Twitter Asks You How You Use Twitter While You Watch TV, While You’re Watching TV and Using Twitter

So it’s asking its users about their TV + Twitter habits. Again.
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(Almost) No One Is Reading Your Tweets

Until Friday afternoon, Justine Sacco was just like you: A Twitter user whose tweets went unread by almost everyone.
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Happy Holidays! Facebook Stuffs More Ads in Its Stockings.

’Tis the season to increase your News Feed ad load. Did you notice? Wall Street has.
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When Twitter Bought MoPub, It Bought Itself an Advertising Safety Net

Even if growth on Twitter’s own properties stalls out, it now has a fast-growing mobile business that works everywhere else
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Ads on Instagram Work Great, Says Instagram

Phew!
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Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg Sell, and So Does Wall Street

Mark Zuckerberg is selling a bunch of shares — but he’s buying even more, and giving $1 billion to charity. Meanwhile, Facebook investors are using the news as a chance to profit from a big run.
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Mirriad, the Company That Wants to Automate Product Placement, Gets Some High-Profile Help

Roger Faxon, the man last seen leading EMI Music, joins the digital ad startup as chairman.
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Hulu Says It Has 5 Million Paying Subscribers and a Billion-Dollar Year

Hulu has 5 million subscribers for its Hulu Plus video subscription service, the company announced today. That’s up from three million a year ago, and four million at the end of April. The company also said it generated $1 billion in revenue this year – a number that outgoing CEO Andy Forssell projected in October.

Here’s What a Facebook Video Ad Looks Like

Facebook is calling them a “test.” Whatever you want to call them, you’re going to be seeing these in your feed soon.
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Spotify’s Daniel Ek on Competition, Controversy and Crossing Over Into the Mainstream

“We’ve proved that you can actually make this a business,” says the streaming music service’s CEO. Next step: Making it a really big business, while fighting off new competition.
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Simulmedia’s Investors Bet $25 Million More on Smart TV Ads (Video)

Google Makes Its Own Social Ads, With a Twist

Twitter’s TV Guide Experiment Gets a Little Closer to Prime Time

Even After a Small Swoon, Twitter Investors Are Incredibly Optimistic

Time Inc. Limps Toward a Spring Spinout

Is AOL Finally Making Money From Content? Maybe!

Is YouTube Too Big to Have a Really Big Show?

Today’s Giant Media Event, Brought to You — And Owned — By Google

Ads Appear on Instagram, Just Like Instagram Said They Would

Machinima, the YouTube Giant Looking for New Money, Is Also Looking for a New CEO