February 2008
New Media Age;2/28/2008, p4
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the British new media industry. The international games website network of Future Publishing, GamesRadar.com, has been redesigned to improve its search capability. Tiscali TV has signed a deal with Audio Network to license its catalogue for multi-platform promotion use. Social network Linkedin is offering its members access to the service from their mobile phones.


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