paidContent Week In Review: Osama Bin Laden; Netflix; ‘The Daily’


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In case you missed it, links to some of the top stories in digital media this past week:

»  By The Numbers: An Online Snapshot Of Bin Laden’s Demise

»  Netflix CEO: Still Not Trying To Be An Internet MSO. Really.

»  Internet Traffic Was Down By A Tenth On Royal Wedding Day

»  News Corp Has Lost $10 Million On The Daily This Year

»  NYT’s Nisenholtz Calls Reported 300,000 Digital Sub Goal ‘Inaccurate’

»  Infographic: A Look At LinkedIn On Its 8th Birthday

»  Warner Bros. Push For Digital Leadership Continues With Flixster Purchase

»  FilmOn Founder Alki David Sues CBS, CNET

»  MySpace Losses Grow Despite Cuts; News Corp Buoyed By TV But Disappoints

»  Righthaven, Hoping To Turn Tide In Court, Hires Top NYC Copyright Lawyer

»  Mozilla Won’t Ban Add-On That Helps Users Find Sites Seized By Gov’t

»  TiVo’s Rogers: Settlement Will Provide Recurring Revenue From Licensing

»  CBS’ Moonves: We’re Not Just Counting On Netflix

»  Demand Says Search Traffic To EHow Off 20 Percent Since Google Changes

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