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Nearly 50 Percent of Internet Users in Europe Visit Newspaper Sites

LONDON, UK, 19 January 2012 - comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released an overview of Internet usage in Europe, showing that 379.4 million Europeans went... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-19

WSJ Europe says ABC audit clears them in paid circulation deal

Dow Jones Press Release The Wall Street Journal Europe says a UK audit bureau review has determined the paper’s paid circulation arrangement was “valid.” The side deal led to publisher Andrew... | Poynter. – 2012-01-04

Europe probes Apple’s e-book deal with publishers

European antitrust regulators have announced the launch of a formal investigation into the relationship between Apple and five of the world's largest publishers, in a move that could reshape the... | GigaOM – 2011-12-06

Spielberg's 'Tintin' will open in Europe two months before U.S.

Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures decided to release 'The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn' in Europe first because the comic book series is popular there but is unknown to most... | L.A. Times – 2011-10-27

The WSJ Europe Publisher Walks; The Times Offers Buyouts

The Journal's publisher resigns, Jill Abramson cuts 20, and pressure and sloppiness add up to seven instances of plagiarism for one ex-Politico scribe. Revolving Door Newsletter: 10.14.11 New Career... | Media Bistro – 2011-10-15

Wall St Journal Europe publisher quits over ethics

Oct 11 (Reuters) - The publisher of the Wall Street Journal's Europe edition, Andrew Langhoff, has resigned over ethical issues raised by the newspaper's relationship with a Dutch consultancy. | Reuters – 2011-10-12

WSJ Europe publisher resigns - read the Dow Jones statement

Original statement issued by News Corporation subsdiary about departure of Andrew LanghoffBelow is the original statement issued by News Corporation subsdiary Dow Jones announcing the resignation of... | Guardian – 2011-10-12

Europe set to embrace the e-book

Written By: Philip Jones Publication Date: Mon, 10/10/2011 - 14:49 European publishers are becoming less resistant to the "digitisation tsunami" as local distribution networks are built and... | The Bookseller – 2011-10-10

On Its Own, Europe Backs Web Privacy Fights

Fernando Pérez, publisher of a Spanish government publication, said that "maybe there is information that has a life cycle." | The New York Times – 2011-08-10

E-growth good in Europe, despite increasing US threat

Written By: Philip Jones Publication Date: Tue, 21/06/2011 - 10:13 UK publishers are seeing good growth from e-book sales overseas, particularly in Scandinavia, but they face a looming threat from... | The Bookseller – 2011-06-21

Kobo Opens New Chapter in Europe [eMoney]

Toronto-based Kobo, the e-reading service going up against Amazon, Apple and others, is expanding into Europe. It plans to launch local content versions starting in Germany and Spain in May, and then... | AllThingsD – 2011-04-11

Europe's highest court to rule on Google privacy battle in Spain

Court to decide whether Spain's data protection authority has power to demand removal of articles from search engineEurope's highest court looks set to decide whether Google should remove links to... | Guardian – 2011-03-01

WSJ Europe brings in Tracy Corrigan for editor role

The Daily Telegraph's Tracy Corrigan has been made editor-in-chief of Wall Street Journal Europe, replacing Patience Wheatcroft who is leaving the title. | Media Week – 2010-12-20

Wall Street Journal Europe to Launch New Lifestyle Content; Tina Gaudoin to Become Contributing Editor for Style ...

LONDON -- The Wall Street Journal Europe is to launch expanded and enhanced Life & Style content in the autumn, leading with a new-look Weekend Journal, its Friday arts, culture and leisure section. | Yahoo – 2010-07-08

Europe’s Biggest Publisher Disses The iPad, Embraces The WePad

Billed as an iPad competitor, the WePad is not vaporware, but is in fact, The Chosen One. At least, that's the view of some , who are hailing the WePad as the saviour of the German print publishing... | TechCrunch – 2010-03-30

Book Sales in Europe Are Gaining in Tough Times

As the recession leaves other media industries in tatters, the oldest mass medium of all is holding up surprisingly well. | New York Times – 2009-03-16

Wall Street Journal Europe Revokes Sponsorship of Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2009 -- The Wall Street Journal Europe has revoked its sponsorship of the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships due to the decision of the United Arab Emirates to deny a visa to... | GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-17

Wall Street Journal expands Asia, Europe Web sites

The Wall Street Journal on Monday unveiled expanded Web sites dedicated to news about Asia and Europe, and launched a regional home page for India. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-09

Dow Jones Reorganizes Business Operations in Europe to Accelerate Growth Across Journal Franchise

LONDON, Dec. 2, 2008 -- Dow Jones & Company today announced key organizational changes to accelerate the continuing growth of The Wall Street Journal franchise, naming Andrew Langhoff as publisher... | GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-12-02

Purcell to Head Ottaway, New Publisher Named for 'WSJ' Europe

Dow Jones & Co. is reorganizing several of its divisions. Andrew Langhoff has been named publisher of The Wall Street Journal Europe and managing director of Dow Jones Consumer Media Group in... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-02

Diamant installs Europe's first Inca Turbo Plus flatbed printer

French printer Diamant Numérique has taken delivery of Europe's first Inca Turbo Plus flatbed printer in a bid to increase production capacity. | PrintWeek – 2008-07-29

Worst is yet to come for Europe's ad market

Advertising executives and media owners are worried that European marketers will slash their ad budgets, as many of their counterparts have already done in America. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-14

Advertising in Europe Softens, and More Goes to the Internet

European advertising executives are worried that European marketers will slash ad budgets, as many of their counterparts have already done in America. | New York Times – 2008-07-14

Bebo hires ex-Google exec for Europe

Bebo has hired Kate Burns to spearhead its European operation. By Mark Sweney | Guardian – 2007-08-08

Economic woes hit advertising in North America and Western Europe

A leading media buyer will downgrade its 2008 advertising growth forecasts for Western Europe and North America today, wiping $600 million ($£301 million) from previous predictions as concerns over... | Times Online – 2008-06-30

Barnes & Noble establishes German base: Will the Nook visit Europe?

While Americans have more than one way to consume those e-ink verses, those in the old country are largely stuck with Amazon's still-expanding Kindle family or e-reader hardware lacking the clout of... | Engadget – 2012-03-29

Kindle Touch update adds Europe-friendly languages, landscape mode

April 27th is nearly upon us, heralding the arrival of the Kindle Touch in Europe. Before that happens, Amazon's pushed out a software update packed with language support for the continent, landscape... | Engadget – 2012-04-12

Amazon launches CreateSpace in Europe

Amazon has launched its CreateSpace today (17th May) in Europe, which means that authors who self... | The Bookseller – 2012-05-17

How Europe is dealing with the cookie crisis

UK web publishers and marketers may be grumbling about the E-Privacy Directive coming into force, but they can count themselves lucky that they're not dealing with stricter interpretations of the law... | GigaOM – 2012-05-25

Bonnier launches Europe acquisitions company

Bonnier has launched a new company, Bonnier Books New Markets, to focus on strategic acquisitions... | The Bookseller – 2012-06-06

Google’s e-book deal could slow rise of Amazon Kindle in Europe

Google announced a major deal in France that clears the way for the sale of millions of e-books that have been caught in legal limbo until now. The deal could spur digital publishing in Europe and... | GigaOM – 2012-06-12

Europe sues to continue taxing digital content higher than physical

When is a book not a book? When it comes to European tax law. The continent is acting against two countries that reduced e-book tax to physical rates, in a sorry and technocratic action. | GigaOM – 2012-07-05

Amazon launches Appstore in Europe

Amazon has today (30th August) launched its Appstore in Europe, including in the UK, Germany,... | The Bookseller – 2012-08-30

No 'timetable' for Kindle Paperwhite in Europe

Amazon will not release its Kindle Paperwhite device in Europe this year, as the etailer prepares... | The Bookseller – 2012-09-13

Apple, publishers propose settlement in Europe e-book antitrust case

The European Commission has put measures proposed by Apple and four publishers to alleviate concerns over anti-competitive behaviour in the e-book market up for public discussion. | ZDNet – 2012-09-20

Agreement Could End Europe’s E-Book Price-Fixing Inquiry

The European Commission said it was prepared to drop its investigation after Apple and four publishers agreed to let retailers sell e-books at a discount for two years. | The New York Times – 2012-09-20

Publit to expand into Europe

Publit, a Swedish-based e-book service, is to launch an English-language version of its website... | The Bookseller – 2012-09-28

In self-publishing push, Amazon expands Kindle Owners’ Lending Library to Europe

Amazon is expanding the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, which allows Kindle-owning Prime members to borrow one ebook for free each month, to the United Kingdom, Germany and France. The move comes at... | GigaOM – 2012-10-12

E-Book Price Discounts Win Clearance in Europe

European Union antitrust regulators accepted commitments from Apple and four international publishers to settle a dispute over the way e-books are priced and sold. | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-12-14

Amazon wins an e-book fight in Europe

European Union regulators ended an antitrust probe into e-book prices after Apple and other publishers offered to abandon the possibility of pricing agreements that would have hindered Amazon selling... | The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-12-15

Dupuis to help Kobo grow in Europe

Kobo has appointed former Apple sales director Jean-Marc Dupuis to oversee its European expansion... | The Bookseller – 2013-01-23

Google's payout to French newspapers must spread to all of Europe, publishers say

Google must extend its offer made last week to pay French publishers for use of their content to all media companies across Europe, the head of the European Publishers Council said on Thursday. | San Jose Mercury News – 2013-02-08

Google must extend payments across Europe for use of content

LISBON (Reuters) - Google Inc must extend its offer made last week to pay French publishers for use of their content to all media companies across Europe, the head of the European Publishers Council... | Reuters – 2013-02-07

Strong Debuts Across Europe

Debuting at #2 on the German fiction list in February was The Washington Decree by Jussi Adler-Olsen, a Danish writer who has found success in countries around the world. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-03-17

What Does Germany’s Adoption of Digital Foretell for Europe?

As in financial matters, will the rest of continental Europe be forced to fall in line with Germany's lead in embracing ebooks and digital publishing? | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-04-03

Penguin Random House merger cleared in Europe

The merger between Penguin and Random House has been approved by the EU. The European Commission... | The Bookseller – 2013-04-05

Canada's Magna to cut jobs in Europe, U.S.: report

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Canadian auto parts maker Magna International plans to cut jobs in Europe and the United States as it seeks to reduce costs and offset weak demand in Europe, Chief Executive... | Reuters – 2013-05-04

Mysteries, Exposés Dominate Europe

Roberto Saviano’s ZeroZeroZero, an examination of the cocaine trade, debuted at #1 in his native Italy in April, knocking another famous Italian writer, Andrea Camilleri, from #1 to #5. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-05-20

Does Europe Value Publishing and Privacy More Than America?

The ongoing DOJ lawsuit against Apple and scandal at the NSA have underscored the divide between the US and Europe when it comes to the book business, privacy and information. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-06-13

Europe should walk on the wild side, with wolves: author

By Nigel Stephenson HAY-ON-WYE, Wales (Reuters) - Europe has an extraordinary opportunity to re-introduce wolves, bison and beavers and allow its citizens to reconnect with their wild side, an... | Yahoo! News – 2013-06-03

Europe Factors to Watch-Shares set for mixed open after pull-back

PARIS, Aug 16 (Reuters) - European stocks are set to open mixed on Friday following the previous session's pull-back and after losses on Wall Street, where poor results and outlooks from a number of... | Reuters – 2013-08-16

Arnaud de Puyfontaine appointed MD for Western Europe at Hearst mags

Hearst Magazines International announced today that Arnaud de Puyfontaine has been appointed as managing director, Western Europe, of Hearst Magazines International. | Media Week – 2013-08-23

Bookstore Marketing Promotions Spread Across Europe

The USA's IndieBound initiative to promote book purchases from local independent bookstores has prompted similar campaigns in the UK, Germany, and Holland. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-09-11

Bikes Are Officially More Popular Than Cars in Europe

Mercedes–Benz may have just put out a cheaper new "luxury" model to attract the commoners, but in most European countries, more people are interested in buying bikes. On Friday, Nationa Public... | Fast Company – 2013-10-28

BitTorrent usage increases in Europe, drops in US

BitTorrent still accounts for a massive proportion of Internet traffic, but it looks as though the global spread is switching somewhat. According to data published by Sandvine, BitTorrent traffic has... | Betanews – 2013-11-12

Europe on the hunt for ‘zombie banks’

The European Central Bank, the lead crisis-fighter for the 18 countries that use the euro, is embarking on an extensive search through the books of the biggest banks. It’s an arcane exercise —... | Boston.com – 2014-02-04

Linking to a website doesn't infringe copyright, Europe's Court of Justice says

The owner of a website does not require authorization of the copyright holder to link to freely accessible copyright works on another site, even if Internet users get the impression that the work is... | PC World – 2014-02-13

Newsweek makes its print return this week - in the US and, soon, in Europe too

Newsweek, the weekly magazine that refuses to die, is being relaunched in newsprint, this week. Two separate editions, one for the USA and the other for Europe, will be published. The US edition will... | The Guardian – 2014-03-03

Russia won't switch off gas supply to Europe-Oettinger in magazine

BERLIN, March 8 (Reuters) - European Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger does not expect Russia to switch off gas supplies to Europe over the Ukraine crisis, he told German magazine... | Reuters – 2014-03-08

Nook Press's Horner outlines Europe offer

Barnes & Noble’s Nook Press self-publishing platform will be available in the UK,... | The Bookseller – 2014-03-17

Barnes & Noble brings Nook Press self-publishing to parts of Europe

Does your agent constantly reject your manuscript about a teen wizard who falls in love with a vampire and has to fight for their life in a televised death zone? Barnes & Noble feels your pain,... | Engadget – 2014-03-18

Eleven more countries: Google launches Chromecast in Europe and Canada

Well, hello there: Chromecast is now available in 10 European countries as well as Canada, and the BBC and some other big publishers are ready to cast. | GigaOM – 2014-03-19

Europe's car sales upturn fails to halt price war

PARIS (Reuters) - Europe's car sales recovery may be taking hold, according to registrations data published on Thursday, but a confidential industry survey shows the pickup is failing to halt a price... | Reuters – 2014-04-17

Knewton, Sanoma Partner to Offer Adaptive Learning in Europe

Knewton, a company that produces adaptive learning software, has an agreement with European educational publisher Sonoma Learning to use the Knewton API in digital content produced by Malmberg, its... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-04-15

With Books, US Was More Prudish Than Europe, Says Law Historian

James Zirn's "Mother Court," a history of legal cases in the the Southern District of New York, recalls a failed attempt to censor Joyce's "Ulysses" in the US. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-06-08

Europe shares dip early; Actelion up on drug results

PARIS, June 16 (Reuters) - European stocks slipped in early trade on Monday, adding to last week's retreat as mounting violence in Iraq prompted investors to further book profits on recent lofty... | Reuters – 2014-06-16

Europe Factors to Watch-Shares set to dip; Iraq in focus

PARIS, June 16 (Reuters) - European stocks were set to fall on Monday, adding to last week's dip as mounting violence in Iraq prompts investors to further book recent lofty gains. Alstom will be in... | Reuters – 2014-06-16

Hackers steal Dominos Pizza customer data in Europe, ransom sought

BOSTON (Reuters) - Hackers have stolen data on more than 600,000 Dominos Pizza Inc customers in Belgium and France, the pizza delivery company said, and an anonymous Twitter user threatened to... | Reuters – 2014-06-16

Europe shares fall early; GDF-Suez sinks after placement

PARIS, June 25 (Reuters) - European shares fell in early trade on Wednesday, mirroring a pull-back on Wall Street and in Asia as mounting worries over violence in Iraq prompted investors to book... | Reuters – 2014-06-25

FEP probes Amazon pressure throughout Europe

The Federation of European Publishers (FEP) is surveying its 28 members to assess whether they... | The Bookseller – 2014-06-27

Cloud computing services could be subject to extra data protection checks in Europe

Cloud providers seeking business from EU institutions could become subject to more scrutiny from the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).The supervisor is preparing guidance on the use of... | PC World – 2014-07-15

Rhapsody hits 2 million paying subscribers, thanks to Europe, LatAm… and Pandora?

Spotify competitor Rhapsody is growing its subscription numbers in part due to a new service that's more like Pandora. So what does that mean for the future of Rhapsody? Rhapsody hits 2 million... | GigaOM – 2014-07-29

Things with RFID chips in them will carry this logo in Europe, because privacy

The logo is designed to make it clear to consumers when the goods they're carrying contain an RFID smart chip, and to bring retailers and healthcare and banking companies out of a legal "gray zone"... | GigaOM – 2014-07-30

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