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Headlines From the Week in Media

Networks wrap up; Mars moves things around; Facebook buys Sofa

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Top news from the week of June 6:

► GroupM adopts anti-piracy stance for digital buys; has list of some 2,000 offenders
► Upfront update: ABC, CBS, NBC, The CW all wrap things up
Mars gives creative duties for global brands to BBDO, DDB; cuts ties with TBWA, SapientNitro
► Digital news: mobile display ads more than doubled last 2 years; May banner month for Internet news sites
Facebook rolls out facial recognition
Y&R, Taxi awarded Revlon global creative account
► AT&T wins operating license for Indonesia, gains S.E. Asia foothold
► Adweek/Harris Interactive poll: celebrity endorsements are a bust
Accenture picks TBWA as global creative shop
► News Corp. general counsel Lon Jacobs out door
Glamour falls 17% in newsstand sales through first four months of 2011
Twitter gets tighter with Apple on latest version of iOS
► Meebo study finds strangers beat friends for Web recommendations
Anthony Nelson hired as director, integrated production, Draftfcb
► Facebook buys Dutch software design firm Sofa
► Comcast’s G4 could have $600m price tag
► Meredith brings in Dick Porter as evp, president, media sales