SatanicPuppy writes: "The online newspaper advertising group QuadrantOne just scored a significant coup, bringing in enough media organizations to effectively double its size. The AP reports that 26 new newspaper companies, including McClatchy, Belo, and Media General, have joined in with QuadrantOne. Given print media's still-unchallenged dominance of local markets, this could have far reaching impact for national online advertising; despite the current state of the industry, a united industry would be a fierce market competitor.
Has print media finally gotten its act together, or is this just the last gasp of a dying industry?"
SatanicPuppy writes: "According to Reuters, Uwe Boll, the German director the critics love to hate, will return to low-budget filmmaking now that his latest and biggest production, the $70 million fantasy epic "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale," bombed at the North American box office. The tax shelter loopholes that funded the previous films have been banned in Germany, making further large budget films unlikely."