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CBS Sends Out Old Shows Too; like NBC did earlier this week, CBS opens up its archive in hopes of snaring a long tail. (release) Variety, B&C, Others for Sale; Reed Elsevier selling its magazine publishing business; The Hollywood Reporter may be up for grabs too. […]

CBS Sends Out Old Shows Too; like NBC did earlier this week, CBS opens up its archive in hopes of snaring a long tail. (release)

Variety, B&C, Others for Sale; Reed Elsevier selling its magazine publishing business; The Hollywood Reporter may be up for grabs too. (Deadline Hollywood Daily)

Tay Zonday Is a Hard Interview; and makes for an entertaining read. (Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, via Reel Pop)

Hey Guys, We Had This Comedy.com Story Last Weekend; but good to note that the company’s funding also came from Dean Valentine’s Symbolic Action investment fund and Walden VC, which we hadn’t uncovered in our digging. (Variety)

CollegeHumor Cutting Deals; IAC division’s videos will now be on Joost, it’s also making a TV show for MTV based on its hilarious Hardly Working web series, according to Valleywag (which also contends the site is spreading viruses). (release, Valleywag)

Johnny Knoxville on Jackass‘ Web Move: “[P]roductivity in the a**hole department is going to be up 73 percent, you know what I mean?” (CNET)

  1. re: CBS, the content is firmly in the head. This is nothing to do with the tail. This stuff was created for the mass market.

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  2. But Gordon, one year’s head is 30 years later’s long tail.

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  3. You are right, I guess it moves over time.

    It’ll be interesting to see if something succeeding in the head today will still be in the tail in the next 30 years. Or will demand decrease far more quickly than before?

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