I Want My TV: 25 percent of old dusty analog signals went dark last night. And many people are confused! In Arkansas, KARK, KASN, KTEJ went digital-only, with KTHV and KATV running both signals until the new analog cutoff deadline (for reals!) on June 12.
Who Owns Your Snowball Fights? Facebook changes its TOS, says it can do anything it wants with your content, which it owns forever and ever. Yep, your privacy is an illusion.
Cooling Off: Local Web advertising — some of the fastest growth in Internet advertising in recent years — is expected to slow in 2009 as local business trim spending during tough times.
Tumblr Muzzlr: Julia Allison haters get booted from Tumblr, the hipster blogging platform. Some cry foul.
End of Days? A.H. Belo says no. The Dallas Morning News publisher might be laying off 500 people, but it’s certainly not considering stopping publishing or home delivery on certain days.
Niche Publishing: Newsweek is relaunching, aiming for a smaller audience, and some staffers ain’t happy. But at least they have jobs!
New Kid on the Block: Politico makes waves, headlines, muscling up to the front of the pack in this new world of post-print journalism.
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