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Warner Music Doubles Up on Debt: Another EMI Bid Coming?

Broadband Soccer for All! Comcast, Disney Make Nice With ESPN360 Pact.

Citi: Worst May Be Over for Internet Stocks

Are Those Anti-Apple Microsoft Ads Actually Working?

Online Ad Snoop NebuAd Gives Up the Ghost. Who’s Next?

Hearst: Zombie Seattle Paper Doing Better Than the Original

Meet Maureen Dowd’s Favorite Writer: Talking Points Memo’s Josh Marshall

Twitter App Investors Still Writing Checks: StockTwits Raises a Round

Why Online Video Ads Still Don’t Work

Steve Forbes: We’re Not Making More Cuts

New York Times Online Payment Plan Coming Soon?

Spring Fever? More Very, Very Cautious Optimism for Media.

Yet More Cost-Cutting Coming to Forbes?

How to Plug a Leaking Record–Don’t Even Try

More Tim Armstrong Fallout: Departures at Google, AOL

April Video Winners: Hulu, of Course. And… MTV?

Surprise! Congress Helps the Britney Bailout Move Ahead.

Craigslist Gives Its Red Light District the Times Square Treatment

AT&T: We Crippled SlingPlayer TV App

SlingPlayer Limps Into Apple’s iPhone App Store. Who Crippled It?

Mr. Twitter Goes to Washington, Again

Non-News From Microsoft: More Layoffs–If the Economy Tanks Again

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald