Here’s What a Twitter News Service Might Look Like

Many of Twitter’s 215 million users have turned the service into their own personal newspaper by following people and publishers. What if Twitter started delivering that news itself?
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Facebook Tries Another Twitter-Like Move

More flattery from Facebook for Twitter, as the giant social network continues to act like its smaller rival. This time: Data feeds to tell the outside world what Facebook users are chatting about.
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ATD’s Staff Sounds Off on Hyperloop Plans, Facebook’s New Commerce Test and All Those Internet TV Options

This week’s TV and radio appearances from the AllThingsD staff.
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How to Watch CNN for Free, Without Paying for Cable*

Go to CNN.com. Is there a catch? Of course there’s a catch.
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NBC News Scooping Up Mobile Video Site Stringwire

The network is aiming to more easily turn cellphone-toting eyewitnesses into sources for breaking news video.
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Toward a More Public Social Network: Facebook Rolls Out Embedded Posts

The battle for real-time rages on!
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SigFig Raises $15 Million From Union Square Ventures and Bain Capital Ventures

Investment advice startup SigFig has raised a $15 million Series B round led by Union Square Ventures and Bain Capital Ventures, the company announced today. Prior investor DCM also participated. SigFig users upload information about their investment portfolios to get advice and recommendations about high fees and bad investments. The company has also started to work with media companies such as CNN and USA Today on partnerships that utilize its aggregate investment data. USV’s John Buttrick will join the startup’s board.

KatieCam: Jeff Zucker’s Summer Travel Plans

Jeff Zucker, CNN president, tells Katie Boehret about his summer plans.
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IAC’s Barry Diller and CNN’s Jeff Zucker: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

The two media execs talk Aereo, the future of the TV bundle and the “poo-poo cruise.”
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Zucker and Diller on Aereo: Who Gets Paid and How?

If consumers are entitled to free, over-the-air broadcasts, how are broadcasters going to be paid for their content?
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25 Things About Luke Wood

Mediafed Snaps Up News Aggregation App Taptu