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The All Blacks Crash Young Rugby Fan's Breakfast Time - Posted May 12, 2014
Saatchi New Zealand and cereal brand Weet-Bix has solicited the help of handful of players from native team The All Blacks, perhaps one of the most well-known rugby franchises in the world, to help make a young fan's dream come true. How? By surprising the lad at his breakfast table, obviously.... [AgencySpy]

With an Aereo Win, 'The Television Industry Will Be Profoundly Reconfigured' - Posted April 21, 2014
On the eve of the most significant media case in years before the Supreme Court, the high court has granted a request from the Deputy Solicitor General to argue in support of broadcasters who ha... [TVNewser]

Broadcasters Developing Contingency Plans in Case of an Aereo Supreme Court Victory - Posted April 15, 2014
Although Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia has said there is no plan B for the streaming television service in the event of a Supreme Court loss, the ... [SocialTimes.com]

Broadcasters Developing Contingency Plans in Case of an Aereo Supreme Court Victory - Posted April 15, 2014
Although Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia has said there is no plan B for the streaming television service in the event of a Supreme Court loss, the ... [TVSpy]

If Aereo Wins, Here's a Plan B for Broadcasters - Posted April 15, 2014
If Aereo loses its Supreme Court case, to be argued a week from today, it does not have a plan B. Broadcasters, on the other hand, do. The Wall Street Journal ... [TVNewser]

Amazon Will Now Let You Login & Pay With Amazon on Other Sites - Posted October 8, 2013
You can sign into a lot of websites with your Facebook account. Now Amazon wants to let you pay for your online shopping transactions by logging into your Amazon account on an e-commerce website. Amazon's new ... [FishbowlDC]

Amazon Will Now Let You Login & Pay With Amazon on Other Sites - Posted October 8, 2013
You can sign into a lot of websites with your Facebook account. Now Amazon wants to let you pay for your online shopping transactions by logging into your Amazon account on an e-commerce website. Amazon's new ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

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