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  1. Record High for U.K. TV Ad Revenue

    6:03 am 3/7/2012

    With $6.85 billion spent, TV advertising is expected to have outperformed the total U.K. ad market in 2011.Read more

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  2. Piracy is Good, Canadian Indie Producers Conference Told

    4:31 pm 3/1/2012

    Content producers meeting in Ottawa heard illegal file sharing takes product by emerging industry players into new markets. Read more

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  3. Time Warner Cable CFO: Pay TV Bill Costs Consumers Only 30 Cents Per TV Hour

    3:56 pm 2/28/2012

    Irene Esteves talks about cord cutting, potential competition from Google and usage-based broadband pricing. Read more

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  4. Canadian TV Producers Urge Public Subsidy Boost for Original Web Series

    1:52 pm 2/28/2012

    Faced with Hulu, YouTube and other U.S. digital platforms hooking Canadians with online dramas like "The Guide" and "Tekzilla" local content makers want in on the action. Read more

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  5. Analyst: Content May Not Be King Online

    6:52 am 2/24/2012

    Pivotal's Brian Wieser says "infrastructure, platforms and tools" are key, chooses Google as his top stock pick and puts an initial $81 billion valuation on Facebook.Read more

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  6. Google Plans to Sell Internet-Enabled Glasses By Year-End

    6:45 am 2/22/2012

    They can stream information, make it visible via a small screen and overlay data about nearby locations and friends.Read more

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  7. Analysts: Google to Enter Pay TV Market in Midwest ‘Very Soon’

    5:33 am 2/21/2012

    Bernstein’s Carlos Kirjner and Craig Moffett say the Web giant, which owns online video giant YouTube, is looking to test traditional pay TV in an admission that a “broadband-only business model is not economically viable."Read more

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  8. Online Giants to Put on Their Own Upfront Presentations

    5:50 am 2/17/2012

    Major online companies, including Google, Yahoo, AOL and Hulu, are planning advertising sales events in April, dubbed Digital Content New Fronts, that will mirror broadcast networks' May upfronts.Read more

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  9. The SOPA War: Why the GOP Turned on Piracy (Opinion)

    10:47 am 2/2/2012

    For Republicans, opposition to intellectual property laws is starting to look like a political winner, and that should terrify Hollywood as it misreads where the pop-culture power base now lies.Read more

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  10. Google Jumps Into Escalating Debate Over Legality of Selling 'Used' Digital Music

    8:06 am 2/2/2012

    Does this lawsuit threaten cloud storage, space shifting, fair use, and the future of the Internet? Google says, it might. The recording industry says, butt out.Read more

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