- Monetizing EYEBALLS. Sweeney, Dan // America's Network;05/01/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p45
Examines the profitability and growth of streaming videos and multimedia content across the World Wide Web. Categories of companies which provide video streaming services in the United States; Technical problems to the widescale applications of video streaming.
- Web riffs. Croal, N'Gai; Tanaka, Jennifer // Newsweek;7/24/1995, Vol. 126 Issue 4, p8
Reports on Voyager's CDLink software which brings CD-ROMS and the World Wide Web together. Description of program; Voyager's sample music CD; Multimedia liner notes.
- Web ushers in next generation. Williamson, Debra Aho; Johnson, Bradley // Advertising Age;5/29/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 22, p13
Reports on the convergence of technologies to transform the Internet's World Wide Web to encompass multimedia and true interactivity. Potential for the Internet; Companies introducing advanced Web tools; Growing ease of transmitting audio over the Web; Prime targets for technology; Development...
- Technology Will Drive the Web's Next Era. Lundquist, Eric // PC Week;03/01/99, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p174
Suggests that technology will drive the World Wide Web's next era as of March 1999. Mention of the first round of Web evolution; The amount that CMGI is putting up with former NBC Television Network President Neil Braun to develop a yet-undefined Web broadcast operation.
- Sales rep not dead, just redefined. James, Dana // Marketing News;12/06/99, Vol. 33 Issue 25, p16
Presents the views of Tim R. Furey, president and chief executive officer of Oxford Associates, on the impact of technology on salespersons. Fact that the shift to direct channels has increased the number of selling partners; Role played by the Web in the sales process; Observation that...
- ISYMMETRY'S TECHNOLOGICAL MAKEOVER OR, HOW A TECH COMPANY FINALLY GREW UP AND DISCOVERED THE WORLD WIDE WEB. Bennett, Elizabeth S. // Inc.;Oct2007, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p56
The article discusses the technological makeover of Isymmetry. After being named as the chief executive officer, Bruce Culbert learned that the employees of the company were frustrated and the company's outdated technology affected sales. Together with senior executives, he decided that the firm...
- Computer applications for Webmasters. // Computer Graphics World;May96, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p8
Reports on Toronto, Ontario-based interactive multimedia training center Digital Media Studios' launching of a new certificate program called Studio W: Computer Applications for Webmasters, which focuses on the setup, administration, and maintenance of Web servers. Web technologies used in the...
- The World Wide Web as a Functional Alternative to Television. Ferguson, Douglas A.; Perse, Elizabeth M. // Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media;Spring2000, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p155
Assesses the function of World Wide Web (WWW) surfing as an alternative to television viewing among college students in the United States. Similarities between television viewing and WWW surfing; Perception of students on the functionality of WWW; Impact of Web surfing on media activities;...
- The Web goes interactive. Beckman, Mel // Macworld;Jul96, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p92
Presents several multimedia tools for World Wide Web pages. Includes RealAudio from Progressive Networks; PreVu from InterVu; Web-delivered scripting tools. INSET: The nut and bolts of multimedia..