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  •  - Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu participates in "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles

    Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu participates in "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles

    Posted: 7/1/2011 2:40:15 PM EST
    Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu, participates in the Hollywood Radio and Television Society presentation of "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles September 8, 2009. REUTERS/Phil McCarten
  •  - Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu participates in "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles

    Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu participates in "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles

    Posted: 7/1/2011 2:39:13 PM EST
    Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu, participates in the Hollywood Radio and Television Society presentation of "The Digital Chiefs: A Special Conversation on the Future of new Media in the Digital Age" panel discussion in Los Angeles September 8, 2009. REUTERS/Phil McCarten
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 11:11:56 AM EST
    Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli shows to journalists the new portal, www.news.va, during a press conference at the Vatican, Saturday, June 25, 2011. The Vatican, whose communications problems are well known, is taking a leap into the world of new media next week with the launch of a news information portal that Pope Benedict XVI himself may put online with a papal click. The portal is being launched Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of Benedict's ordination as a priest. Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli, who heads the Vatican office that developed the portal, said Benedict may put the site online himself with a click from the Apostolic Palace. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 11:11:55 AM EST
    Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli shows to journalists the new portal, www.news.va, during a press conference at the Vatican, Saturday, June 25, 2011. The Vatican, whose communications problems are well known, is taking a leap into the world of new media next week with the launch of a news information portal that Pope Benedict XVI himself may put online with a papal click. The portal is being launched Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of Benedict's ordination as a priest. Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli, who heads the Vatican office that developed the portal, said Benedict may put the site online himself with a click from the Apostolic Palace. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 11:11:55 AM EST
    Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli shows to journalists the new portal, www.news.va, during a press conference at the Vatican, Saturday, June 25, 2011. The Vatican, whose communications problems are well known, is taking a leap into the world of new media next week with the launch of a news information portal that Pope Benedict XVI himself may put online with a papal click. The portal is being launched Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of Benedict's ordination as a priest. Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli, who heads the Vatican office that developed the portal, said Benedict may put the site online himself with a click from the Apostolic Palace. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 11:11:54 AM EST
    Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli shows to journalists the new portal, www.news.va, during a press conference at the Vatican, Saturday, June 25, 2011. The Vatican, whose communications problems are well known, is taking a leap into the world of new media next week with the launch of a news information portal that Pope Benedict XVI himself may put online with a papal click. The portal is being launched Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of Benedict's ordination as a priest. Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli, who heads the Vatican office that developed the portal, said Benedict may put the site online himself with a click from the Apostolic Palace. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
  •  - Chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV Liu stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV Liu stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Posted: 5/12/2011 11:36:27 AM EST
    Liu Changle (2nd R), chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV, stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange while waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media May 12, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Posted: 5/12/2011 10:56:19 AM EST
    Liu Changle (C), chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York May 12, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Posted: 5/12/2011 10:54:31 AM EST
    Liu Changle (2nd R), chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York May 12, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Liu, chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York

    Posted: 5/12/2011 10:53:10 AM EST
    Liu Changle , chairman and CEO of Chinese media company Phoenix TV stands on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange waiting for the announcement of the IPO of Phoenix New Media in New York May 12, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 1:20:37 PM EST
    Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 1:18:22 PM EST
    An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 1:01:05 PM EST
    An elderly Hungarian woman covers her mouth during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:59:01 PM EST
    Hungarians attend a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - People demonstrate against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    People demonstrate against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:54:20 PM EST
    People demonstrate against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A woman shouts slogans in front of a painting of the Hungarian poet Sandor Petofi during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    A woman shouts slogans in front of a painting of the Hungarian poet Sandor Petofi during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:52:21 PM EST
    A woman shouts slogans in front of a painting of the Hungarian poet Sandor Petofi during a demonstration against the Hungarian government's new media law in Budapest March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Romanian journalists protest against Hungary's new media law in front of Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Romanian journalists protest against Hungary's new media law in front of Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:51:11 PM EST
    Romanian journalists hold mock copies of the Hungarian newspaper "Uj Magyar Szo" (New Hungarian Word) with the words "Let the press be free!" during a protest against Hungary's new media law in front of Hungarian embassy in Bucharest, March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MEDIA POLITICS)
  •  - A Romanian journalist protests against Hungary's new media law in front of Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    A Romanian journalist protests against Hungary's new media law in front of Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:48:03 PM EST
    A Romanian journalist holds a banner and a mock copy of the Hungarian newspaper "Uj Magyar Szo" (New Hungarian Word) with the words "Let the press be free!" during a protest against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest, March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MEDIA POLITICS)
  •  - A Romanian journalist with mouth covered, protests against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    A Romanian journalist with mouth covered, protests against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:44:05 PM EST
    A Romanian journalist with mouth covered, protests against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest, March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MEDIA POLITICS)
  •  - Romanian journalists with mouths covered protest against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Romanian journalists with mouths covered protest against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest

    Posted: 3/15/2011 12:41:51 PM EST
    Romanian journalists with mouths covered protest against Hungary's new media law in front of the Hungarian embassy in Bucharest, March 15, 2011. Under the law, which took effect on Jan. 1, a new media authority dominated by appointees of the ruling Fidesz party will oversee all public news production. It can levy big fines on private media, which are required to be "balanced". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MEDIA POLITICS)