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Yahoo’s Gilford to Discuss Online TV Strategy

Yahoo! Entertainment and Lifestyle General Manager Karin Gilford will explain at Digital Media Summit on Monday how Yahoo! TV grabbed 3 million more unique visitors in April than arch rival AOL Television in April. Gilford said in a brief chat that Yahoo! climbed to the … Continue reading

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Marshall Herskovitz to Keynote Digital Media Summit

Happy to report that Marshall Herskowitz joins us as a keynote for the upcoming Digital Media Summit on June 9-10 (combined with Music 2.0) Most recently President of the Producer’s Guild of America, Herskowitz is also an Emmy-winning writer, director and … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of the Blogosphere

A friend of ours pulled her daughter off of MySpace after she discovered that the girl was publishing provocatively dressed pictures of herself labeled with "slut". Now we learn of a prominent blogger who was forced to cancel an appearance at … Continue reading

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NBC and Break.com Cut Deal at iHollywood’s Digital Media Summit, Paper Says

OK, we’ve been bragging for years that big deals get cut at iHollywood Forum events. Problem is that journalists, bless their souls, don’t usually say WHERE deals are made — just who made them. But the San Fernando Business Journal … Continue reading

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The Fifth Estate

The Role of `Citizen Journalists’ Citizen journalists are creating quite a stir. Leonard Brody, CEO of NowPublic, says his network of thousands of amateurs around the world represent the biggest news gathering team in the world. My friend Andrew Keen, … Continue reading

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What NBC and TV Learned from Music’s Mistakes

When I talk to most label executives about the idea of loading music for free onto MP3 players and having hardware makers pay them royalties, they turn red. "If music becomes a commodity, you cheapen the art form!" they roar … Continue reading

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