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Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below.

Intelligence Report – 12/06/2010
By Mark Glaser & Corbin Hiar

NEWS

Groupon spurns $6 billion offer from Google
Branson vs. Murdoch in iPad-only publications
Salon looks for possible buyer
Bubble 2.0? Massive valuations for Twitter, Facebook

RESEARCH

BIA/Kelsey: Mobile, geo-targeted ads ready to boom
Gartner: Tablet sales eating into PC sales

 

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Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below.

Intelligence Report – 10/25/2010
By Mark Glaser & Corbin Hiar

NEWS

Google, Apple have monster earnings as ad sales soar
AP helps build apps, rights clearinghouse
Facebook makes Bing deal, Skype integration
Starbucks goes hyper-hyper local

RESEARCH

eMarketer: Mobile ad market to top $1 billion in ’11
Perfect Market: Serious news = higher CPMs

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Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below.

Intelligence Report – 10/11/2010
By Mark Glaser & Corbin Hiar

NEWS

AOL buys TechCrunch in shopping spree
@DickC in charge at Twitter, adds Promoted Accounts
Boston.com to do separate free, pay sites
Mobile Roundup: iPad boom; new Verizon iPhone?

RESEARCH

MediaVest: Finding the right time, place to advertise online
Google: 50% of targeted ads sold in real-time by 2015

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Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below.

Intelligence Report – 9/27/2010
By Mark Glaser & Corbin Hiar

NEWS

Twitter upgrades site experience for users and, potentially, advertisers
NY Times’ digital revenues up, but challenges remain
Foursquare returns fire on Facebook with upgrade
Publishers haggle with Apple over subscription split

RESEARCH

Pew: Search, social driving growth in news consumption
InMobi: Nokia is global leader in mobile ads

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This was my write up of the first of a handful of great panel discussions I saw at CGI.

In a candid session on energy and the environment at the Clinton Global Initiative yesterday, the world’s lead climate negotiator Christiana Figueres explained why her organization, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC), had made so little progress in establishing international climate protection regulations. She suggested that there were two main reasons for the climate negotiations stalemate: Tensions between developed and developing countries and-surprisingly, given that she was sharing the stage with green entrepreneur Richard Branson-businesses.

According to the Costa Rican executive director of UNFCC, business is not taking bold enough steps to reduce its carbon footprint because it’s waiting for government to move onto creating a comprehensive regulatory framework. And the governments are nervously staring at their feet because “business is not pushing us,” Figueres explained. “We have a nice little dance of you first, you first, you first…” So which partner does the head of the intergovernmental climate negotiations believe should make the next move? “Very conveniently, I think business should be taking the lead here,” she confided to the audience of corporate and nonprofit leaders. And what would private sector leadership in climate protection look like? Figures suggested the example of the mobile phone revolution, which has spread and decentralized modern communication. The first cellphone was invented in 1973 and weighed 2.5 pounds. By the end of 2010, there will be 5 billion mobile phones on the market, all of which will weigh less than 4 ounces according to her figures.

But letting business twirl governments around the dance floor has its risks.

Click here to read the rest of this UN Dispatch piece on the Huffington Post or to make a comment.

Photo credit: Lorenia (via Flickr)

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Below are the stories I covered for this bi-weekly edition of the OPA intelligence report. Follow the links to read individual stories or click here for full coverage of the top online media news. Any comments are welcome below.

Intelligence Report – 9/13/2010
By Mark Glaser and Corbin Hiar

NEWS

Google makes search “Instant”; renews AOL search deal
Apple launches Ping social network, unfriends Facebook
As Digg staggers, Reddit wants to bury it
Apple loosens restrictions on mobile apps, ads

RESEARCH

Kagan: Bright future for online ads; newspaper revenues will stabilize
Smartphone market booming, with Android leading growth

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