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29 Steps to Running an Effective Facebook Page [Checklist] - JonLoomer.com

29 Steps to Running an Effective Facebook Page [Checklist] - JonLoomer.com | Important News in Media and Digital Industries | Scoop.it
Everything you need to run an effective Facebook Page is within this website's pages. To make it easier, I've assembled the ultimate checklist. Pass it on! (This is a great list!
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Soon you'll be able to go to CVS and print a book

Soon you'll be able to go to CVS and print a book | Important News in Media and Digital Industries | Scoop.it
On Demand Books, makers of the print-on-demand Espresso Book Machine, is expanding its footprint substantially in a partnership with Kodak that will integrate the Espresso technology with Kodak Picture Kiosks in stores such as CVS and other retail...
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IAB Rising Stars units out perform traditional digital ads | TechJournal

IAB Rising Stars units out perform traditional digital ads | TechJournal | Important News in Media and Digital Industries | Scoop.it
Michael Goldberg of Martini Media explains why the Internet Advertising Bureau's Rising Stars Digital ad units out perform traditional digital ads.
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Nintendo's New Wii Aims to Be TV Hub

Nintendo's New Wii Aims to Be TV Hub | Important News in Media and Digital Industries | Scoop.it
Nintendo's new Wii U videogame machine—its first new home console in six years—will go on sale in the U.S. Nov. 18, starting at $300. It will include features aimed at making it a hub for TV viewing.
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David Carr on newspapers, Twitter and citizen journalism

David Carr on newspapers, Twitter and citizen journalism | Important News in Media and Digital Industries | Scoop.it
Despite all the gloom in the newspaper business, which he says will likely still have to suffer more pain and possible bankruptcies, New York Times media writer David Carr says he believes that thanks to the internet we are living in a "golden age...
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