Headlines From the Week in Media

Google buys Admeld; Pandora stock dips; AOL/HuffPo keeps on poaching staffers

Top news from the week of June 13:

Google buys Admeld; sixth biggest acquisition to date

JCPenney taps head of Apple retail, Ron Johnson, as CEO

Pandora debuts well on NYSE—then shares fall below IPO price

GQ, Gilt Groupe team on e-commerce site

Natalie Lam hired as executive creative director, McCann

Inside Facebook reports Facebook lost 6 million American users in May

► Plus: Facebook believed to be working on iPhone platform

► Time Warner Cable tests technology to measure consumption-based billing

► NBC’s Salt Lake City affiliate says "no" to airing The Playboy Club

► BBDO wins Red Cross

► AOL/HuffPo hires Vanity Fair’s Michael Hogan as executive features editor

► JWT N.Y. names Beth Waxman-Arteta CMO

Zynga sues Vostu for allegedly copying its online games

WPP sues TRA Global over analysis system

► NBCU, Guardian Media Entertainment strike deal for NHL superhero franchise

Skype and Comcast to offer TV video chats

► Bye-bye to iPhone concert videos: Apple working on tech to shut off cameras at events

Apple, Nokia reach settlement; patent dispute finally ends

► Gawker Media hires Condé Nast’s Andrew Gorenstein as chief