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Occupy Wall Street 'Media Blackout': Journalists Arrested, Roughed Up, Blocked From Covering Clearing (HuffPost)
The surprise raid on the Occupy Wall Street encampment included an aggressive, sometimes violent approach to the journalists covering the event.
Condé Nast Becomes Latest Publisher To Unveil Private Ad Exchange (AdAge / Digital)
The assault on third-party ad networks continues. Tuesday, Condé Nast, publisher of magazines such as The New Yorker and Vanity Fair, is launching a private ad exchange to sell unsold inventory on its digital properties to a select group of advertisers. The exchange, powered by Admeld, will feature CPM price floors and real-time bidding.
Netflix Outs Redesigned Android Tablet App, New iPad Version Hitting In A Few Weeks (TechCrunch)
Netflix took to its blog Tuesday morning to announce a new look for its Android tablet app. Gone is the old beige and red scheme (finally). In its place is an immersive user interface that takes full advantage of cover art. It's swanky and a tad reminiscent of the latest set-top box version. Business Insider / Silicon Alley Insider: The app launches Tuesday on Android tablets, including the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire. Netflix says the iPad redesign is coming in a few weeks.