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vanityfair.com - 20 readers - After a pricey talent spree, Yahoo News is reversing course—again.
wsj.com - 35 readers - Facebook posted a 52% surge in first-quarter revenue, underscoring the strength of the social network’s newer mobile-ad products and rising popularity of its video ads.
adage.com - 3 readers - A paid subscription service called Unplugged would offer a bundle of cable TV channels streamed over the internet.
fortune.com - 2 readers - The winners and losers of the online TV era.
adage.com - 3 readers - "Our hope is that this is a signal for others to follow suit," David Cohen, president of Magna Global North America.
adage.com - 2 readers - YouTube introduces Breakout Videos, which packages the hottest and fastest-rising videos on YouTube for advertisers.
thewrap.com - 14 readers - The new TiVo will be led by Rovi CEO Tom Carson
wsj.com - 1 readers - Comcast Corp.’s talks to purchase DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., the studio behind “Shrek” and “Kung Fu Panda,” are about everything except the movies, people familiar with the deal discussions said.
marketwatch.com - 10 readers - A study found that metabolism rates slow more than expected years after weight loss.
techcrunch.com - 3 readers - About.com, the IAC-owned media giant, has today unveiled its first standalone brand in the form of Verywell, a site for information around health. Verywell..
adage.com - 3 readers - Gatorade calls on Sports Illustrated branded-content arm to publish Fuel Illustrated.
adage.com - 1 readers - The New York Times will begin selling ingredients for recipes from its NYT Cooking website to offset declines in print.
adage.com - 15 readers - Marketers need an accurate way to measure how their content is performing, writes Jerrid Grimm.
cnn.com - 16 readers - I am pleased and relieved that the court in Paris finally found in my favor this week in my case against Google. With hundreds of pages of court documents, mainly generated by Google lawyers, you would have thought my case against them was complicated. It's not. The point is very simple.
fortune.com - 16 readers - This one's over photos.
theguardian.com - 19 readers - Internet giant has blocked dozens of search links containing references to star and alleged ‘threesome’ after legal requests
cjr.org - 24 readers - On March 15, Instagram posted a note on its blog that sent the internet into a frenzy: “To improve your experience, your feed will soon be ordered to show the moments we believe you will care about the...
wired.com - 16 readers - Facebook has announced new features today, including a dedicated place to watch videos, in a push to get you to broadcast (and watch) more videos live.
gizmodo.com - 49 readers - Facebook workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers from the social network’s influential “trending” news section, according to a former journalist who worked on the project. This individual says that workers prevented stories about the right-wing CPAC gathering, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, and other conservative t...
gizmodo.com - 29 readers - Depending on whom you ask, Facebook is either the savior or destroyer of journalism in our time. An estimated 600 million people see a news story on Facebook every week, and the social network’s founder Mark Zuckerberg has been transparent about his goal to monopolize digital news distribution. “When news is as fast as everything else on Faceboo...