CIQ Headlines for February 9, 2007

CIQ Headlines

Joost Model Counters YouTube–(Financial Times) Brought to you by the peer-to-peer founders of Kaza, Joost founders “have bravely ignored the totems of the internet-video boom. Chief among these fashions is letting users upload anything they want.” The idea instead is allowing people to watch TV shows online interrupted by advertising. CIQ:Everything old is new again.

MySpace Is Biggest Money Maker For Fox Interactive— (eMarketer) MySpace ad revenues were $190 million in 2006 and rose to $525 million in 2007. CIQ: The ad-supported content model. Any questions?

iMedia Summit Free For All:(Click Z) Times chief wonders if print will be around in 5 years. Murdoch expects internet revenues to grow from 1 percent to 10 percent of total in 3-5 years. CIQ: How people do talk over a luxurious free lunch!