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MLB brings live game streaming to YouTube, but not in U.S.

MLB brings live game streaming Video highlights on MLB’s YouTube page. Major League Baseball is about to begin live streaming America’s pastime to fans on YouTube for free, but there is a catch: The arrangement will pass over fans in the U.S. and a handful of other countries where the sport is already dug in. YouTube announced on Monday that …

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Jack Dorsey says Twitter ‘not even thinking’ IPO — report

Twitter ‘not even thinking’ IPO Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey. Although there has been much speculation in recent months that Twitter is ramping up for an initial public offering, company co-founder Jack Dorsey has suggested that nothing is imminent.In an interview with Bloomberg, Dorsey reportedly said that Twitter “is not even thinking” about an IPO at the moment. “A …

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Path marches past 10M user milestone

10M user milestone The secret seems to be out about Path, which today announced that it has more than 10 million users of its private social-networking applications for iOS and Android. Path CEO and co-founder Dave Morin appropriately shared the milestone with a photo on his Path — albeit publicly, instead of privately, for all the world to see. Launched …

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Developer makes app that does Twitter Ads better than Twitter

Twitter Ads better than Twitter “Twitter should shut me down,” screams developer Myles Recny’s post. Alright, you have our attention. Recny has a service that he claims offers better cost per acquisition on Twitter than the micro-blogging website’s own promoted tweets and accounts. And this service is directly in violation of Twitter’s terms of services. So, what is this service …

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Higher expectations for digital media at NewFronts

Digital media at NewFronts Last year, the inaugural Digital NewFronts didn’t skimp on the hype. Google, Hulu, Yahoo and others made brash, glitzy presentations to advertisers trumpeting their ascendancy in a rapidly changing media landscape. Even Jay-Z dropped by. There will be plenty of the same this week in New York at the second Digital NewFronts, the digital world’s take …

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