February 27, 2014 Owners of The Oregonian are shedding the identity of a daily print newspaper and emphasizing digital content instead. The shift has been received with both cheers and outrage nationwide.
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Netflix cut a deal with Comcast on Sunday to help boost streaming performance.
February 24, 2014 Netflix and Comcast ended their video streaming feud over the weekend, when Netflix agreed to pay the cable giant for direct access to consumers.
February 24, 2014 CNN has announced that it is canceling the show of its primetime host, Piers Morgan. A former British tabloid editor and reality show judge, Morgan was named three years ago to replace Larry King.
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February 24, 2014 When it comes to political discourse, Twitter chatter splits along liberal and conservative lines that rarely cross, according to a new report.
Jason Munkel and his father stream their Call of Duty games online every night. In the past year, they've gained more than 120,000 followers.
February 23, 2014 Jason Munkel introduced his father to the game a year ago, and their channel on the streaming site Twitch has grown dramatically. Twitch has also grown, and with millions watching games every month.
Garrick Utley in 2012.
February 21, 2014 The veteran newsman, who reported from countries around the world and moderated NBC's Meet the Press, was 74.
Verizon and Netflix are engaged in a feud over connection speeds.
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February 21, 2014 What a week in technology news: Facebook made a $19 billion purchase, Verizon and Netflix are feuding and Google's trying impressive new projects.
When an ad contains too much information, the most important parts may not stick.
February 21, 2014 The Food and Drug Administration says the long list of side effects read rapidly at the end of pharmaceutical ads may be too much for people to grasp. The agency is looking at a streamlined approach.
Internet service providers are having trouble keeping pace with growing demand for video streaming services. But there's disagreement over how to fix the problem.
February 20, 2014 Services like Netflix take up a lot of bandwidth, and their increasing popularity is fueling a dispute between these companies and the Internet service providers that carry them.
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Journalists hold placards as they demonstrate across the street from Egypt's embassy in central London, on Wednesday.
February 20, 2014 Australian Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed, have been held in Cairo since their arrest in December. They've been accused of aiding the Muslim Brotherhood.
Edward Snowden, seen during a video interview with The Guardian.
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February 17, 2014 Journalists who broke the news in The Guardian and The Washington Post are among those receiving this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism. Without their work, the stories "would not have seen the light of day."
Mike Rowe's Dirty Jobs was canceled in 2012. He now runs the mikeroweWORKS Foundation.
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February 16, 2014 Long before Rowe was the host of Dirty Jobs on the Discovery Channel, he bet his friend that he could host on QVC. He says he took it as an opportunity to do the late-night talk show he'd always wanted.
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Getty's new collection of stock images of women and families veers away from the "overworked mom" stereotype.
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February 14, 2014 Getty's new "Lean In" collection steers clear of familiar stereotypes, such as women in stilettos stepping on men. Because women are the primary users of social media, the company's visual trends director says, it's time for a different kind of representation in media and advertising.
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February 13, 2014 Melissa Block speaks with an array of international correspondents covering the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, to hear what stories are playing big with their home audiences.
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February 13, 2014 Comcast, the nation's largest cable provider, is set to become even bigger. The Philadelphia-based company has reached an agreement to acquire Time Warner Cable, the nation's second-largest cable provider, in an all-stock deal valued at roughly $45 billion. Consumer groups oppose the deal on the grounds that it will hurt competition and raise prices. But the companies claim competition won't be harmed at all.
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