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WSJ Video: Netflix Chairman and CEO Reed Hastings describes the latest weapon in the battle against Blockbuster: instant viewing over the internet.
"Britain's famously competitive newspapers have a new battleground: Google. To gain new readers, they are buying up online search terms and tailoring their writing and Web sites to attract Google's news site."
"Digital music service Napster will become the exclusive music subscription provider for Time Warner's AOL Music, replacing its AOL Music Now service. About 350,000 subscribers are to be transferred to Napster's digital music subscription service."
"Google is going to partner with Friendster to place advertising and power its search technology, says CEO Kent Lindstrom, CEO of the social-networking site. The two-year deal will be similar to the partnership Google entered last year with MySpace."
"Consumers are becoming accustomed to consuming text and embedded video simultaneously, says David Carr, media columnist of the New York Times and video blogger for the paper."
"The New York Stock Exchange plans a pilot program later this year that could bring real-time stock quotes to Internet users. Google and CNBC say they would offer data for free to their users."
"The initial product is a very easy to use Flash tool to create a profile and a family tree - including siblings, spouses, cousins, aunts and uncles, and their families."
"Dovetail, the video site for independent filmmakers, is announcing today that it will pay $0.10 to the artist every time someone downloads his/her feature film, short, TV show or music video."
"...allows Vox members to create public or private groups for sharing their blog posts, photos, videos, music and the rest. Groups can be public, invite-only or private, and the group owner can give admin access to other members."
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