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  1. YouTube Nears Original Content Deals With 'X Factor' Producer, 'CSI' Creator, Tony Hawk

    7:11 am 10/4/2011

    The Google-owned video site is spending more than $100 million on content production deals and is looking for advertising revenue in return after program channels roll out next year.

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  2. Google, Dish Made Highest Hulu Bids in First Round (Report)

    5:49 am 9/27/2011

    The owners of the online video site have been exploring a sale for $2 billion-plus. Read more

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  3. Scarlett Johansson Becomes A Twitter Trending Topic

    4:30 pm 9/14/2011

    Many users said they found out about the star's alleged nude photos via the social-networking site Wednesday. Read more

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  4. The Rise of Capture Culture: How Apps Are Revolutionizing Music Collecting

    1:37 pm 9/13/2011

    It's a new era -- where music is not bought from a store and collected in our homes, but captured from our environment through mobile apps and instantly stored in the cloud. Read more

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  5. Why Google's Purchase of Zagat Is Direct Threat to Yelp, OpenTable

    5:22 pm 9/8/2011

    The Internet giant acquired the restaurant guide for a reported $100-$200 million.Read more

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  6. Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz Out; Replaced by CFO Tim Morse

    5:06 pm 9/6/2011

    The news comes as the Internet company considers multiple options, including going private.Read more

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  7. Fox News Teams With Google for Presidential Debate

    9:24 am 9/2/2011

    Viewers will submit questions on YouTube for the GOP event on September 22.Read more

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  8. Google Launches YouTube Movies Service in Canada

    6:25 am 9/1/2011

    The online movie content play will compete against Netflix Canada, Apple's iTunes and Canadian cable and telecom giants as they target local movies lovers. Read more

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  9. Entertainment Analysts Debate Ad, Stock Trends Amid Market Turmoil

    7:08 am 8/30/2011

    Credit Suisse picks Time Warner, Google and Barry Diller's IAC as U.S. sector favorites in the current volatile market, while Nomura lowers its 2011 ad growth forecast. Read more

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  10. Analyst: Google Would Be the 'Most Compelling' Buyer of Hulu

    1:00 pm 8/25/2011

    BTIG's Richard Greenfield in a blog post also runs through the pros and cons of a sale of the online video venture to the likes of Yahoo, Amazon.com, DirecTV and AT&T. Read more

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