The Morning Lowdown 09.22.10


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»  As document sharing site Scribd looks for ways to increase revenues from its archives, it admits it may have gone to far in not letting users decide to approve whether their docs go behind a paywall. However, the company appears to have rescinded its apology. [TechCrunch]

»  DC Entertainment is relocating some jobs to Hollywood from New York as it integrates the home of ‘Superman’ and ‘Batman’ into parent Warner Bros and looks for new platforms for its comic book stars. [Reuters]

»  Comcast (NSDQ: CMCSA) digital head Amy Banse is leaving her post, which is being split up into two jobs. The first involves properties directly connected to Comcast

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