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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

BBC Director-General Greg Dyke has announced that the BBC plans to open up its archive to make material available to the general public. The BBC Creative Archive would make selected BBC material universally and freely available for private, not commercial, use in the UK.

Posted Aug 26, 2003

Thanks to an innovative digitization project adopted by the British Library, appropriately called Turning the Pages (TTP), patrons are now able to digitally view collections of priceless rare books.

Posted Aug 19, 2003

Swets Blackwell and Gale have formed a distribution agreement across Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).

Posted Jul 29, 2003

Hardcopy editions of The Guardian and The Observer are now globally available on the day of publication via Satellite Newspapers' print-on-demand newspaper vending machines.

Posted Jul 15, 2003

Satellite Newspapers Worldwide has announced that the company has transferred the exclusive rights to market and distribute the Satellite Newspaper KiOSK system in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Central America and the Caribean Islands.

Posted Jul 01, 2003

There is a strong case for everyday organizations to syndicate their content. Producing high-quality content for a Web site is expensive, so why not realize more value from it by distributing the information as widely as possible?

Posted Jun 19, 2003

Before the Web brought real-time information to everyone, there was a dramatic distinction in what was considered financial news and information. Now the separation simply doesn’t exist.

Posted Jun 09, 2003

Doonesbury.com, the Web site and home of the comic strip Doonesbury will now be available exclusively in Slate, the online magazine, forming a union between the satire of Garry Trudeau and Slate's opinion journalism.

Posted May 27, 2003

SecureNet Asia Limited, a provider of ebusiness security solutions, has announced a reseller agreement with Authentica Inc., a provider of information security software for digital business communications.

Posted May 27, 2003

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), the leading developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, and Ferramentas de Busca Ltda., a Brazilian systems integrator, have formed an agreement upon which Ferramentas de Busca will become FAST's lead distributor of FAST Data Search throughout Brazil.

Posted May 23, 2003

Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that Le Monde, a French newspaper, is now available for electronic searching and article retrieval through Dialog NewsRoom.

Posted May 20, 2003

Digital Fountain, provider of data-delivery solutions, has announced that Sumitomo Electric Networks, a Japanese provider of Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) and Fiber Optic network equipment, is licensing Digital Fountain's Meta-Content technology.

Posted May 16, 2003

Seattle Book Company is launching Version 2.0 of its Express ePublishing System as an integrated conversion and distribution system.

Posted May 16, 2003

The Sacramento Bee, serving the capital of California and surrounding regions, will now offer readers digital copies of the printed editions on a desktop or laptop without being connected to the Internet.

Posted May 13, 2003

The Wall Street Journal Online will make news summaries and stock quotes available to users of America Online's Instant Messenger services, including members of AOL, AOL Instant Messenger service, and Enterprise AIM services.

Posted May 13, 2003

In the wake of Napster and other such fallen heroes to the fans of freebies, a new leader has emerged—Kazaa. Kazaa has done a lot right: It is free, it offers a wide variety of entertainment for download, and it has strategically based itself in geographically remote locations that left it untouchable legally—or so it seemed.

Posted Apr 30, 2003

Meredith Interactive, the division of Meredith Corporation responsible for its Web sites, and AT&T Corp. have announced a content distribution agreement where Meredith Interactive will license select online content to AT&T Corp.

Posted Apr 29, 2003

FinancialContent, Inc. has entered into a licensing agreement with the San Francisco Chronicle, a Northern California newspaper publisher. The San Francisco Chronicle will license FinancialContent's Studio 3.0 to power the financial channel of SFGate.com.

Posted Mar 21, 2003

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