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Online Content Providers Give In to Gravity’s Personalized Pull

There’s no shortage of startups betting on personalized news—and at least one of them, Gravity, has major news organizations joining the wager.

Twitter Redesign Emphasizes Simplicity, Brand Friendliness

Twitter executives unveiled a new version of the company's website and mobile apps today in San Francisco, one that should make the messaging service friendlier to both casual users and advertisers.

NetShelter Bets on Content With New inPowered Ads

NetShelter Technology Media, which runs advertising across a network of 4,500 independent tech bloggers, is launching a new way for brands to reach tech consumers, one that tries to abandon traditional banner ads and embrace editorial content.

Flipboard Comes to the iPhone

Flipboard, the popular news-reading startup, is taking its first step beyond the iPad: It announced plans to launch its iPhone app today.

Catalyst S+F Brings Flash Sales to Ad Buying

Marketing consultancy Catalyst S+F has come up with a new way to connect media buyers with ad inventory—and for inspiration, it looked to consumer sales sites like Gilt Groupe.

StumbleUpon Gets Brand-Friendly Face-lift

Content discovery service StumbleUpon may be one of the biggest drivers of traffic on the Web, but the company's design and branding haven't kept pace with its growth, said CEO Garrett Camp.

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Social TV Startup Miso Raises Funding

Social TV websites and apps may still be in their early, experimental phase, but they're already drawing decent-sized venture rounds. Miso, a startup that already had the backing of Google Ventures and Hearst Interactive Media, just announced that it has raised $4 million in new funding.

American Public Media Acquires Journalism Crowdfunding Service, an experiment in using community donations to fund journalism, has been acquired by American Public Media and folded into the public radio organization's Public Insight Network.

Klout Faces Foes

Klout, a startup that aims to measure people's influence on social networks—and help brands reach those influencers—has recently angered some with its practices. But CEO Joe Fernandez tells Adweek that the bad buzz has been mostly for the good.