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This is the third in a series of posts over this week that looks at the most significant developments of this year in the sectors that we co…

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This is the third in a series of posts over this week that looks at the most significant developments of this year in the sectors that we cover, from publishing to mobile to advertising.

2011 was a year when our industry’s very biggest digital media vessels all got new pilots at the controls – and others came under pressure to push the “eject” button.

But don’t look for a common thread – our best and brightest each swapped their topper for very different reasons…

Read the rest of the posts in our Highlights of 2011 archives.

  1. You left off Time Inc.’s CEO media change.  It is a legacy media business but don’t write them off yet.  They’ve got great brands that still dominate the media landscape and their choice of a digitally savvy player from the buy side a wise one to position them to win in the coming years.  That choice is arguably more relevant than what happens at Yahoo! or AOL.  

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