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July 14, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The Beeb to launch US site, WaPo partners with Bloomberg, TV shifts to the web

Tomorrow, the BBC will launch a website with US-focused stories (via @romenesko) http://j.mp/ahQ0Yd »

“Ben & Jerry’s clearly feels…that their customers prefer contact through social media sites to email in their inbox.” http://j.mp/ct8FOp »

The Lab has a Shakespeare, a JK Rowling, and a Dan Brown http://iwl.me/ »

Would iTunes do better with a paywall model rather than micropayments? http://j.mp/aiJJg7 »

During 2009-10, 90% of network shows appeared online, 50% of episodes within a day of their original air date http://j.mp/8Xgka2 »

WaPo launches online biz section co-branded with Bloomberg http://j.mp/bXpTES »

 
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