London, 10 November 2009 ATG Media, owners of the-saleroom.com and i-bidder.com, have teamed up with Bayswater Media Group (BMG) to offer time-constrained shoppers an efficient alternative to the lunchtime dash. Using their industry-leading, proprietary technology, ATG Media, the pioneers of online live auctioneering are launching the Homes and Bargains series of auctions in th ...

London, 4 November 2009 The-saleroom.com, the UK's leading live online antiques bidding site owned by ATG Media, will host a marathon two-day live auction on November 5h and 6th. The auction will have over 1100 lots and will include items of furniture, ceramics, art pieces, lighting, lamps, rugs and carpets and garden furniture. The auction is being conducted by Adam Partridge ...

London, 14 October 2009 The-saleroom.com, the UK's leading live online antiques bidding site owned by ATG Media, has bucked the trend of falling retail figures over the last 12 months and recorded an impressive £1.24 million in monthly sales during September 2009. The figure represents an increase of 111 per cent over the sales figure for September 2008. Confounding critics and ...

London, 10 July 2009 eBay's exit from the live antiques auction market has helped London-based the-saleroom.com to double its unique visitors to more than 100,000 over the last six months and become the dominant market player with 85% market share. ATG Media, owners of the-saleroom.com and also industry bible Antiques Trade Gazette, expect the site's reach to continue doubling ...

London, 29 September 2009 The-saleroom.com, the UK's leading live online bidding site, has launched its first live internet bidding sale in Beijing. The launch in China is a significant step in geographical expansion for the-saleroom.com as it increases the international scope of its pioneering bidding platform. The-saleroom.com is owned by ATG Media and backed by Matrix Privat ...

London, 21 July 2009 On Wednesday 22 July, the UK's leading live online bidding site, the-saleroom.com, will host the auction of a most unusual item. Amongst the catalogue from Dominic Winter of collectors' books, prints and maps, a Citroen C4 hatchback (lot 198) will be available for sale. Not usually categorised as a work of art, this particular Citroen has been transformed i ...

London, 14 July 2009 On June 30 at Holloways auctioneers of Banbury, Oxfordshire, a carved Indian Mughal ivory khandjar handle sold for £24,000 to a buyer bidding live via the internet. It was the highest recorded sale in the first six months of 2009 for the-saleroom.com, the leaders in UK of live online antiques bidding. The 6in (15cm) long handle, which was modelled as a pant ...