RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Online Advertising

A collection of news and information related to Online Advertising published by this site and its partners.

Top Online Advertising Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • eSports viewership rivals traditional TV

    GamerHub.tv The global market for video game competitions known as eSports is booming, with viewership rivaling traditional sports in some regards. Viewers watched 2.4 billion hours of eSports video in 2013, according to a new study from IHS Technology....
  • Craigslist rape trial begins

    Craigslist rape trial begins
    Jurors watched a 12-minute video Tuesday of a Woodstock man engaged in sex acts with a woman who prosecutors say was one of eight he sexually assaulted — but what happened off-camera may be central to whether the jury finds him guilty. Charles...
  • Food Lion will give $20 to frequent shoppers

    Food Lion will give $20 to frequent shoppers
    Food Lion shoppers can earn a coupon for $20 off of a purchase over the next seven weeks.  During the "Shop, Collect and Earn" promotion, which runs through April 15, shoppers can earn a $20 coupon by following these steps:  - Spend $40 or more in one...
  • Publicis Group CEO Maurice Levy Tapped To Keynote At MipTV

    PARIS- Maurice Levy, the CEO of Paris-based advertising and communications conglom Publicis Groupe, is set to deliver a keynote at MipTV, the international TV showcase. Maurice Levy will discuss how TV and advertising are increasingly facing challenges -...
  • Two West Siders accused of sex trafficking underage girls

    Two West Siders accused of sex trafficking underage girls
    A man and a woman from Chicago's West Side are accused of the sex trafficking of two underage runaway girls in 2012, federal authorities said today. Arnell Chase Misher, 30, and Braundii Young, also known as "Boochie", 22, both of the 100 block of North...
  • Report: 'Blue Chip' Brands Are Still Big Advertisers on Popular Piracy Sites

    The Digital Citizens Alliance, a nonprofit organization set up to highlight consumer perils from the trafficking in pirated goods online, says in a new report that nearly 30% of large websites that traffic heavily in infringing movies, TV shows and...
  • NBC Universal, FX Chiefs Call for Increased Anti-Piracy Measures

    Internet gatekeepers like Google may have made strides to combat content piracy, but there's room for improvement. That was the message from Rick Cotton, senior counselor of IP protection at NBC Universal, and John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks, at a...
  • Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service

    Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google has unveiled an ambitious plan to expand its blazing-fast Internet service to millions of people in 34 more U.S. cities in the clearest sign yet that the Internet giant plans to challenge cable and phone companies in what...
  • 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' spins web over Super Bowl audience

    'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' spins web over Super Bowl audience
    Spider-Man swept the competition at the Super Bowl. The promotion for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" was the most effective commercial that aired during Sunday's broadcast of the Super Bowl, according to a survey by MovieTickets.com. The company, which...
  • NBC Embraces Online Coverage for Olympics -- Finally

    As NBCUniversal prepares for its 18-day onslaught of Winter Olympics coverage starting Thursday, it'll be rolling out a revised Olympics game plan that brings it up to speed with the fast-changing media world. Some aspects of the Sochi Games will be...
  • Alzheimers disease: Later onset means slower progression

    Source: UC San Diego Health System whatdoctorsknow.com The greatest risk factor for Alzheimer's disease (AD) is advancing age. By age 85, the likelihood of developing the dreaded neurological disorder is roughly 50 percent. But researchers at the...