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Bringing back Broadcast.com; the least TiVoed-through commercials; summer camp for geeks; Youlicit-ing similar Web sites; and why your cell phone is making you stupid.

Bringing back Broadcast.com; the least TiVoed-through commercials; summer camp for geeks; Youlicit-ing similar Web sites; and why your cell phone is making you stupid.

May 21, 2008

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Can SlideShare make PowerPoint sharing interesting?

A group of investors thinks so. The San Francisco start-up lands a $3 million investment from Venrock, Broadcast.com founder Mark Cuban and Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams.

By May 7, 2008

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Yahoo completes Broadcast.com acquisition

The online giant says its $5.04 billion acquisition of the Internet audio and video streaming company is a done deal, and it will begin integrating multimedia services throughout the Yahoo network.

July 20, 1999

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Show notes - The Queue: Won't make you dumb!

Bringing back Broadcast.com; the least TiVoed-through commercials; summer camp for geeks; Youlicit-ing similar Web sites; and why your cell phone is making you stupid.

By July 17, 2007

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MSN links with Broadcast.com to revitalize

Furthering its efforts to translate technology offerings into subscription numbers, Microsoft's Internet service provider teams with the soon-to-be subsidiary of Web giant Yahoo.

By April 8, 1999

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Yahoo, Broadcast.com sizzle after deal

Yahoo says it has agreed to acquire Broadcast.com in a stock swap worth about $5.7 billion to bring video and audio content to Yahoo.

By April 1, 1999

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Yahoo to acquire Broadcast.com

The portal giant will pay $130 for each share of the Webcasting company, according to sources familiar with the deal.

By March 31, 1999

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Yahoo, Broadcast.com eye strategic fit

The two firms have been mum so far on rumors that the portal will acquire the streaming site, but such a deal would make sense, analysts say.

By March 22, 1999

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Broadcast.com aims for office users

Cofounders Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban tell conference attendees they are looking to grab eyeballs at work.

By December 3, 1998

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Broadcast.com, Hoover's tap Amazon

Broadcast.com and Hoover's both sign agreements, tapping Amazon.com as each of the firm's exclusive merchant for books.

December 1, 1998