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Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has announced that beginning in March 2004 a number of its titles will be available as eBooks through netLibrary, a division of OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.

Posted Feb 24, 2004

Endeavor Information Systems has announced the development of ENCompass for Journals OnSite (EJOS), a system that is designed to provide a single point of access for the storage, searching, and browsing of locally-held journal content from multiple publishers.

Posted Feb 10, 2004

It’s easy to understand that when multiple users try to create, share, analyze, and store data, problems can surely escalate. Hence the evolution of content analysis tools, designed to meet the challenges of handling and understanding the use of information found not only on public Web sites, but also company intranets, extranets, and portals.

Posted Feb 09, 2004

NewspaperDirect, a technology company specializing in the global delivery of printed and online replicas of same-day of newspapers, has expanded its roster of publishing partners by signing agreements with two daily newspapers, the Toronto Star and Boston Herald.

Posted Feb 06, 2004

Ingenta Inc. has launched a unified alerting service which searches and delivers alerts across the content available via www.ingenta.com and www.ingentaselect.com, including electronic full-text and fax and Ariel formatted titles.

Posted Jan 13, 2004

Wayport, a provider of Wi-Fi wireless and wired Internet access for business travelers in locations such as hotels, airports, and McDonald's restaurants, has announced that it will offer USA TODAY in digital format for free for three consecutive days to travelers who connect at Wayport-enabled partner locations nationwide, through an agreement with USA TODAY and NewsStand, Inc.

Posted Jan 13, 2004

NewspaperDirect, a technology company specializing in the digital delivery of same-day editions of newspapers, will be launching a digital newspaper service for libraries.

Posted Dec 19, 2003

Create!form, Inc., a Bottomline Technologies Company, has announced the release of Create!stream version 3.0.

Posted Dec 16, 2003

ProQuest Information and Learning has signed a new agreement with The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) to distribute the full text of the medical journal electronically to libraries, hospitals, and educational institutions.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

ProQuest Information and Learning has announced an agreement with Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt, a German economic and financial news publishing group.

Posted Dec 09, 2003

Wayport, a provider of high-speed Wi-Fi wireless and wired Internet access in hotels, airports, and McDonald's restaurants, has announced that it will offer free downloads of the full-content electronic edition of The New York Times to travelers using its service at partner locations nationwide, through an agreement with NewsStand, Inc.

Posted Dec 05, 2003

U.S. News & World Report and Zinio Systems, Inc., a provider of digital magazine production, distribution, and circulation solutions, have announced an agreement to digitally produce and deliver the news magazine globally.

Posted Nov 21, 2003

Comtex News Network, Inc., a wholesaler of electronic real-time news and content, has announced a new, expanded strategic alliance with one of its distributors, Pinnacor Inc., a provider of business and financial information and analytical applications.

Posted Nov 11, 2003

It all sounds so familiar. If online users won’t buy content in the usual offline model of subscribing to individual titles, let’s try aggregating a number of top offline brands and sell ’em all for one low monthly price.

Posted Nov 11, 2003

NewspaperDirect, a technology company specializing in the global delivery and local printing of same-day editions of newspapers from around the world, has expanded its domestic service on the East Coast through an exclusive New York metro distribution deal with Mitchell's News, an independent newspaper delivery company.

Posted Nov 04, 2003

Navio, Inc., a digital commerce service provider, has announced a solution for record labels and game makers designed to establish reliable revenue streams in the mobile market.

Posted Oct 28, 2003

The American Chemical Society (ACS) Publications Division will offer free online access to hundreds of articles on atmospheric chemistry and current issues of publications in celebration of National Chemistry Week, Oct. 19-25.

Posted Oct 21, 2003

NewspaperDirect, a technology company specializing in the global delivery and local printing of same-day editions of newspapers, has expanded its roster of publishing partners.

Posted Oct 03, 2003

Speedera Networks has announced the introduction of Smart Storage Manager, a policy-based storage management service that is designed to enable companies to place the most popular streaming media and downloadable content on a globally distributed network of servers, closer to users.

Posted Sep 16, 2003

TheStreet.com, Inc., a multimedia provider of financial commentary, research, analysis, and news and Bloomberg, a financial news and information company, have signed an agreement to distribute TheStreet.com products to Bloomberg financial professional users worldwide, via the Bloomberg Professional Service.

Posted Sep 16, 2003

FluentMedia, a content-licensing agency of Tribune Company, has been chosen by the Media Management Center (MMC) at Northwestern University to supply news and commentary to MediaInfoCenter.org (www.mediainfocenter.org).

Posted Sep 16, 2003

Context Media, Inc., a provider of content integration software, has announced that CMP Media LLC, a high-technology B2B multimedia company, has selected Context Media Interchange Suite to power a new content syndication offering.

Posted Sep 12, 2003

Entrepreneur.com has announced partnerships with AOL, Microsoft Central, BusinessWeek Online, SmartMoney.com, and Wall Street Journal's StartupJournal.com.

Posted Sep 05, 2003

Meredith Interactive, the division of Meredith Corporation responsible for its Web sites, has announced an expanded relationship with AT&T Worldnet Service in which Meredith Interactive will license its food content, including its kitchen-tested recipes from the Better Homes and Gardens Recipe Center, to AT&T.

Posted Sep 05, 2003

It is a case of musical Darwinism. When your career spans decades, it is inevitable that you have adapted to the times in order to survive. Such is the case with Metallica and Pearl Jam who have both made major strides in adapting to the use of the Internet for digitally distributing their music.

Posted Aug 29, 2003

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