The Morning Lowdown 12-16-11


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»  Janet Robinson stepping down as NYT CEO; memo from Arthur Sulzberger (paidContent)

»  RIM (NSDQ: RIMM) confirms down Q3, but management assures us everything will be fine (paidContent). Plus, here’s why RIM should have fired its co-CEOs months, if not years, ago.

»  Viewers watching more streaming video on game consoles (Company Town/LA Times)

»  What a hotlink costs advertisers in magazine iPad editions (AdAge)

»  Is Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) pushing publishers to the brink on terms and co-ops? (Publishers Weekly)

»  House committee appears headed toward approving SOPA (Computerworld via Mediagazer). The latest from the SOPA soap opera (paidContent)

»  New adds stream of user tips for crowd ranking (Poynter.)

»  Is iAd doomed? (Digiday)

»  16 most-anticipated tech products of 2012 (CNET)

»  Cook’s Illustrated starts an infographic blog; first up: Baking 911 (Cook’s Pixelated)

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