Roostie, a new music website to help unsigned bands promote their material, has launched in the UK this week.
eBay Advertising has launched the Motoring Services Hub , an integrated online hub that showcases a wide range of motoring-related services, offers, and special deals from partners .
With online video now firmly established in the UK with the likes of YouTube and BBC’s iPlayer, what lies ahead for the humble TV? With Google TV and Project Canvas set to take IPTV mainstream Tom Cape, Managing Director of Capablue, takes a look at the new opportunities for pay TV”
With the world’s eyes on London Fashion Week, online interaction with some of Britain’s leading luxury clothing names will be at a peak. However, research conducted by global domain name marketplace, Sedo, has shown that some of the UK’s best loved fashion names have failed to secure ownership of their relevant web addresses, losing sight … [Read more…]
Britain recently passed the 500-million mark for digital music downloads, and figures out this year suggest another record total in 2010, according to the Official Charts Company (OCC).
This month’s movers and shakers in the digital industry: OpenAmplify | Turner Classic Movies | AudienceScience | ADTECH | Search goes mobile | Quorn | atmAd | R.O.EYE | Mobile Fun | 192 | TagMan | Code Computerlove | Sports Revolution | Eloqua | Struq | Coca-Cola | Linkshare | Adconion | Prezzybox | smartclip … [Read more…]
The Honey Monster will re-appear on TV screens today in the first adverts for Honey Waffles in a campaign by Havas-owned media planning and buying agency, Arena Media.
Consumerchoices.co.uk, a leading provider of comparison sites and services, has launched a telecoms comparison service in partnership with PriceRunner.co.uk.
This week, the UK Government set out its plans to enforce the controversial Digital Economy Act, which gives them the power to send warning letters to web users who download content illegally. The plans however, involve copyright holders and ISPs footing the bill. Here’s some of the responses”
As part of a major shake-up in UK marketing regulation, UK firms will soon have to ensure content on their websites and social network pages comply with the same rules as their paid-for advertising. But how will this be policed? And with brand sites now carrying their own press releases and staff blogs, just what’s … [Read more…]