The Morning Lowdown 07-11-11


Credit: Corbis / Patricia Curi

»  Ad Industry: Solid 2010 Performance, SMG No. 1 In Billings (Mediapost)

»  Slingbox may be answer to ‘TV Everywhere’ (SF Gate via Bloomberg Businessweek)

»  NBA Sends In Subs for Stars (WSJ)

»  What It’s Like to Get Used and Abused by The Huffington Post (AdAge/The Media Guy)

»  Why I’m Doubling Down on the Twitter Ecosystem (Mark Suster)

»  Murdoch: the network defeats the hierarchy (BBC)

»  A Tabloid Shame, Exposed by Earnest Rivals (NYT/David Carr)

»  The Best Show on Web Video Is the One You Can’t See: Inside the $100 Million YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG) Channel Sweepstakes (AllThingsD)

»  Google’s Data Exchange Play (AdAge, Digiday)

»  Data Industry Reaction: What Is The Biggest Challenge With The Demand-Side Platform Model? (AdExchanger)

»  Philly Papers to Sell Android Tablets (Adweek)

»  In its first standalone measure of smartphone ownership, the Pew Internet Project finds that one third of American adults – 35% – own smartphones. (Pew Internet)

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