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Yahoo updated its app today to include technology from recently acquired "summary" startup Summly.
Trapit launched its new publisher suite today, the startup's first business-to-business product that publishers and brands can use to create personalized, more engaging reading experiences.
Thom Yorke still hates the music industry, but he's already had a huge hand in changing it.
In what would become a very expensive game of musical chairs, Google is interested in making a $50 million investment into music video service Vevo.
A: Yes. And every author will enjoy the benefits of an in-built audience.
The founder of Buzzfeed found success by ignoring Google search results and focusing obsessively on getting people to share content.
Wikia is raising $11 million to support its growing network of pop culture wikis.
Many content publishers looking for new revenue streams have experimented with paywalls, with mixed success. But if you've got content that people are willing to pay for, paywalls can work very well indeed.
Editor's Pick Data harvester 3taps is countersuing Craigslist to save the internet. Believe it or not, that just might not be an overstatement.
"Craiglist was an innovator at one time," says 3taps chief executive Greg Kidd. "But time has moved on, and the concept of what the open web is today has evolved."
Tagwhat introduces new publishing features.
GENWI hooks extra $2M to distribute content to mobile devices.
Less than a week after yanking its cable TV shows from the web, Viacom has restored access to them, which is cause for celebration among many cord cutters and DirecTV subscribers.
Last week, satellite TV service provider DirecTV was forced …
It may have taken a while, but the age of web portal dominance is finally starting to show visible signs of erosion.
For the first time, media and advertising startup Glam Media now has a higher global audience reach than …
Pulse, a customized news aggregation service for mobile devices, is adding support for video content, the company announced today.
Most video aggregation/curation services I’ve experienced are either really good at collecting content that can be viewed elsewhere, or they are …
Amazon signed new licensing agreement with MGM Studios that will bring hundreds of movies and TV shows to its Prime streaming video service, the company announced today.
Amazon Prime Members, the $79 annual service offering access to free shipping on …
Facebook added more categories to its “Download Your Information” feature Thursday, which the social network touts as an important part of protecting your own privacy.
Now you’re able to access and download more data than just messages and photos. You’ll …
What happens when a public relations firm sobers up and realizes it actually has limits? When it realizes clients could benefit from content it doesn’t have the bandwidth to provide? This is a serious question that plagued the founders of …
Online magazine publisher Zinio has raised a an investment round of $20 million, according to documents filed with the SEC.
Zinio lets magazine publishers who don’t want to build their own mobile apps distribute their content on devices such as …
Google has officially announced plans to bring a slew of original content to YouTube, backed by some big names, but the news could also be huge for Google TV.
The company’s smart TV platform could certainly use a killer product …