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Searchers still on James Kim's trail

Officials in southwestern Oregon confirm they have found a pair of pants along the trail taken by missing CNET editor James Kim. They believe the pants were left as a marker and are encouraged that they are looking in the right area.

1 November 2007

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Searchers recover James Kim's body

Here is the official announcement from the leaders of the search-and-rescue effort in southeastern Oregon.

1 November 2007

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Spotify combs deeper inside data for musical insights

In a new blog, the streaming service will tease out trends about how the world listens to music by combining its listening data with intelligence from new unit Echo Nest.

By 10 September 2014

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A look back at James Kim's work

The best of James' CNET videos, and a look at the moments that made us love him

By 7 December 2006

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James Kim search update Tuesday 10AM

Four helicopters and ground crews are searching for CNET editor James Kim after following his footprints into a remote mountain canyon in southwestern Oregon. Kim left on foot toward that area Saturday; his wife and daughters were rescued by their Saab st

22 May 2008

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In Memoriam: James Kim, 1971-2006

Husband, father, friend. We miss you.

22 May 2008

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Reporters' Roundtable: What Spotify means to the music industry

Root Music CEO J Sider and Evolver.fm's Eliot Van Buskirk join Rafe to discuss how the music industry has changed for performers, and what all the new digital services mean for them.

By 15 July 2011

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Reporters' Roundtable Ep. 84:What Spotify means to the music industry

Root Music CEO J Sider and Evolver.fm's Eliot Van Buskirk join Rafe to discuss how the music industry has changed for performers, and what all the new digital services mean for them.

By 15 July 2011

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Remembering James Kim

Crave and CNET staff remember James Kim on the one-year anniversary of his death.

By 6 December 2007

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Medical report on James Kim released

Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings presents the medical examiner's findings in the death of James Kim, a CNET editor, citing hypothermia.\r\n

1 November 2007