Mother Jones selects Maropost marketing cloud

Reader-supported, non-profit news organization Mother Jones has selected Maropost marketing cloud to handle their email program. "Automated workflows, automated marketing, straightforward content creation, deliverability, send time optimization, A/B/C/D testing, and powerful list segmentation...

Mphasis, Thomson Reuters Ink BPS Deal

Mphasis has inked an agreement with Thomson Reuters to offer technology-centric Business Process Services (BPS) for Thomson Reuters BETA customers. Under the terms of the agreement, Mphasis will offer their back office...

Disney investing $1 billion for 33% stake in BAMTech

The Walt Disney Company is acquiring a 33% stake in BAMTech, a technology services and video streaming company, previously formed by Major League Baseball (MLB). As part of the transaction, BAMTech...

The Empire State Building replaces self-guided multimedia tour, with new app

The Empire State Building (ESB) Observatory's latest version of the official ESB Observatory Experience App, which guides visitors through the iconic building's exhibits and views, will replace the device-dependent, self-guided multimedia tour previously...

Universal Music Group Buys Fame House

Universal Music Group (UMG) has acquired Fame House, a digital marketing agency whose clients include artists, brands and festivals including Eminem, Pearl Jam, Mitchell & Ness and Electric Zoo. Fame House will remain based in...

India’s Largest Listed Firm Reliance Industries Inks Content Deal With Disney India

Reliance Industries, India’s largest listed firm, is set to strike a deal with the Indian unit of Disney in an effort to acquire content for its upcoming telecom operations. The deal...

Kaltura and Akamai ink predictive content delivery deal

Video technology provider Kaltura and Akamai have entered into an agreement to extend their partnership to combine Akamai's predictive content delivery with Kaltura's TV Platform. The joint solution facilitates predictive on-device caching...

Dow Jones flirting with blockchain technology for digital publishing

Privacy web browser Brave Software and Dow Jones Media Group have inked a partnership aimed at bringing premium content to audiences and testing blockchain technology for digital publishing.