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Tweets for Keeps: February 5 – February 11, 2012

GigaOm added paidContent to its tech publishing empire this week. San Diego U-T talks about starting a TV network. And Superbowl XLVI claims "most streamed online sports event ever." So far.

Tweets for Keeps: January 29 – February 4, 2012

Huge public reaction reversed the Komen foundation decision to end grants to Planned Parenthood. FB formally announced IPO plans, and the White House hosted its first Google+ hangout this week.

Tweets for Keeps: January 22 – January 28, 2012

TV viewing of the State of the Union dropped compared to last year, but comments on social media came faster than ever. Also this week: the U.S. rank in press freedoms dropped over Occupy.

Tweets for Keeps: January 15 – January 21, 2012

This week: Changing the GOP game again, Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary. New Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson announced "small, across-the-board" layoffs. And Wikipedia, Reddit and many others blacked out their sites for a day, winning at least a delay to SOPA legislation in Congress.

Tweets for Keeps: January 8 – January 14, 2012

This week Wikip, Craigslist and others black out text and pages, concerned over SOPA legislation; the NYT overhauls iconic Week In Review; and Rick Perry quits the presidential race.

Tweets for Keeps: January 1 – January 7, 2012

The presidential race got going with a record: GOP nominee Mitt Romney beat Rick Santorum by eight votes in the Iowa caucuses. 2012 predictions continue; one sees local businesses in a big shift to ads in social media.

Tweets for Keeps: December 25 – 31, 2011

The NYT Co. sells off its regional papers, plus reviews and predictions on media kept coming the last week of the year. Newspaper job cuts reportedly rose 30% in 2011. Record campaign ad spending forecast 2012.

Tweets for Keeps: December 18 – December 24, 2011

This week the world watched the last US troops leave Iraq, saw a Saudi prince reveal a $300M investment in Twitter, and got a new FCC push to loosen cross-media ownership rules.
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