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Feb. 1, 2010, 8:48 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Study shows online newsrooms look for ‘adaptive’ skills, research firm predicts jump in mobile ad spending, TV stations shouldn’t grow complacent

Media companies are in the database biz. Will Apple share iPad customer info with magazines, newspapers? http://j.mp/cTlnC1 »

Obama takes questions from YouTube users today at 1:45pm EST. It’s his first interview post-state of the union http://j.mp/b4GEmF »

Study finds online newsrooms look for “adaptive expertise,” while traditional newsrooms want “technical skills” http://j.mp/aAv6XM »

Recession is “less worse” not over for media companies, says head of world’s largest agency holding company http://j.mp/9ckHBg »

TV stations shouldn’t let $250 – $500 million political ad infusion (thanks to SCOTUS decision) distract from a reinvention http://j.mp/cX59 »

Research firm predicts mobile ad spending will quadruple to $6 billion by ’14, thanks to iPad http://j.mp/bkfQAC »

 
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