June 2006
New Media Age;6/1/2006, p08
Trade Publication
The article presents briefs on technology in mass media. European news channel Euronews has launched a British Web site on the i-mode service offered by 02. Travel Web site Bugbitten is using the postcard service of mobile agency iTagg to increase traffic. The popular Alex cartoon of "The Daily Telegraph" is available on mobile.


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