paidContent Quick Hits 12.29.09


» Facebook was the #1 most-visited site on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day this year, beating for the first time. [RWW]

» The distinction between “digital” and “traditional” ad agencies will be dead in 2010. More importantly, it will be the year that publishers (and advertisers) really embrace engagement-based pricing. [Adweek]

»  Hollywood wins long-standing copyright infringement case against torrent-based search engine IsoHunt. Judge finds that founder Gary Fung “encouraged” users to download pirated content. [Mediapost]

» E-book sales overtook physical book sales on *Amazon* this Christmas. Meanwhile, online retail sales were up 3.6 percent vs. last year’s holiday season. [Washington Post]

» Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 wasn’t only the best-selling game of 2009 — it was also the most-pirated. [IGN]

» The rundown on how and where to live-stream the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square. [NewTeeVee]

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