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  • CBS inks deal with Verizon; Disney/ABC TV unit lays off workers

    CBS inks deal with Verizon; Disney/ABC TV unit lays off workers
    After the coffee. Before Joe rethinks his vacation plans. The Skinny: The boss is going on vacation next week and wisely giving me reign over the Fix. Or maybe not so wisely, given I stayed up too late watching "The Thick of It" on Hulu. Today's...
  • IAC Chairman Barry Diller defends Aereo Internet TV service

    IAC Chairman Barry Diller defends Aereo Internet TV service
    IAC Chairman Barry Diller launched into a spirited defense of the controversial Aereo Internet TV service, which will expand to 22 markets in the coming months -- even in the face of lawsuits from major media companies. The service -- which uses tiny...
  • Newsweek Discontinuing Print Editions

    Newsweek Discontinuing Print Editions
    Weekly news magazine Newsweek announced Thursday it will shift to online-only publication next year, discontinuing its print version after 80 years. Tina Brown, the editor-in-chief of both Newsweek and The Daily Beast, the online news site that was...
  • Newsweek to scrap print edition, move to online-only version

    Newsweek to scrap print edition, move to online-only version
    Weekly news magazine Newsweek announced Thursday it will shift to online-only publication next year, discontinuing its print version after 80 years. Tina Brown, the editor-in-chief of both Newsweek and The Daily Beast, the online news site that was...
  • Newsweek to End Publication of Print Edition

    Newsweek to End Publication of Print Edition
    NEW YORK -- Weekly news magazine Newsweek announced Thursday it will shift to online-only publication next year, discontinuing its print version after 80 years. Tina Brown, the editor-in-chief of both Newsweek and The Daily Beast, the online news site...
  • Start-up Sunday: Tinder aims to make dating easier

    Start-up Sunday: Tinder aims to make dating easier
    On a recent Tuesday night, I met with my blind date for drinks after a weeklong text courtship. Only this time I wasn't set up by myfriend or neighbor. My smartphone played the role of matchmaker thanks to Tinder, a new free dating app that, in a twist...
  • Sidney Harman dies at 92; Newsweek owner and high-fidelity sound pioneer

    Sidney Harman dies at 92; Newsweek owner and high-fidelity sound pioneer
    Sidney Harman, a philanthropist, polymath and pioneer in high-fidelity sound for homes and cars who tried to resuscitate an icon of American journalism when he bought Newsweek last year, has died. He was 92. Harman died Tuesday night in Washington, D.C.,...
  • New website unites online dating for older adults

    New website unites online dating for older adults
    If your stories about dating include anecdotes about ice cream shops and drive-in movies, chances are it's been awhile. And chances are the stories don't involve the computer. But today logging into the computer to find love is highly accepted and...
  • Frank Gehry named professor of architecture at USC

     
    Frank Gehry -- whose architectural marvels include Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and the IAC Building in New York -- has been named a professor of architecture at the University of Southern......
  • Former MTV executives Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley form studio within Ben Silverman's company

     
    There is life after MTV. Two longtime executives of the youth-oriented network, Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley, on Monday unveiled their new venture -- DiGa -- which they described as an independent production studio housed within Ben Silverman's company,...
  • IAC's Match.com buys OkCupid online dating site

     
    Valentine’s Day must be on billionaire Barry Diller’s mind –- his Internet company IAC just spent $50 million to buy online dating site OkCupid, adding to a portfolio that already includes Match.com and Chemistry.com. While 16-year-old Match charges...
  • Irving Azoff consolidates power at Live Nation, assumes chairmanship

     
    Irving Azoff sells his remaining stake in Front Line Management to Live Nation, consolidating his power at the Beverly Hills live entertainment behemoth....