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Thursday, September 20, 2012
TRENDING STORIES IN MEDIA
Yahoo Raises $4.3 Billion From Alibaba Sale
Why Did a Jobs Site Acquire a $20 Million Tech Aggregator?
One Month in, HuffPo's Streaming Network Is a 'Clip-Generating Machine'
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Contently Adds Tools to Help Writers Showcase and Track Their Work
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 8:01 PMSeth Fiegerman
Contently, a platform that helps brands in need of content find freelance writers in need of work, will unveil a new tool on Thursday called Portfolio+ that is designed to help writers build up their own brands. Portfolio+ provides a quick and...



ESPN Adds Twitter-Style News Feed
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 4:48 PMSam Laird
ESPN debuted a web app called the SportsCenter Feed on Wednesday, and the tool bears a striking resemblance to the service where many sports fans consume news and information these days: Twitter. Instead of presenting ESPN.com visitors with the...



Twitter's Advice to Journalists: Tweet Your Beat, Use Hashtags
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 2:48 PMLauren Indvik
It's been a little less than three months since Mark Luckie left The Washington Post to become manager of journalism and news at Twitter, and now he's got some advice for journalists using the microblogging network. Working in conjunction with...



Vimeo Creators Can Now Make Money Off Their Videos
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 7:02 AMChristina Warren
Online video site Vimeo has announced Wednesday that it is going to allow creators to monetize their films and videos. Rather than placing ads on videos -- like what Google does with YouTube -- Vimeo will allow Vimeo Plus and Vimeo Pro members to...



Yahoo Raises $4.3 Billion From Alibaba Sale
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 4:49 AMTodd Wasserman
Yahoo sold its stake in Alibaba for $7.6 billion, but will funnel most of the after-tax proceeds back to shareholders. The search company's after-tax take will be around $4.3 billion, $3.65 billion of which will be returned to Yahoo's investors....



 
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