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Fair Factor

December 6, 2010

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Viacom is appealing the federal court’s June decision that ruled in favor of Google’s YouTube video-sharing site because it’s protected from copyright claims according to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998) after Viacom stated that YouTube’s digital piracy could threaten U.S. media business. Some clips of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” are among the […]

Death of Cable TV

October 28, 2010

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You may wonder how in the world is Cable TV is going to crumble? Well, it’s probably not that obvious unless you look at recent drops of Cable TV customers (more statistics will follow) and the arrival of Google TV. Think of it like this, why should we pay for cable if Google TV is basically […]

Google is Stretching Corners of News Desk

September 23, 2010

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There is a limit to how much news is called news. If I see another story on who the new judges on American Idol season 10 are I am going to start throwing things.  Google News founder Krishna Bharat explains to CNET news that they comb out the relevant news that they think editors would […]

SurRENDER to Ads

September 15, 2010

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Google advertises for "Watch This Space" for display ads. What would this mean for online papers?

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