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  • Emily Smith - Senior Vice President, Digital

    Emily Smith - Senior Vice President, Digital
    Emily Smith is the Senior Vice President, Digital, for the Los Angeles Times. She is the chief architect of the company’s digital strategy, managing product development, revenue development, and audience acquisition. She spearheads media...
  • AOL Renews Original Series from Nicole Richie, Sarah Jessica Parker

    AOL is bringing back four web series for its 2014 originals slate, including Nicole Richie's "#CandidlyNicole" and "city.ballet." from exec producer Sarah Jessica Parker. The company said it renewed ad deals for three of the returning shows with their...
  • Tribune Digital Unit Launches Streaming-Audio News App with Robot and Human Voices

    Ready for a computer to deliver you a daily radio newscast? Tribune Digital Ventures, the technology arm of Tribune Co., has launched Newsbeat, a news-aggregation app that sifts through around 7,000 stories per day from newspapers -- including Tribune'...
  • Moviefone shuts down phone service, will focus on app

    Moviefone shuts down phone service, will focus on app
    Moviefone is shutting down its phone-in ticketing business to focus on its app, according to Jeff Berman, president of BermanBraun, which runs the declining movie ticket service. Berman told the New York Times: “The call-in service has been in...
  • Some say they'll return Nest thermostat because of Google acquisition

    Some say they'll return Nest thermostat because of Google acquisition
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Paranoia or privacy? Some people are pledging to return their Nest thermostat now that Google is buying the company that makes the popular "smart home" device for $3.2 billion in cash. Their reasoning: Buying Nest could help Google...
  • 'Net neutrality' rules defeat: It's not as scary as it seems

    'Net neutrality' rules defeat: It's not as scary as it seems
    The appeals court ruling Tuesday that rejected most of the Federal Communications Commission's "net neutrality" rules sent a fair number of Internet advocates into panic attacks. But the worst-case scenarios laid out in the media — consumers gouged,...
  • Maker Studios Hires Ex-AOL Exec Rene Rechtman to Lead International Operations

    Rene Rechtman, who resigned as CEO of AOL's branded content division last fall, has joined multichannel network Maker Studios in the newly created role of president of international. Rechtman also is investing in Maker; the amount of his stake was not...
  • Big Media Hopes To Kill The Ad-Zapping DVR With Video On Demand

    When veteran tech executive Scott Maddux brought a digital video recorder into his home in 1999, the machine radically changed his boob-tube habits. At last, he could save shows to watch later and skip programs he wasn't ready to see. "I lived and...
  • Dianne Feinstein emerges as defender of spy agencies

    Dianne Feinstein emerges as defender of spy agencies
    WASHINGTON — Dianne Feinstein got out of her chair, grabbed a 54-page federal court opinion and poked her finger at the bullet points buried inside, insisting a visitor read each carefully as the busy senator watched and waited. The opinion...
  • Mark Zuckerberg Voices Frustration With Obama Over NSA

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he has called President Barack Obama to express his frustration over what he says is long-lasting damage caused by the U.S. government's surveillance programs. Posting on his Facebook page Thursday, Zuckerberg wrote that...
  • AOL Pacts with MiTu, as Hispanic Online Network Keeps Expanding Beyond YouTube

    AOL has cut a content-licensing pact with MiTu Network, a producer of Latino-focused digital video content, which promises to further expand MiTu's reach beyond YouTube. Under the deal, AOL has rights to distribute MiTu's original and partner-produced...
  • 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...