The notion that newspapers' classified sections are all but dead - thanks to the emergence of alternative recruitment sources on digital platforms - hasn't deterred publications from continuing to invest in them.
Western media platforms have shown a sharp change of heart toward micropayments this year.
With the rise of online video as a key media platform in Asia - and specifically in China, where intensified competition has seen the creation of rival video allegiances - online video ad-serving networks are expected to grow as they follow consumers to internet video.
GLOBAL - As Yahoo prepares to move into the next phase of the 'It's Y!ou' campaign, the company's global executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Elisa Steele (pictured), discuss the campaign's creative direction and addresses the challenges it has faced in the past months.
GLOBAL - With the topic of newspapers' online payment models being thrust back into the headlines with The New York Times and the Financial Times announcing changes to their online access plans, executive director of the FT Asia-Pacific, Angela Mackay, says this is only the beginning of a long-term movement to migrate online content behind a paid wall.
First came Research in Motion and Apple, and then Google through HTC. Acer and Lenovo have dabbled in it, and last year Dell finally took the plunge. Microsoft has failed to make inroads in a tough mobile market but will the Kin change that?
India's new voice social networking service Bubbly offers advertisers potential. Here is everything you need to know.
Early developers of 3D TV pushed for its adoption as long as 15 years ago, but the concept is finally moving on from a pipe dream to a reality. Yet after all the hype, what will 3D TV actually offer brands and media outlets?