PagesJaunes Takes Huge Online Risk

Pagesjaunes France has announced it will take a dramatic pricing approach in its largest urban markets where it will cut print costs by 20 percent while raising online costs on average by 50 percent. The goal of the pricing program…

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Closing the Book on ILM:07

It is hard for me to comprehend, but we are finally finished with ILM:07. We were grateful to have had 650 interesting and enthusiastic attendees from all over the world, 72 stimulating speakers, a full load of sponsors and an…

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MyYahoo! Gets a Boost; 360 Gets the Boot

MyYahoo!, Yahoo!'s personal home page and news reader, was redesigned earlier this year and available as an opt-in upgrade in beta. Today I logged in to discover my page has been automatically upgraded, suggesting either a coming out of beta,…

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Concerns About Selective Technology

New research from Edison Media shows that television (broadcast, cable, satellite, premium) and the Internet are the most essential media to respondents' lives in 2007. Both radio and newspapers declined between the current survey and one conducted in 2002. According…

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Sulzberger: An All Digital NYTimes?

New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. was quoted in Israeli newspaper Haaretz as saying he wouldn't care if The Times ceased print publishing in five years. More specifically, when asked at the World Economic Forum whether he foresees The…

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