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  • Netflix revenue up. Cable's cowboy saddles up. Layoffs at Focus.

    Netflix revenue up. Cable's cowboy saddles up. Layoffs at Focus.
    After the coffee. Before trying out for quarterback of the Vikings. The Skinny: I have a confession to make. I kind of want to see "Bad Grandpa." Any takers? Tuesday's roundup includes analysis of Netflix earnings and layoffs at Focus Features. Also,...
  • Google and Twitter Execs Talk Digital Ads, Content in Abu Dhabi

    With the digital advertising space growing rapidly, the Middle East and Asia are the regions with most potential to leapfrog traditional ad practices, senior execs from companies including Google and Twitter agreed on Wednesday, speaking at the 4th Abu...
  • Startup Syncs Facebook Ads with TV Spots

    Facebook users parked in front of their TVs may increasingly notice an eerie coincidence: A startup says it has a way to serve ads in the social site's newsfeed that will in less than 2 seconds after a commercial for the same advertiser appears on...
  • Pinterest pins down $225 million in funding, valued at $3.8 billion

    Pinterest pins down $225 million in funding, valued at $3.8 billion
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Pinterest has secured a $225-million round of funding that values the company at $3.8 billion. With the funding led by Fidelity Investments, Pinterest becomes one of the most valuable privately held consumer Internet companies even...
  • Despite YouTube's Emmy, Google Still Has a Long Way to Go

    YouTube officially received its first Primetime Engineering Emmy Award on Wednesday night. Yes, it's a signal of the thawing of enmity between the entertainment industry and YouTube, which streams an astonishing 6 billion-plus hours of video each month....
  • Clear Channel's Bob Pittman sees 'a time of feast' for radio

    Clear Channel's Bob Pittman sees 'a time of feast' for radio
    Bob Pittman was best known as the co-founder of MTV and chief operating officer of America Online Inc. — and later AOL Time Warner — before becoming Chairman and chief executive of Clear Channel in 2011. Clear Channel, an outdoor advertising...
  • 'Walking Dead' Slays 'American Idol' as Primetime's Top Entertainment Advertising Buy

    For the past few years, "American Idol" has had to contend with an ever-changing roster of judges, competition from NBC's "The Voice" and ratings declines. Add one more destabilizing challenge to the pile: hungry zombies on cable. Advertisers are willing...
  • Bingeing on the many ways to watch TV

    Bingeing on the many ways to watch TV
    In the opening segment of Sunday's 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, host Neil Patrick Harris said the industry had gathered to celebrate the best in television. "For our younger audience, that's the thing you watch on your phones," Harris quipped....
  • Facebook's status among investors and analysts changes: It's a darling

    SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. has just one question for Wall Street: How do you like me now? Shares of the social network, which had fallen from favor after its disastrous public debut last year, hit new highs Tuesday, even as U.S. stocks ended...
  • Carnival Corp. reports lower earnings and bookings

    While crews work to salvage the wrecked Costa Concordia ship off the coast of Italy, the ship's parent company is struggling to sail clear of stormy conditions. Carnival Corp., the world's largest cruise company, Tuesday reported third-quarter profit of...
  • Cord-cutting fears overblown? More exits coming at Sony?

    Cord-cutting fears overblown? More exits coming at Sony?
    After the coffee. Before trying to get into the America's Cup. The Skinny: Once again I was denied a MacArthur genius grant. Where's the outrage? Somehow I will carry on. Wednesday's roundup includes a new study that downplays cord-cutting and more...