MTV to pimp “Ride” online

MTV to pimp “Ride” online
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – MTV Networks said Wednesday it will launch a virtual world next week for “Pimp My Ride” to complement its online “Laguna Beach” and “Virtual Hills” offerings.[Lees verder]

Schoolgirls bullied into stripping online
TORONTO (Reuters) – Bullies are no longer content to taunt their victims in the playground but are turning to cyberspace, according to Canadian researchers.[Lees verder]

Viacom signs on Intel, Pepsi as mobile advertisers
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Media conglomerate Viacom Inc. said on Wednesday its MTV Networks signed on Intel Corp. and Pepsi-Cola North America as the first advertising sponsors for its programs delivered on cell phones.[Lees verder]

Dialing for Idols; impatient fans turn to Internet
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Jim Hellriegel can’t sing and is too old to compete on “American Idol” but his home-grown Web site is attracting hordes of fans who can’t wait 24 hours to find out which aspiring pop star is going home each week.[Lees verder]

Web-watching the widget way
NEW YORK (Reuters) – From tracking stock portfolios and mortgage rates to menstrual cycles and baby due dates, widgets are the latest Web wonder to hit desktops.[Lees verder]

Spain’s Cuatro launches YouTube web portal
MADRID (Reuters) – Spanish television channel Cuatro is launching a portal on Google’s YouTube, showing clips of the broadcaster’s most popular programs to try and build a young audience in and outside Spain.[Lees verder]

Blame sales for those computer security breaches
LONDON (Reuters) – Junior sales staff are most likely to be responsible for technological security breaches at work, according to a British survey.[Lees verder]

In unusual step, Bush cites Iraqi bloggers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In an unusual step, President George W. Bush cited a pair of Iraqi bloggers on Wednesday to try to bolster his case that his troop buildup in Iraq is making progress.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to feature McClatchy international news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. will offer international news from reporters working with U.S. newspaper publisher McClatchy Co., including a blog written by Iraqi staffers, the companies said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

MTV to pimp “Ride” online
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – MTV Networks said Wednesday it will launch a virtual world next week for “Pimp My Ride” to complement its online “Laguna Beach” and “Virtual Hills” offerings.[Lees verder]

Schoolgirls bullied into stripping online
TORONTO (Reuters) – Bullies are no longer content to taunt their victims in the playground but are turning to cyberspace, according to Canadian researchers.[Lees verder]

Viacom signs on Intel, Pepsi as mobile advertisers
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Media conglomerate Viacom Inc. said on Wednesday its MTV Networks signed on Intel Corp. and Pepsi-Cola North America as the first advertising sponsors for its programs delivered on cell phones.[Lees verder]

Dialing for Idols; impatient fans turn to Internet
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Jim Hellriegel can’t sing and is too old to compete on “American Idol” but his home-grown Web site is attracting hordes of fans who can’t wait 24 hours to find out which aspiring pop star is going home each week.[Lees verder]

Web-watching the widget way
NEW YORK (Reuters) – From tracking stock portfolios and mortgage rates to menstrual cycles and baby due dates, widgets are the latest Web wonder to hit desktops.[Lees verder]

Spain’s Cuatro launches YouTube web portal
MADRID (Reuters) – Spanish television channel Cuatro is launching a portal on Google’s YouTube, showing clips of the broadcaster’s most popular programs to try and build a young audience in and outside Spain.[Lees verder]

Blame sales for those computer security breaches
LONDON (Reuters) – Junior sales staff are most likely to be responsible for technological security breaches at work, according to a British survey.[Lees verder]

In unusual step, Bush cites Iraqi bloggers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In an unusual step, President George W. Bush cited a pair of Iraqi bloggers on Wednesday to try to bolster his case that his troop buildup in Iraq is making progress.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to feature McClatchy international news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. will offer international news from reporters working with U.S. newspaper publisher McClatchy Co., including a blog written by Iraqi staffers, the companies said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

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