New “Mobizines” from Forbes and

According to MocoNews, Forbes and are the latest companies to launch Mobizines. Mobizines are more sophisticated than traditional mobile Web sites, in that they require you download an application […]

Is Google the King Of All Media?

And here we thought the king of all media was Howard Stern. At OMMA Hollywood, panelists debated whether or not Google will continue to take over the media world, including […]

How to generate successful web 2.0 color palette

I’m now working on my blog redesign and I spend a lot of time to thinking what is the most important things to build successful web 2.0 site , any […]

Breaking: Starz Sues Disney for Breach of Contract

Starz Entertainment, which counts the popular Vongo movie download service among its brands, is suing Disney for copyright infringement and breach of contract. Previously, Starz claims that they signed an […]

MTV Launches Latino Mobile Channel

AppScout is reporting that MTV just launched MTV Tr3s Mobile, a mobile channel targeted to the Latino youth market. “MTV Tr3s mobile features popular American artists, as well as Latino […]

BusinessWeek Ambivalent on Apple TV

Echoing some of the concerns we had the other day, BusinessWeek has an insightful article on Apple’s new TV box. If you like idea of taking movies and TV shows […]

Blodget: Google Will Buy Spot Runner

Blogger and former securities analyst Henry Blodget thinks that Google should purchase Spot Runner, as reported in this CNET News story. Spot Runner lets local businesses buy unsold TV ad […]

Fox News To Push Citizen Journalism

Fox News just launched uReport (no relation to CNN’s I-Report, we presume). UReport lets people send in images and videos from either their desktops or their cell phones. Let’s say […]

Mobile Marketing Software Vendors Team Up

Media deals between studios and cell phone carriers grab all the headlines. But other deals also occur behind the scenes, setting up the software to make it all happen. In […]

Apple TV to Beat TiVo and Netflix?

In what is probably a minor case of wishful thinking, InformationWeek is reporting that ThinkEquity Partners financial analyst Jonathan Hoopes “foresees some 25% to 70% of the 22 million Mac […]