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CNET Reporter Resigns, Questioning CBS' Commitment to 'Editorial Independence' - Posted January 14, 2013
CNET reporter Greg Sandoval has resigned from the CBS-owned website, citing a lack of confidence in CBS' commitment to editorial independence. Hello all. Sad to report that I've resigned from CNET. I no longer have confidence that CBS is committed to editorial independence. -- Greg Sandoval (@sandoCNET) ... [TVNewser]

Tech Writer Corroborates Bleak Hollywood View - Posted February 27, 2012
At the end of her chilling New York Times Op Ed, author and screenwriter Hilary De Vries... [FishbowlLA]

Digital Media Expert: 'Netflix Deliberately Creating Customer Dissatisfaction' - Posted July 18, 2011
CNET media columnist Greg Sandoval has a thought-provoking review of different theories being floated in the aftermath ... [FishbowlLA]

Hollywood Execs More Scared Than Ever of Netflix - Posted March 7, 2011
CNET media correspondent Greg Sandoval takes the current temperature of Hollywood vis-a-vis unstoppable behemoth Netflix, and ... [FishbowlLA]

Trying to Avoid Another Hurt Locker - Posted November 15, 2010
Kathryn Bigelow's intense Iraq War drama The Hurt Locker may have won the Academy Award for Best Picture, but it also holds a less savory distinction. Ac... [FishbowlLA]

A Pro Bono Video Piracy Defender - Posted November 1, 2010
CNET News media reporter Greg Sandoval has an intriguing profile today o... [FishbowlLA]

MySpace "In Freefall" as Marketshare Drops More Than 35% in Last Year - Posted October 14, 2009
Internet monitoring company Hitwise released new data on the top social networks last week. As suspected, Facebook and Twitter experienced growth. In Facebook's case, the network grew 190% over last year and now claims 58.6% market share in terms of total visitors to social n... [PRNewser]

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