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The Morning Lowdown 07-19-11

»  Murdochs Have A Lot Riding On Tuesday’s Command Performance (paidContent)

»  Bye Bye, Borders: Chain Shuttering All…

Hearst startup Manilla tackles bill management

Manilla, a new free online bill management service incubated by media giant Hearst, is now available to the public. It offers to manage and store your bills and lets users set custom alerts to remind them to pay.

Hearst Adopts AOL ‘Large Format’ Ads

As AOL (NYSE: AOL) prepares for its Q1 earnings on Wednesday morning — and the expectation that it will have reduced declines in display ad…

The Morning Lowdown 04-05-11

»  Satellite TV system Dish Network (NSDQ: DISH) is partnering with cross-platform pay-TV venture Epix, which is backed by Paramou…

The Morning Lowdown 03-29-11

»  New York Times (NYSE: NYT) Digital Subscriptions: The Unofficial FAQ Updated (paidContent … Also, see our Staci D. Kramer on…

The Morning Lowdown 01.11.11

»  Sources say Rupert Murdoch will be joined by Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs for News Corp.’s unveiling of its “iPad newspape…

The Morning Lowdown 12.15.10

»  Hearst and Hachette execs are set to meet in the next few weeks to finalize deal talks. But before that happens, it’s losing so…

MMO Developer Gazillion Raises $60 Million

The massively multiplayer online game market has lately been overshadowed by the boom in social gaming, but money is still flowing into the…

Esquire Gets Animated For iPad App Debut

Esquire took its time, but it finally released its iPad mag app last night on iTunes. While the Hearst mag has been selling digital issues o…

Hearst Opening ‘Think Tank’ For Apps

As Hearst Magazines continues its app rollout through the end of this year, the publisher is opening an “App Lab” at its New York headquarte…

Hearst Digital Teams With Coupons.com

With everyone looking for cost-savings these days, Hearst Digital hopes to capitalize on that desire by starting a partnership with Coupons.…

Nothing Yet On Seattle PI As Deadline Passes

Monday was the end of the 60-day self-imposed deadline that Hearst gave on the fate of Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper, and as of today…

Hearst's UK Jellyfish Goes Belly Up

Well, you can’t blame them for trying…Hearst’s UK division Natmags has axed its digital-only magazine Jellyfish after a five-month trial,…

Magazines Starting To Add Games To Sites

Hearst magazines is making a novel addition to its sites: it has tied up with online game developer Arkadium in a two year deal to add a num…

After eCrush, Hearst Revs Up Digital Moves

Hearst Magazines may have been too cautious in the past when it came to building up its website properties (for instance, the not-so success…