paidContent - paidContent Quick Hits: 9.03.09

This story was written by Tameka Kee.
»  First search goes to Microsoft ... now Yahoo is offshoring the tech infrastructure for its News division to Taiwan. [All Things D]

»  Looks like even AT&T wants in on the “TV Everywhere” biz, as it has launched a stealthy streaming video portal called “AT&T Entertainment.” [NewTeeVee]

»  Paul Boutin digs into how NYT writers use WordPress to crank out “hundreds of posts” for blogs like Bits and Deal Book each day. [VentureBeat]

»  Sonic Solutions’ movie download service CinemaNow is starting to gain traction, much to the delight of the company’s investors. Analysts also say CinemeNow is poised for the long haul because of the favorable distribution deals it has cut with studios like Disney and Lionsgate. [WSJ]

»  After winning a $675,000 judgment against student Joel Tenenbaum, the RIAA is also demanding an injunction against him. Seems they aren’t amused that he appeared on The Pirate Bay’s front page—even if he had nothing to do with it. [Ars Technica]

By Tameka Kee