RHD Follows Idearc Into Chapter 11

Today R.H. Donnelley made an announcement that is unlikely to be much of a surprise. The company said it has "filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for…

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Initial Thoughts on Google Wave

The blogosphere and tech media have been abuzz over the past 24 hours about Google's new communication platform, Wave. It's essentially a new way to communicate online that Australian creators Lars and Jens Rasmussen (brought us Google Maps) position as…

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CBS Adds Mobile to Outdoor Advertising

CBS Outdoor announced that it will offer its advertisers the capability to add SMS calls to action to their outdoor campaigns. According to the release: The program, called txt2go, will include a text keyword on advertiser signage that the public…

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Search Engine Developments

Thought your online searching habits had settled into a predictable routine? Well, think again. We’re on the verge of another big upheaval in search technology and options. Item: Google has put its new browser, Chrome, on the fast track to…

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Observations on OpenTable’s IPO

OpenTable, the elite restaurant reservation service linked to hundreds of local media and organizational Web sites such as Citysearch and Superpages.com, defied naysayers last Thursday with a successful IPO that ended its first day at $28.71, 44 percent above its…

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WMS ’09: Coverage Roundup

There was a great deal of valuable content and takeaways from last week's Winning Media Strategies conference. In case you weren't able to attend or catch any of the webcast, here is a roundup of our own coverage (also see…

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Mediaweek Coverage of WMS

Mediaweek's Katy Bachman was front and center at this week's Winning Media Strategies conference in Washington, D.C. (thanks for all the questions from the front row, Katy). She wrote yesterday about BIA/Kelsey mobile forecast data and some themes that emerged…

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