Hearst Taps Demand Media’s Bradford and Yucaipa’s Johnson to “Redefine” the San Francisco Chronicle

Can the City by the Bay finally get the newspaper it deserves?

Big Media Flexes Its Muscle, and Justin Timberlake Sells a Lot of Music

It helps that he can sing and dance. But it also helps that he’s got a huge machine behind him. Also: About those iTunes charts …

Uber Driver Protest Yields Little Impact; Company Says Demand Peaked for St. Paddy’s

Uber says protesting drivers appear to have had no effect on demand over the holiday weekend.

We Are All Huffington Post Now

Hey, what time do the Oscars start, anyway?

Amid Super Bowl Blackout, It’s Back to You, No, Back to You on SNL

What happens when there’s nothing more to say?

Geek History, Facebook Glitches, the Surface Pro Reviewed and More: The AllThingsD Week in Review 2/3/13 – 2/9/13

The top 10 stories of the week, in one convenient serving.

The Super Bowl Gave the Web the Night Off

Turns out a lot of you like to watch a single screen, after all.

Super Bowl Eyeballs Up a Bit, Super Bowl Chatter Up a Lot

Blabbing on Twitter and Facebook is up 2x. But it’s hard to prove what that means for viewership.

Sports Night Redux

The worst part of the Super Bowl blackout is the inevitable episode of Newsroom that Sorkin will write.

— From Gerry Duggan via Twitter

The Super Bowl of Super Bowl Liveblogs

Mixing her passion for sports and tech, AllThingsD’s Ina Fried offers live analysis of the game, the commercials — and the reaction to the game and the commercials.

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