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  • AwesomenessTV Hires Kelly Day as Chief Digital Officer

    AwesomenessTV, the youth-skewing digital entertainment arm of DreamWorks Animation, has hired former Blip Networks CEO Kelly Day in the newly created position of chief digital officer. Day will oversee AwesomenessTV's multichannel network and will be...
  • BermanBraun becomes Whalerock Industries

    BermanBraun becomes Whalerock Industries
    With one of its two big fish gone, BermanBraun has changed its name to Whalerock Industries. The Santa Monica TV production and digital media company, owned by veteran media executive Lloyd Braun, made the announcement Friday.  Braun's founding...
  • Facebook Hires Ryan Seacrest's Digital Chief as Head of Entertainment Partnerships (Exclusive)

    Facebook has recruited Ryan Seacrest's digital guru for a new role leading an expanded effort to court Hollywood. Sibyl Goldman, executive VP of new media at Ryan Seacrest Prods., has exited the "American Idol" host's production company to become head of...
  • AOL Shutting Down Moviefone Dial-In Numbers 777-FILM

    After 25 years of providing showtimes and tix over the phone, Moviefone will soon no longer be taking calls. "Hello, and welcome to Moviefone! The 777-FILM numbers will no longer be in service in the near future," says the current recording at the...
  • YouTube: We're Cracking Down on Bogus Video Views

    YouTube is serving notice on video fraudsters: The site said it has started to methodically audit the views a video has received to strip out obviously fake activity, in step aimed at building credibility with advertisers. Starting this week, YouTube...
  • 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...
  • Where does WhatsApp acquisition rank in history of tech deals?

    Where does WhatsApp acquisition rank in history of tech deals?
    One day later, Silicon Valley is still trying to pick its collective jaw off the floor following news that Facebook is going to buy WhatsApp for $19 billion. Even in a region accustomed to seeing companies pay big bucks for other companies with little...
  • The Valley Line: Float association fetes its success

    The Valley Line: Float association fetes its success
    Our town's Olympian, luger Kate Hansen, became a media darling of the games. Everyone is talking about her dance moves that she used to warm up for her luge slide down the track. Beyonce is her music idol and last Thursday morning the America Online...
  • Balancing family and work shouldn't be hazardous to your employment

    Balancing family and work shouldn't be hazardous to your employment
    Lately we’ve learned from some very powerful companies that trying to balance family and work can be hazardous to your employment. This month, AOL Chief Executive Tim Armstrong incited a firestorm when he blamed rising healthcare costs for...
  • Let's review a few 401 (k) basics

    When AOL CEO Tim Armstrong made a splash recently about changing (and then not-changing) the 401(k) corporate matching policy, the focus was on his rationale for the new policy. He blamed costly "distressed births" of two AOL employees ($1,000,000 each)...
  • Report: 'Blue Chip' Brands Are Still Big Advertisers on Popular Piracy Sites

    The Digital Citizens Alliance, a nonprofit organization set up to highlight consumer perils from the trafficking in pirated goods online, says in a new report that nearly 30% of large websites that traffic heavily in infringing movies, TV shows and...
  • Comcast taps its ex-SEAL, Neil Smit, to lead bulked-up cable group

    Comcast taps its ex-SEAL, Neil Smit, to lead bulked-up cable group
    Should Comcast Corp.'s $45-billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable be approved, the company plans to dispatch its ex-Navy SEAL. Neil Smit, Comcast Cable chief executive and a former Navy SEAL, this week was named Comcast's go-to guy: the executive...