The Morning Lowdown 1-17-12


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»  YouTube’s lineup gets a boost from two new entertainment channels (paidContent)

»  Media News CEO John Paton is out to stop the presses (LA Times)

»  Sarah Lacy debuts new tech site, PandoDaily–$2 million in funding and guess who’s working for her? (All Things Digital) Tech industry buys itself a mouthpiece (Gawker). Why I started PandoDaily (Sarah Lacy, PandoDaily).

»  As demand for e-books soars, libraries struggle to stock their virtual shelves (Washington Post)

»  Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) hit with class-action lawsuit by angry investors (paidContent)

»  “The salad days are over at Bloomberg”: Dispatches from inside America’s most paranoid media company (Gawker)

»  Report: Apple’s education news could be a textbook example of its growth (paidContent)

»  A new DRM-free experiment: “Diesel Sweeties” (CNET)

»  Inside The Economist’s digital strategy (Digiday)

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