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Study: Cyberbullying Is Far Less Frequent Than Traditional, Face-To-Face Bullying

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Despite the breathless headlines and TV news segments, researcher Dan Olweus of the University of Bergen, Norway, reported the results of a study that found that traditional bullying in schools and playgrounds is far more common than cyberbullying. Olewus studied 450,000 students in the U.S. from grade 3 to 12...
Study: Cyberbullying Is Far Less Frequent Than Traditional, Face-To-Face Bullying

BSkyB 'pauses' pay-per-view on Now TV until 2013

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BSkyB launched its revolutionary pay-per-view (PPV) Now TV service earlier this summer, initially for Windows PCs, Macs and Android, though it eventually landed on Xbox and other devices. However, in an email sent to members on Friday, the satellite broadcaster announced it was temporarily stopping the PPV feature to make...
BSkyB 'pauses' pay-per-view on Now TV until 2013
Apple rolling out TV shows to Apple TV and iTunes in the Cloud in Germany

Searching For TV News Online

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Most news organizations provide video content on their sites, and aggregators like Google News also offer video clips for some stories. But there are also some excellent search tools that focus exclusively on broadcast television news, and they can often take you to “all the news that’s... Please visit Search...
Searching For TV News Online

Study: online news now more popular than newspapers in U.S.

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Filed under: Internet, NewsConsidering that you're currently online and reading news, you probably won't be shocked to hear that websites are now officially more popular than newspapers as a source of news in the U.S. That puts the Internet in third place for news, behind local TV stations and national...
Study: online news now more popular than newspapers in U.S.

Sky News faces tweet reality | Media Monkey

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Sky News bosses battened down the hatches in February after implementing strict new rules on Twitter use, banning journalists from retweeting any news stories from rival organisations. There followed a couple of high-profile journalists leaving – coincidental, we're sure – and disobedient hacks went on their merry way, breaking news...
Sky News faces tweet reality | Media Monkey

Q&A: Social media maven Jenni Hogan on reshaping the TV news business

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Jenni Hogan Jenni Hogan wants to change the way you interact with news — and the way it interacts with you. With a vision for connectivity, communication, and entrepreneurship — not to mention more than 50,000 Twitter followers — the traffic reporter and Social7 creator is working with her KIRO...
Q&A: Social media maven Jenni Hogan on reshaping the TV news business

Let's Go to the Videotape: Nonprofit Offers News Clips

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For those who envy Jon Stewart’s ability to have TV news clips at his fingertips, a new Internet library service may be just the thing. On Monday, a San Francisco nonprofit called the Internet Archive launched a free service that will let people sort through archives of every national news...
Let's Go to the Videotape: Nonprofit Offers News Clips
Internet Archive launches TV News Search & Borrow

BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Smartphones Driving Huge Growth In Mobile Video

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Mobile Insights is a daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. Smartphones Used For Most Mobile Video Consumption (Flurry via Rapid TV News)Nearly a third of time spent playing games take places on larger devices, namely full-sized tablets, small...
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Smartphones Driving Huge Growth In Mobile Video
Google Play eyes 1.5B app installs every month

All the TV News Since 2009, on One Web Site

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The Internet Archive plans to make more than 350,000 programs available on its Web site beginning Tuesday....
All the TV News Since 2009, on One Web Site
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves again says he denied Steve Jobs access to TV programming for fear of disrupting revenue streams

Chinese Net Memes

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Here are some Chinese internet memes, as presented by More Suzhou magazine (February/ March 2010 issue): What, brother, is smoking, is not a cigarette, but loneliness! (...) gē chōu de bú shì yān, shì jì mò In July of 2009, someone posted a picture of a guy eating a bowl...
Chinese Net Memes
Google tells developers to 'stay tuned' for Google TV news at I/O

The Female Orgasm: By the Numbers | KoldCast TV - News Blog

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The Female Orgasm: By the Numbers | KoldCast TV - News Blog

Internet Archive collects, streams TV news archives

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Most people use the Internet Archive to find out what the Web once looked like. But now the site has an additional function: TV News Search & Borrow, which stores a collection of 1000 national news shows with some 350,000 individual programs dating back to 2009. The site will...
Internet Archive collects, streams TV news archives

Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

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We've got a tight cluster of top comments this week, with all four of the winners-by-vote coming from just two posts. Up first is our runaway champion of the week: an anonymous commenter who took Most Insightful by a wide margin, and also eked into the first place Funny slot...
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

Vizio officially announces $99 Google TV “Co-Star” for July

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While we already got a look at its Google TV plans during CES earlier this year, Vizio made things official today for its “Co-Star” Google TV streaming box giving it a $99 price tag and pre-order date set for July. The Co-Star goes a little bit beyond the typical Google...
Vizio officially announces $99 Google TV “Co-Star” for July

Deja vu: OLED and 4K will dominate CES 2013 TV news

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The Consumer Electronics Show gives us a glimpse at the TV trends we'll see in 2013. Much like last year, the talk of the show in TVs will revolve around OLED and 4K. [Read more]...
Deja vu: OLED and 4K will dominate CES 2013 TV news

Google TV to stream movies, TV shows, and music from Google Play this summer

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Google gave an update regarding improvements to the Google Play store coming to Android devices and elsewhere yesterday during day 1 of its Google I/O keynote. However, notably left out from its presentations was info on what was in the works for Google TV (despite two identical Google Glass...
Google TV to stream movies, TV shows, and music from Google Play this summer

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

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Hello there. News time: The maps app on the iPhone 5 might actually be terrible. Apple stock hit $700 yesterday, closing just below it. Peter Rojas believes Apple is working on a wearable computer. The Internet Archive will house all TV news since 2009. Wi-Fi is coming to JetBlue, and...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

And Now For The Most Important Number In The News Business...

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What's the most important number in the news business? What number, above all other numbers, dictates how many news providers the world will support and which media they will provide news in? 70. As in "Seventy." What is the significance of the number "70" in the news business? "70" is...
And Now For The Most Important Number In The News Business...

Hey Internet Girl: Aaron Sorkin's TV News 2.0 Show Gets a Second Season (Video)

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Hollywood super-writer Aaron Sorkin has already gotten his new show on the struggles of creating a new television news show in the Internet age renewed for another season. The successful Sorkin made light of the struggles to attract an big audience for the HBO program in a recent onstage...
Hey Internet Girl: Aaron Sorkin's TV News 2.0 Show Gets a Second Season (Video)

Google TV Gets A New YouTube App

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Last month, Google began showing the new versions of Google TV at CES, giving the press a taste of what was in store. One particular panel discussing Google TV’s new capabilities led Rupert Murdoch to take to Twitter, bemoaning the pirating ways of the search behemoth. Forbes has the backstory...
Google TV Gets A New YouTube App

'Heroes' Canceled

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Filed under: TV NewsNBC is no longer holding out for 'Heroes.' According to the Live Feed, the network has officially axed the series, about ordinary people with extraordinary powers, after four seasons. The news ends a rocky ride for 'Heroes,' which premiered in 2006 to a staggering 14.3 million viewers...
'Heroes' Canceled

The Hobbit will be first movie to support UltraViolet in New Zealand and Australia

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Peter Jackson's homeland hasn't been too hot on UltraViolet until now, despite the cross-platform library tool's growing popularity in the US and UK. That'll change with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which is set to launch on DVD and Blu-ray in New Zealand on May 1st and will allow...
The Hobbit will be first movie to support UltraViolet in New Zealand and Australia

It's not Twitter -- this is just the way the news works now

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If it seems like just yesterday that we were talking about how error-prone Twitter and other social-media outlets were during a crisis, that’s because it was almost yesterday — Hurricane Sandy, the last event to really stress-test the accuracy of real-time citizen reporting and “networked journalism,” happened just six weeks...
It's not Twitter -- this is just the way the news works now

Now There Are Rumors That Murdoch May Kill 'The Daily'

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When Rupert Murdoch's iPad-only newspaper launched early last year, many people predicted it was not long for this world. This was in part because of the massive amount of money News Corp. was pouring into the project--the word was that 'The Daily' had a $60 million annual budget--and in part...
Now There Are Rumors That Murdoch May Kill 'The Daily'

BlackBerry chief: tablets will be dead in five years' time

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Thorsten Heins says tablets are 'not a good business model' - but he expects to sell 'tens of millions' of new Q10 smartphoneBlackBerry's chief executive has said that in five years "I don't think there'll be a reason to have a tablet any more" - but he expects the company...
BlackBerry chief: tablets will be dead in five years' time
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