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August 24 2012

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April 19 2012

16:13

Daily Must Reads, April 19, 2012

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung.

1. Publishers could reach settlement with 50 states in e-books case (PaidContent)



2. NBC will stream live all 30-plus sports in upcoming summer Olympics (NYT)



3. California's lieutenant governor snags gig at Current TV (NYT)



4. Spotify teams up with Coca-Cola to draw more users (Businessweek)



5. Do social-reader apps on Facebook work? (ReadWriteWeb)



6. Should the Emmys shift to a web-only program? (The Wrap)




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January 11 2012

13:16

BSkyB axes Al Gore's Current TV from its pay-TV lineup

Guardian :: Al Gore's Current TV channel in the UK is facing closure after BSkyB – part owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation – axed it from its pay-TV lineup. The satellite broadcaster took a "commercial decision" to let go of the news and documentary channel from its subscription service, which launched in a blaze of publicity in 2007 but has since struggled for ratings.

Continue to read John Plunkett, www.guardian.co.uk

November 12 2009

11:03

Mediaweek: Current TV cuts 80 staff across global offices

Current TV, the cable channel backed by former US vice president Al Gore, is to cut 80 full-time positions as part of a restructuring.

Jobs will be lost in Current’s Los Angeles, San Francisco and London offices. But Current says the cuts are not down to cost-cutting, but part of a ‘reallocation of resources’ and change to its programming, including more long-form programmes and bought-in content.

Full story at this link…

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