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Dartboard; one dart on bull's eye while three darts are off-target
photo: Corbis / Chat Roberts

TV advertising remains healthy, but platform operators want a bigger slice of the pie. Next year, some will introduce targeted advertising to their set top boxes, promising greater granularity and more effectiveness to marketers. Read more »

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photo: Devices: MaxxStudio/Shutterstock http://shutr.bz/11hssx3 // Newspapers: Bobbie Johnson CC http://bit.ly/11hsBAE

The nine-month-long inquiry in to British press standards says newspapers’ ethical standards have caused ‘havoc’, so a new self-regulator is required to hold them to better account. Read more »

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photo: New York - Ross2085 http://bit.ly/UN6XAI // Boxing gloves - Shutterstock/OZaiachin http://shutr.bz/UN7brm

A U.S. election bump lifts the newspaper above the venerable broadcaster, as the two British news orgs vie for American readers. But closer inspection shows the BBC remains the more popular brand. Read more »

Alan Rusbridger

‘Dead trees’ aren’t dead – they’re just dying. As news publishing’s funding dilemma grows more acute, everyone seems to know what The Guardian should do. Plenty of opinions were floated this week, as the paper denied it will stop printing. Read more »

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