• HuffPost Live Looks Back at the First Six Months
    The live news and chat site from Huffington Post does a self-appraisal, with help from TV Newser.
  • Facebook Blocks NBC Site, Afraid of Hacking
    A lot of hacking scares are out there, and Facebook took no chances with rumors.
  • Reuters Says NBCU Hired Lori Conkling to Head Digital Monetization Efforts
    First move by Lauren Zalaznick in her new role at NBC Universal.
  • Chicago Sun-Times Will Add a Daily Online Newscast
    Former anchor (and current Sun-Times columnist) Carol Marin will host a 90-second online newscast.
  • Sony Introduces New Playstation Without Actually Introducing It
    It's a trick to tout a new tech toy without actually having one to display, but that's what Sony did.
  • Ford Fiesta Is Launching Totally Social Campaign
    Ford's youth-bent video anouncing the ad campaign promises ads will appear on blogs, in print and maybe on television.
  • Limelight Touts Online Video, Reports Slight Revenue Gains
    The company says it is ramping up its video capabilities, particularly with mobile users.
  • Akamai Introduces Targeted Ad Insetion Service for Online Videos
    The new Akamai product shifts insertion to the cloud.
  • Website Denies It's the One Responsible for Widespread Hacking Attacks
    AllThings D points to a culprit, but it denies the accusation.
  • Apple Debuts Two New Ads for iPad
    They're slick and effective and not so tech-nerdy, the way Apple ads often are.
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