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  1. RuPaul Joins Drag Queens' Fight Against Facebook

    11:00 am 9/24/2014

    The social media giant is forcing users to display real names on their profiles, which isn't sitting well with the several hundred drag performers who had their accounts deactivatedRead more

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  2. Instagram Begins Rollout of Sponsored Ads in U.K.

    1:16 am 9/22/2014

    The photo-sharing app announced plans earlier in the year to push "sponsored" posts in the U.K., Canada and Australia Read more

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  3. Netflix Launches Private Facebook Recommendations

    3:25 pm 9/2/2014

    For those guilty pleasuresRead more

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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