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Date: 2011-10-11
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Netflix hits rewind on break-up plan
Online video streaming and DVD rental company Netflix has announced it will not go ahead with a harshly criticized plan split its two video services into two separate companies, with different websites.
Content Insider # 199 -- Relationships Change
When People Talk, People Listen, Marketing Gets Better
We'd like to but we can't blame everything on the up-and-coming kids. We can't blame all of the changes on computers, connectivity and social media. Marketing, communications are different today than they were in the 70s, 80s, 90s. It will be different in 2020. But then it never was the same. It has always been in a constant state of change, flux. It really is business as usual because the usual, the norm, is change. Every day it just seems to change a little faster.

Getty Images Presents the Latest 27Letters Project
Getty Images' 27Letters is a dedicated website for creatives that showcases the visual trends that are currently setting the global visual conversation. Collated alphabetically and updated every few days, 27Letters was first launched in 2010. The initiative features insights into the most used, referenced and talked-about visual trends in the media space, from over 250 influential media sites and opinion-forming blogs, providing "bite-sized" reports on the latest visual content.
Microsoft to Bring More Streaming Content to Xbox
Media outlets point out even though Microsoft is bringing more content to the Xbox streaming service, it ain't going to be cheap.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies at 56
Apple's first television commercial was released for use during the 1984 Super Bowl. It is regarded by many as one of the most memorable and successful American television commercials of all time.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies at 56
Steve Jobs was a big part of the Pixar computer animation company's success story

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