Magazine publisher IPC Media has launched 34 brands on Amazon’s recently launched Kindle Fire.
BBC Ceefax, the world’s first teletext service, has shut down as part of the UK analogue signal termination today.
Visits to major search engines in the UK fell for the first time this year, with sports terms such as BBC Sport proving more popular than Olympic specific search keywords, according to new data.
The Associated Press (AP) has launched its live video news service ‘AP Video Hub’, with The Daily Telegraph becoming one of the first publishers to use the service.
Nearly a quarter (24%) of all Brits used the web to watch the Olympics, while 14% used social media to catch up on the action, according to new research.
As high street shops suffer as people stay at home to watch the Olympics, online shopping network Shopping.com reports a sharp increase in online traffic, particularly for sports and fitness gear.
The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games has set the record for the most number of views in a single day on the BBC’s iPlayer catch-up platform.
Nearly one in ten (9%) of all consumers searching for the Olympics opening ceremony went direct to Facebook, making it the main beneficiary of all the searches on the night the London 2012 games began, according to new research.
BBC Sport has launched a Facebook application offering audiences live streams of major sports events, including Wimbledon and up to 24 streams of Olympics coverage.
Last month, Procter & Gamble embarked on the company’s biggest campaign in its 174 year history, using its Olympic sponsor status to push an emotive message celebrating mothers worldwide (a key demographic for the FMCG brand). See below why it’s our video viral of the week…