New York ad startup BiScience’s new product, AdClarity, monitors 5.1 million ads in over two million campaigns from over 300,000 advertisers on over 7,000 publishers’ sites.
Was Apple the grand ring leader in a nefarious e-book price-fixing scheme with top publishers? We’re about to find out.
“Apple has not ‘conspired’ with anyone, was not aware of any alleged ‘conspiracy’ by others, and never fixed prices,” the company stated in a reply to the suit.
In what’s surely a win for lovers of long-form journalism (or needlessly long rant-filled blog posts), Amazon has just rolled out a new “Send to Kindle” button for online publications to embed into their websites.
It’s a hunka hunka burning money, folks. And it’s all about HTML5 for tablets and smartphones. Still got suspicious minds? Read on.
Boundless denies allegations from major textbook publishers that its free online textbooks represent a copyright violation.
Google and news publishers in Germany are going to have more problems before this all gets figured out, and this recent legislation is a complete waste of time.
“Smart Data” startup Sailthru raised $19 million to grow its platform, which sends customized marketing content to millions.
Gravity is inescapable, especially if we’re talking about the content personalization startup that goes by the same name.
Native advertising is what Facebook is doing when it shows sponsored posts, or what Twitter engages in with promoted tweets. Here’s a native ad platform for all publishers.
As a struggling Chartbeat addict, I can tell you that watching the number of people flooding onto your site or story can be a rush. But like any great high, it fades too fast, especially when you can’t figure out how to keep them coming back.
Like a match made in social data heaven, social ad targeting startup 33Across announced today that it has snapped up Tynt Multimedia, a company that helps publishers track reader engagement through the age old technique of copy and paste.
Online publishing is about to get a lot smoother for publishers. Whether that’s a good thing for readers is another question, however.
The online comment is a troubled entity, often abused or under-appreciated by the anonymous masses. But Facebook thinks there’s a better way.
Publishers, rejoice. Facebook has just gifted you and your reporters with an early Christmas present packaged in a powerful new tool called the Subscribe button.
Apple is once again in hot water with the European Commission, this time over its pricing strategies with e-book publishers.
Skimlinks automatically converts product references in blog posts into affiliate sales links. The London startup just closed a funding round of $4.5 led by Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments, the investment arm of media giant Bertelsmann AG.
After years of turning the traditional brick-and-mortar bookstore business on its head, online retail giant Amazon is now taking aim at the publishing business by getting writers to ditch their publishers in favor of Amazon.
MeMeTales wants to make reading “the funnest thing ever.” Yep, the funnest. The mobile application launched its publishing product today, with the intent of roping kids into a love of reading.
Imagine a classroom living inside your textbook, constantly chattering and available to answer your questions. That’s what digital textbook creator Inkling wants to bring students with its announcement of social functions for its iPad app.
Guest Post There are numerous comparisons between Google’s new Google+ social offering and Facebook, but most of them miss the mark. Google knows the social train has left the station and there is a very slim chance of catching up with Facebook’s 750 million active users. However, Twitter’s position as a broadcast platform for 21 million active publishers is a much more achievable goal for Google to reach.
Independent developer Markus Persson, better known by his Twitter handle, @notch, has sold 1 million copies of Minecraft, a first-person free-roaming game where players can build basically anything.
Image Space Media, formerly Picad Media, has raised an additional $1 million from existing investors, according to an SEC filing.