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  • Guggenheim Digital CEO Ross Levinsohn: All Tech, No Action

    A year ago, financial services giant Guggenheim Partners trumpeted an ambitious new strategy, with visions of creating a powerhouse in the digital media and entertainment space. The firm, which claims to have more than $190 billion in assets under its...
  • Beats Music streams impressive playlists, but geeks want so much more

    Got discerning taste? Interested in digging in the digital crates for the best music available in the cloud? Then you've no doubt been targeted by Beats Music in the past few months. The much-hyped streaming service is the latest entry in an...
  • A 'Complicated' look at teens and technology

     A 'Complicated' look at teens and technology
    Dr. danah boyd (she prefers to style her name in lowercase letters) is a cutting-edge scholar of technology (at Microsoft Research Center, New York University, and Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society) and a youth advocate with the daunting...
  • Bitcoin! Ba-dump-bump!

     
    I'm getting the feeling that "bitcoin" is going to become a punchline, an all purpose metaphor for grandiose, utopian failure. Kind of like how "pet rock" is a metaphor for stupid, retrospectively embarrassing fads; how "Watergate" is a crisp allusion.......
  • 'The Walking Dead' Sets Broadcast Syndication Pact with MyNetwork TV

    In an effort to breathe new life into the MyNetworkTV lineup, the Fox-owned net has acquired off-network rights to AMC's "The Walking Dead" starting this fall. Deal calls for MyNetwork to air two episodes of "Walking Dead" from a past season one night...
  • Could Facebook really lose 80% of users by 2017? Not likely

    Could Facebook really lose 80% of users by 2017? Not likely
    A study by Princeton University researchers says Facebook could lose 80% of its users by 2017, but that if that sounds far fetched to you, it's because it is. To forecast Facebook's downfall, the researchers applied a model that is used to study the...
  • AOL to Buy Web-Personalization Startup Gravity for $90.7 Million

    AOL announced a deal to acquire Gravity, a startup that lets Internet publishers and advertisers target content based on users' tastes and online activities, for $90.7 million. By acquiring Gravity, founded by a group of former MySpace execs, AOL...
  • Facebook mocks Princeton, predicts school won't have students by 2021

    Facebook mocks Princeton, predicts school won't have students by 2021
    Facebook has responded to Princeton University research that predicts the collapse of the social network with some research of its own, and the company concludes Princeton too will be out of business by 2021. This week, researchers from the university...
  • The 'what if's' of eliminating net neutrality

     
    Phil Rosenthal has a must-read column today about net neutrality: What if I like streaming movies and TV via Netflix or Hulu and my broadband provider can't come to terms on a carriage deal with those sites? Or it's a......
  • Montgomery Conference Relaunching in Mold of Davos, TED Talks

    The banker who advised MySpace in its sale in News Corp., James Montgomery, is giving a makeover to his annual Los Angeles-based tech conference, now dubbed "Oasis: The Montgomery Summit." Montgomery said in a statement that the decade-old conference...
  • Mipcom: Taking a Film Marketing Strategy to TV

    Late last winter, posters depicting two of the U.K.'s hottest TV stars, David Tennant and Olivia Coleman, standing on an idyllic beach that had become a crime scene were a common sight in the British capital. The moody shot was part of a big marketing...
  • Heads Keep Rolling in Hollywood

    From the time the first movie studios were founded, Wall Street has viewed the entertainment business somewhat like the Tea Party views Washington: Spending is too high, ambitions are too grandiose. That's why investors see the continuing wave of...