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  1. Netflix Launches Private Facebook Recommendations

    3:25 pm 9/2/2014

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  2. 2014 Declared the "Year of the Megadeal" in Media Industry

    5:00 am 8/29/2014

    Total deal value jumped to $148.1 billion in the first half of the year — nearly $100 billion more than a year agoRead more

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  3. VMAs: Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, 5 Seconds of Summer Top Social Moments

    2:14 pm 8/25/2014

    Which Beyonce track was her medley's most Shazamed moment?Read more

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  4. BET Wins Legal War Over Fan's Facebook Page (Exclusive)

    12:04 pm 8/20/2014

    A Florida judge says Facebook likes aren't the property of page creatorsRead more

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  5. U.K.'s ITV Picks Online Star‎ to Host Dating Show

    6:34 am 7/31/2014

    The six-part series "Dapper Laughs on the Pull" on ITV2 will be presented by Internet personality Dapper Laughs, portrayed by London comedian Daniel O'Reilly.Read more

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  6. Facebook Shares Surge on Strong Second Quarter Earnings

    2:09 pm 7/23/2014

    UPDATED: The Palo Alto-based social network reported that revenue grew 61 percent to $2.9 billion. Read more

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  7. Facebook Launches 'Mentions' App for Celebrities

    10:53 pm 7/16/2014

    The app, from Facebook Creative Labs, is currently only available for people with verified pages in the United States. Read more

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  8. Canada's CBC Grows Mobile App Market for World Cup Matches

    6:11 am 7/8/2014

    The struggling public broadcaster is wasting no time executing on its new digital-first content strategy by allowing live streaming of games on smartphones and tablets. Read more

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  9. Facebook to Acquire Video Ad Company LiveRail

    4:57 pm 7/2/2014

    LiveRail's partners include A&E Networks, ABC Family, PBS, BET, Univision and Major League Baseball.Read more

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  10. U.K. Regulator Probing Facebook Over Emotion Study (Report)

    10:18 am 7/2/2014

    Britain's Information Commissioner's Office is looking into the experiment, in which news feeds on the social network were changed for 700,000 users.Read more

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