Entertainment News Archive - January 20, 2010

DUBLIN, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent research on the European network monitoring systems market, Frost & Sullivan presents CommProve Ltd. with the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Award for Emerging Company of the Year in recognition of its strong growth since 1996.

Big Increase in Mobile Media Helps Drive Increased Consumption Most Youth Say They Have No Rules About How Much Time They Can Spend With TV, Video Games, or Computers WASHINGTON, Jan.

BEIJING, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Youku, China's leading Internet video site, today announced the launch of its copyright identification management platform, the first of its kind in China.

LONDON, January 20 /PRNewswire/ -- New research revealed yesterday that the majority of Brits were dreading 2010 when up against all previous years of the last decade. A poll of over 1000 people across the UK, conducted by online quiz site http://www.triviala.com/, revealed a mind blowing one third of people polled are predicting 2010 to be the most unfavourable year of the previous decade. In fact, in comparison to the year 2003, which only received 2% of the votes, you can't help but think back to what we once had and what we may have taken for granted. This came down to the research showing that more than half of people polled felt that the UK economy was not likely to improve in the coming year. Plus, 55% of people were considerably worried about the risk of unemployment for both themselves and their families in the year 2010. In addition to this, nearly a quarter of this year's New year resolutions were based clearly around money with the usual promises of eating le

BELLEVUE, Wash., Jan. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Telanetix, Inc.

CINCINNATI, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG) announced today the launch of Brighten Bay Idol, an online talent search for the next bight star*.

Word of the Day
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