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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/28/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 28, 2015. ESPN sues Verizon over new stripped-down ‘Custom TV’ plan (USA Today) ESPN has sued Verizon over the telecom […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/26/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 27, 2015. Net Vitality [Report by Stuart Brotman] (Media Institute) This is the first-ever quantitative and qualitative composite analysis of […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/23/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 23, 2015. Report Suggests FCC About to Kill Comcast’s Time Warner Cable Deal (Recode)    Comcast’s effort to convince regulators […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/22/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 22, 2015. It’s Official: Verizon Fios Becomes First Pay-TV Provider to Offer Customized Program Packages (Hollywood Reporter) Verizon’s FiOS service made […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/21/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 21, 2015. Google’s Biggest European Headache Isn’t Search. It’s Android (Recode) A week into Google’s dramatic skirmish with the European […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/20/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 20, 2015. Google overhauls search rankings for mobiles Google will overhaul the way its search engine recommends websites on mobiles, […]

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‘What’s Hot’ List: 4/17/15

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DPI presents the  ‘What’s Hot’ list for the week! FCC net neutrality rules published to Federal Register (ITWorld Blog, 4/12/15) The new net neutrality rule of […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/16/15

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The Digital Daily Dozen for April 16, 2015. Here’s Big Cable’s plan to stop the FCC’s net neutrality rules (Vox) The groups won’t be required to […]

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‘What’s Hot’ List: 4/10/15

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‘What’s Hot’ List: 4/10/15 FCC collects millions in fines over 911 outage (The Hill’s Technology Policy Blog, 4/6/15) The Federal Communications Commission is continuing to […]