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Kids love their characters, and Netflix is hoping they love their new Netflix programs just as much.
No, your ISP isn't intentionally slowing down your YouTube or Netflix video streams. But it may also not exactly be helping to get them sped up. Want to see what Digg's RSS reader will look like when it comes in beta form next week? The company released a few more details and photos of the news reader for desktop and mobile. Even the venerable New York Times appears to be getting the message that the news is no longer beholden to certain traditional outlets -- it can and will find the easiest route to reach the audience it deserves. An industry group has put out an annual report showing trends in how America's 170 million sports fans use media. Why is Barnes & Noble extending price cuts on Nook tablets? It may be because the retailer is trying to clear out stock. Netflix and DreamWorks have signed a deal to create a bunch of original shows based on DreamWorks properties like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. There's no denying that many creators are making a profit from their content -- but the launch of a new Pinterest-style site curating YouTubers' favorite things is a reminder of how important non-Adsense-related revenue streams are. With speculation that Facebook might be launching an RSS reader at its press event next week, it's important to think about why users loved the Google Reader experience. Don't judge a book by its content -- at least not if it's copy-protected: German researchers are working on a new DRM system that would change individual words of a story to track pirated book copies back to their original owners.