The Morning Lowdown 08.06.10


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»  A Jack Griffin-led Time Inc. (NYSE: TWX) would include the same emphasis he put on marketing services at Meredith (NYSE: MDP), but on a larger scale. [Mediaweek]

»  CNN may be suffering in the ratings, but under Jon Klein, president of CNN/U.S., it’s still raking in profits. [Vanity Fair]

»  USA Today has struck a content syndication deal with Mashable. [Release]

Consumer and privacy groups sent letters to the Chair and Ranking Member of both the House and Senate Commerce Committees to investigate issues related to privacy and data collection highlighted in the WSJ’s series on targeting this past week. [Center for Digital Democracy]

»  AOL’s Patch is making its presence known in Massachusetts and that has established news organs worried. [Boston Globe]

»  Conde Nast is preparing to turn some of its magazine titles into restaurant brands in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. Individual mags will be free to form their own deals in the U.S. [WSJ]

»  Even though he just won a copyright suit he brought against an infringing politician, The Eagles’ Don Henley regards YouTube as a “fence,” aiding and abetting copyright violations. [AllThingsD]

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