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Coverage: TV wars

As more viewers are cutting ties with cable and moving to streaming television and movies, companies are scrambling to capture their attention (and the associated ad dollars.) There were several content deals recently, and...

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Forbes buys photo sharing application

Forbes Media announced Monday the acquisition of the private photo sharing app Camerama. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Effective immediately, the founder of Camerama, Salah Akram Zalatimo, will join the company...

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CNBC boosting original digital video

Todd Spangler of Variety writes about how CNBC is boosting its original digital video lineup, as the financial news channel looks to grow its Internet-video audience and capture more bucks from video advertising. Spangler...

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CNBC experiments with Meerkat

Business news network CNBC experimented with the Meerkat broadcasting application on Tuesday, reports Todd Spangler of Variety. Spangler writes, “The biz-news channel used Meerkat Tuesday morning to webcast Jim Cramer’s ringing of the opening...

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Storyhunter is hunting the globe for stories

Alexander Ragir is a co-founder and chief operating officer of Storyhunter. A former foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News in Rio de Janeiro, he frequently contributed to Bloomberg Markets and Businessweek. He won the Overseas PressClub’s award in 2010...

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Fast Company launches new IOS app

Robert Safian, the editor of Fast Company magazine, writes about the redesigned IOS app for the publication. Safian writes, “Which is why, when we were approached by Adobe a year ago about collaborating on...

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The Economist’s journey in programmatic ads

Ricardo Bilton od Digiday writes about The Economist and its evolution from programmatic advertising neophyte to savvy veteran. Bilton writes, “The Economist hired its first programmatic specialists in June 2014, and didn’t actively sell through...

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Reuters unveils mobile TV news service

Reuters on Wednesday introduced a television news service designed specifically for watching on phones. The service, aimed at mobile consumers who don’t have time or interest in traditional appointment viewing, will cover general interest...