Top Headlines Of The Week From paidContent:UK, mocoNews And contentSutra

This story was written by Amanda Natividad.
Top headlines of the week from our sister sites paidContent:UK, mocoNews and contentSutra:

paidContent:UK:
-- Highfield's Successor: Who's In The Frame For BBC's Top Digital Job?
-- Thomson Reuters Day One: TRI.L Starts To Sing In London
-- Pirate Bay Seeks ISP Block Pay-Out - From Same Music Biz That's Suing It
-- Fiver Channel Buys Sofia's Diary - From Bebo Drama To TV
-- As News Corp. Increases Its Stake In Premiere, Additional Board Seats Are Sought

mocoNews:
-- Virgin Mobile: 100 PostsOne-Fourth The StaffCould Be Cut, Or None At All
-- Russell Beattie Throws In The Towel On Mowser; And Doesn't Believe In The Mobile Web Anymore
-- Earnings: Nokia Posts Profit; But Misses Analyst Estimates; Expects Market Decline
-- Verizon Wireless Introduces Data-Only Plans That Don't Include Voice
-- LG Posts Net Profit; Boosted In Part By Strong Handset Sales

contentSutra:
-- MySpace India Launched: 500,000 Users In India; Tie-Up With Saregama; Events Planned
-- Canadian Firm Live Current Media Bags IPL Portal Rights For $50 Million
-- It's Official: Live Current Media Bags Rights To IPL Portal For $50 Million
-- NDTV May Split Business To Bring In Investors; Promoters Sell 7.85% To Goldman Sachs; Earnings
-- Orkut Launches Applications, BigAdda Gets BigB On The Day MySpace India Is Launched


By Amanda Natividad