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Global news trends: BuzzFeed, Vice and Huff Post catching BBC and CNN

Digital-focussed media companies like The Huffington Post and BuzzFeed are threatening the dominance of traditional online news organisations like the BBC and CNN, a new report has found.

17/06/2015  |  Full story...

Twitter vs. news agencies- which is best for breaking news?

Despite its phenomenal growth in recent years as a social news and information feed, Twitter is still trumped by traditional news agencies when it comes to breaking news first, according to a new report.

09/07/2013  |  Full story...

Mashable to sell to CNN for $200m?

Popular social media news site Mashable.com is reportedly mulling a sale to global news network CNN for up to $200m. Scottish founder Pete Cashmore, who set up the technology news website as a teenager in 2005, is reportedly in talks with the Time Warner-owned firm, according to a report in Reuters.


14/03/2012  |  Full story...

Top 10 video sites in Australia

Australian YouTube viewers watched an average of 70 videos per viewer in May, while the Australian Broadcasting Corp. attracted the most videos viewed among news sites, according to new research. The report, from comScore, showed that more than 10.7 million Australian Internet users watched online video in May, with viewers averaging more than 10 hours of total viewing time during the month.

18/07/2011  |  Full story...

Twitter buys Tweetdeck after bidding war- report

Twitter has reportedly purchased UK-based social media app Tweetdeck for $40m, as the micro-blogging site looks to clamp down on thrid party apps. CNN cites unnamed sources that the deal was signed on Monday.

Back in February it was reported that UberMedia, which owns other Twitter apps, might buy Tweetdeck, but the deal was never finalised. At the same time Twitter denied access to UberMedia apps UberTwitter and twidroyd, saying that there had been policy violations.

25/05/2011


25/05/2011  |  Full story...

CNN ‘buys’ popular Twitter account

CNN has taken over the popular @cnnbrk Twitter account, gaining almost a million followers in the process, writes netimperative. The account, owned by London-based web developer James Cox, is one the largest on Twitter with more than 947,000 followers.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but as Twitter prohibits the sale of accounts, CNN said the move is not an "acquisition". Instead, the company has hired James Cox on a consultant contract agreement, which included the transfer of the account as part of its conditions. The company said any financial compensation due to Cox is being offered for his services, which includes his Twitter account along with teaching social media workshops.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com, 16/04/09

16/04/2009

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