to reliably deliver its clients’ digital publications to readers all over the world.

Posted Mar 29, 2005

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