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Mike Shields

Yahoo Powers Up Online Sports Magazine

For years, Yahoo Sports has been outdrawing sports giants ESPN and Sports Illustrated in terms of online audience reach. Now, the portal is looking to borrow a page or two…

AOL Taps Endemol to Create Web Series for Women

AOL has partnered with reality TV hit maker Endemol USA to develop a pair of original Web series aimed at women.The first is Re-Dressed by America, a makeover series with…

Kiefer Sutherland Finds Life After 24 on Web (Updated)

What does Jack Bauer do for an encore after saving the world for eight seasons? Save the Web, of course.Actor Kiefer Sutherland has partnered with the Web production firm/video network…

Report: Murdoch, Jobs to Unveil The Daily Together

News Corp.'s $30 billion digital daily newspaper experiment is about to come to fruition, and the media giant has lined up one of the world's greatest salesmen to deliver the…

Report: Murdoch, Jobs to Present 'The Daily'

News Corp.'s $30 million digital daily newspaper experiment is about to come to fruition, and the media giant has lined up one of the world's greatest salesmen to…

Demand Media Pushes for IPO With Amended SEC Filing

Demand Media’s plans for an initial public offering are moving forward. The timing of the IPO, however, is being held up by looming questions about the company's accounting practices, according…

'Rock Band' Founders Sue Viacom Over Payout

When bands break up, things often get ugly. Apparently, it's no different in the virtual band world.Alex Rigopulos and Eran Egozy, founders of Harmonix—the company that developed the video game…

IAC Launches The Writers Network

Freelance writers now have yet another means of making 15 bucks.According to Adage.com, IAC's Pronto group has rolled out a new venture called The Writers Network, which on its Web…

Examiner.com Gets Legitimate With Reuters Deal

Score another victory for freelancers—though full-time journalists might have yet another reason to panic.Thomson Reuters has partnered with the fast-growing Examiner.com, one of a handful of media companies that employs…

CBS' Moonves Tells Google TV to Pay Up

If Google wants access to the broadcast networks’ top prime-time shows for its fledgling Google TV product, they are going to have to cough up some cash.At least, they will…

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