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GoDaddy initiates IPO

The company has notified the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it could raise about $100 million in an initial public offering.

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HD advertisers score high at Super Bowl

In a first-of-its-kind survey US high definition (HD) network INHD has found that HD ads during the Super Bowl XXXIX were among the most impactful, and rated highly with adults who viewed the game in HD.

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Napster creates pathbreaking subscription service

MUMBAI: Today's music lovers are being ushered to a transcedending digital music era. Napster, the biggest brand in digital music has announced the consumer release of its groundbreaking Napster To Go technology and the unveiling of the new Napster 3.0. Napster To Go, the world's first portable...

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CBS to use tape delay for the Grammy Awards

The controversy over the Janet Jackson episode at the Super Bowl last Sunday has led to CBS trying to clean up its act. The broadcaster has announced that it plans to enhance its ability to edit out any inappropriate and unexpected events from the broadcast of the 46th Annual Grammy Awards.

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CBS to fight FCC's 'Super Bowl' fine

Going by what Viacom co-president and co-chief operating officer Leslie Moonves reportedly told the Television Critics Association on Sunday, the Viacom owned CBS Television Network is expected to fight the fine imposed on it by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over the Super Bowl...

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