Jupiter Media Metrix reports that long-term growth factors will continue to drive development of the Internet marketplace, even though current market conditions will temporarily hinder their near-term effects.

Jupiter Media Metrix reports that 64 percent of online advertising buyers will pay more money for placements they perceive as premium inventory.

The U.S. Navy announced the launch of, a Web site designed for new recruits of Hispanic origin.

This comes on the heels of's announced launch of, the official career Web site for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

The National Association for the Advancement of Hispanic People (NAAHP) announced that it officially launches its Web site and Internet based operation to the Hispanic and Latino community.

Terra announced the nomination of its senior editor & producer, Magdalena Spinelli, to the Hispanic Media 100 Awards. The awards dinner will honor journalists and media executives who represent the highest ideals and execution of Spanish-language journalism.

StarMedia Network and eresMas announced a strategic partnership to integrate, distribute and monetize preferred content via

Jupiter Media Metrix reports that while 89 percent of teens (ages 13-17) have never made an online purchase, nearly one-third (29 percent) research products on the Internet before buying them at stores.

Brazil will reach 42.3 million Internet users by 2006, almost three times the expected number for year-end 2001, according a new Yankee Group Report titled "A Second Wave: The Brazilian Internet User Forecast." The Report's title refers to a second wave of Internet users going online in the Brazi

The Internet ratings report for the month of June 2001 from Nielsen//NetRatings revealed that Web usage at work jumped 23 percent in the past year with more than 42 million Web surfers logging on to the Internet from their personal computers at the office.

The profile of the average adult American Internet user looks like the profile of the average American, which was not the case five years ago, reports InsightExpress, a firm that helps companies conduct market research via the Web.

An online advertising campaign for a personal concierge service that does not exist has provided conclusive evidence that internet advertising really works, according to new research in the UK.

Engage, Inc. released its Summer 2001 Online Advertising Report (OAR).

According to a Gartner, Inc. survey, 42 percent of users check their business e-mail while on vacation, while 23 percent check e-mail on the weekends.

Video-on-demand (VOD) has long been seen as the "killer application" for interactive TV, but expensive set-top box requirements and stratospheric costs per stream have delayed its long-awaited rollout.

Airline tickets now consistently rank among the top five most purchased items on the Internet, according to Greenfield Online’s latest Digital Consumer Shopping Index.