paidContent - paidContent Quick Hits: 7.23.09

This story was written by Alex Ferreyra.
»  Most Vista users will probably upgrade to Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) Windows 7, which was released today to computer manufacturers. But will corporate users, 86% of whom use XP, embrace it as well? [NY Times]

»  NBC chief Ben Silverman thinks that sales at the upfronts this year will fall less than 10 percent from last year, which is more bullish than some previous forecasts. [THR]

»  ESPN (NYSE: DIS) has uninvited any NY Post scribe from appearing on any of its properties after the paper ran nearly naked photos of one of its female reporters that were captured by a secret peep tape. [AP]

»  Starting with Thursday’s list, the USA Today bestseller book list will include numbers from copies sold on Kindle. [Editor and Publisher]

»  FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski may revise the Children’s TV Act, which dictates what types of programming and ads are allowed on certain hours and for kids’ shows. It was drafted in 1990. [Broadcasting and Cable]

By Alex Ferreyra