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Condé Naste’s Web Strategy Yielding Results; magazine publisher has found success by creating web sites around topics, not individual magazine titles; also has struck a deal with YouTube. (The Wall Street Journal) Spotzer Media Raises 10 Million Euros; financing of the video ad company was led […]

Condé Naste’s Web Strategy Yielding Results; magazine publisher has found success by creating web sites around topics, not individual magazine titles; also has struck a deal with YouTube. (The Wall Street Journal)

Spotzer Media Raises 10 Million Euros; financing of the video ad company was led by Sierra Ventures, with European Directories participating; money will be used to fund U.S. expansion. (News & Observer)

FCC Scales Back Cable Regulation Stance; decision over whether cable industry had grown too dominant postponed, but all not lost as new rule makes it cheaper for programmers to lease channels. (The New York Times)

Eyeballs Will Stay With Old TeeVee; survey says most media execs think broadband will makes gains, but television will remain dominant through 2012. (The Hollywood Reporter)

VH-1 Releases New Mobile Series; the animated The Misadventures of Bob Paparazzo is about a bumbling photographer. (MediaWeek)

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