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LinkedIn on Wednesday announced that it will now allow users to add video and photos to their profile pages — essentially, a way to let users create a more visual representation of an online resume. The update will begin rolling out to members of English-speaking countries on Wednesday.
Twitter announced on Monday that it hired Kirstine Stewart as the managing director (and, ha, the first hire) of Twitter Canada. Stewart comes from a background in media, previously serving as EVP at CBC Radio Services in Canada. She’ll be looking to build a team, beginning in Toronto.
Hollywood is about drama. It’s about suspense, it’s about intrigue. I think our relationship with Hollywood is similar.
– Google Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora on Google and the entertainment industry, in conversation at D: Dive Into Media
News Bytewe predicted back in October, Yahoo and NBC Sports announced on Sunday that the two companies will pair up for future sports coverage, combining Yahoo’s Web-based sports reporting with NBC’s television and digital resources. The two sites will continue maintaining separate newsrooms and editorial control over their respective content, but collaborate on major sporting events on both television and the Web.