This edition of Random Thoughts has stories on: Management Changes At Corbis, Jupitermedia Revises 2005 Financial Guidance, Jupitermedia Expands Subscription Service, Getty Changes Numbering System, Photo Events In October, Changes in the Advertising Industry and Why Are RM Prices Falling?
More and more investment analysts are calling to ask my opinions on where Getty's is headed. What's the company's potential? I think Getty has some difficult challenges ahead. This story explains in detail what I think they are.
These press releases include: Index Stock Forms Alliance with Polfoto of Denmark and Bruno Press of the Netherlands; Inmagine Represents 1 Million RF Images; Media Bakery Offers Visual Search; Pepper Stark Consultancy; Aurora Launches Outdoor Collection; Spencer Images; Jupitermedia Puts Graphic Design Magazines Online and Kai Chiang To Leave SuperStock
Alamy recently provided its contributors with some figures for its operations during the first six months of 2005. They intend to provide the same type of information on a quarterly basis going forward. The figures provide some interesting insights into where their business is heading.
Jupitermedia Corp. has agreed to sell its Search Engine Strategies trade shows and its ClickZ.com Network of web sites, for $43 million in cash to Incisive Media plc of London in order to redeploy assets to its JupiterImages. Also announced was Q2 2005 revenues of $33.8 million up from $17.8 million and an 89% increase from the same period in 2004.