October 2004
New Media Age;10/7/2004, p15
Trade Publication
This section presents news briefs on several media companies as of October 2004. Emailvision, the email marketing technology firm, released the latest version of its email and short messaging system campaign management service Campaign Commander. Version 3.5 includes an updated user interface design, faster page loads, a campaign progress notification via email, new campaign automation reports and new split and run module and reports. Loudeye Corp is set to use its 0D2 music download company in Europe to promote is range of asset protection and promotion services. The services, offered through Loudeye's Overpeer brand, protect digital files from illegal download by replacing them on person-to-person networks with fakes or trailers. Mediasurface launched the latest version of its enterprise content management system. The upgrade, Mediasurface 5.1, includes instant messaging services and Web site management and control systems. Jupiter Research forcasted that the digital music industry in Europe will see massive growth until 2009. Revenues will jump from € 46.3 million at the end of 2004 to be worth € 836 million by 2009, the analyst predicts. By 2009, digital music is expected to account for 8% of the overall European music market.


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