Stories by Sarah Keegan

BigFatRadio killed the radio star

Some of Australia's biggest radio personalities are going online at (BFR), the first in a series of interactive web/radio channels managed by InterActive Media Networks.

Itchy for online scratchie

Aimed at providing free entertainment via the internet, The Internet Amusements Group (TIAG) has launched an online scratch and win game.

Hema shows Thingstodo where to go

An alliance between AMI subsidiary, Thingstodo, and Hema Maps will see Hema's products available through an online store on the Thingstodo website.

Brisbane gets things to do

Following two years of research and development, Australian Mineral Resources Limited-owned internet company Thingstodo has launched its infosite.

A Melbournestar is born

Launched on July 1, Melbournestar is a new search engine offering internet users a comprehensive collection of Melbourne-related websites.

GST website to monitor consumer prices

With two weeks to go before new tax laws come into effect, an interactive website has been launched to educate the public on the ins and outs of the GST and new tax system.

Ninemsn breaks Australian Web reach record

For the first time, according to the Media Metrix Audience Ratings Report for April, a non-US digital media property has achieved an audience "reach" of more than 70 per cent.

Chaos theory: Drive in and jive away

Despite music being the third-most purchased item online, an alliance will see ChaosMusic providing Strathfield Group Limited's stores with CDs, DVDs and computer games.

ninemsn? Yeah, I've heard of them...

For the first time, according to the Media Metrix Audience Ratings Report for April, a non-US digital media property has achieved an audience "reach" of over 70 per cent.

Surfing links to Chaotic Vision

Fans of extreme sports and alternative music are some of the prime targets in ChaosMusic's strategy of offering specialist online broadcasting.

Alliance brings Chaos to News

An exclusive 12-month entertainment alliance between ChaosMusic Australia and will come into effect from June.

Chaos in global entertainment alliance

ChaosMusic has assisted the formation of a Global Entertainment Retail Alliance (GERA) at the recent National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM) conference in Texas.

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