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2007 News from AOP and the Industry

ACAP: New York update

ACAP, a ‘toolkit’ to enable publishers to communicate their varying online content access and usage policies in a language that search engine crawlers can understand, was launched ...more

AOP members represented at ACAP

A scheme to give publishers increased control of their online content is set to launch in New York, where AOP members will be represented by legal executive James Evans. more

Personalising the mobile internet

Speaking at AOP's forum yesterday, covering mobile widgets, was David Ashbrook, David Ashbrook, senior research engineer, Devices Team, Vodafone Group R&D. more

Why publishers need widgets

Whether you call them apps, gadgets, widgets or snippets, the "portable content format" is becoming "the revolutionary cadre of the internet", according to Ivan Pope, CEO and found ...more

US calls for online age verification

Regulators in the US are calling for social networking sites, including Myspace and Facebook, to introduce age verifying software in order to address and improve the safety of chil ...more

AOP Awards winners 2007 in full

The AOP Awards 2007 were held on the evening of 3 October 2007, at the London Hilton, Park Lane. Congratulations to the following winners and special mentions: (Judges' comments in ...more

AOP Awards 2007 shortlist announced

AOP is pleased to announce the shortlist for the AOP Online Publishing Awards 2007. Please see the full shortlist below. more

Online preferred for access, speed, convenience


Newspaper and magazine websites are easier to access, faster for locating desired content, and are more convenient than their print equivalent, according to recent AOP research. more

The future's bright, the future's video

The future for the mobile content business is in video, and there is a gap in the market for publishers to exploit, according to speakers at an AOP forum on mobile last Monday, 16 ...more

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