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  1. Chinese Online Video Giant Youku Completes Acquisition of Tudou

    3:08 am 8/27/2012

    The combined entity is estimated to have a more than 30 percent share of the Chinese online video market following the $1 billion stock deal.Read more

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  2. YouTube to Cut Less Successful Original Content Channels (Report)

    2:11 am 8/27/2012

    The Google-owned online video site will also look for new channels to fund as it fine-tunes its content strategy.

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  3. Why Cable Is Winning the Cord-Cutting War (Analysis)

    6:00 am 8/16/2012

    Don't believe the headlines: This analyst says adapting to match Netflix and Hulu with cheaper alternatives will fend off digital insurgents.Read more

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  4. How CNN Can Benefit From Being Bland (Analysis)

    9:00 am 8/9/2012

    Andrew Tyndall writes for THR that its appealing online presence internationally should have it chasing YouTube, not Fox News.Read more

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  5. Ricky Gervais Unveils 'Learn English' Trailer Preview (Video)

    6:25 am 8/1/2012

    The comedian's latest series includes a special guest who has a famous way with words.Read more

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  6. YouTube Sides With Romney Over BMG and Restores Anti-Obama Clip (Video)

    12:59 pm 7/19/2012

    The music publisher had objected to an ad by the GOP hopeful that uses a snippet of the president singing "Let's Stay Together."Read more

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  7. YouTube Launches Dedicated Ramadan Channel

    4:14 am 7/19/2012

    The online site will screen top-rated Ramadan series the same day they air on Middle East TV.Read more

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  8. YouTube Star Lauren Luke Covers Up Cuts, Bruises for Domestic Violence PSA (Video)

    12:55 pm 7/3/2012

    The British makeup artist agrees to do a tutorial on concealing injuries because she previously had a boyfriend with rage issues.Read more

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  9. Prince Charles' Annual Report: Twitter Followers Rise, Entertainment Spending Declines

    8:17 am 6/29/2012

    The financial report didn't break out the clothing expenditures for Kate Middleton or the cost of last year's Royal Wedding, but highlighted that it attracted 72 million live streams on YouTube. Read more

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