BrightRoll gets $10M in Series C; CBSSports.com starts its countdown to the Super Bowl;

> Branded video ad network BrightRoll on Wednesday is expected to announce another $10 million in Series C financing. Article

> In its first financial report without AOL in a decade, Time Warner Inc. raised its dividend as it reported quarterly sales and profit Wednesday that rose from a year earlier and beat Wall Street's forecasts. Article

> After factoring out one-time charges, AOL posted earnings of $0.71 per share on revenues of $801 million, with ad revenues down 8 percent and subscription revenue plummeting 28 percent. Article

> News Corp reported net income of $254 million in Q2, compared to a net loss of $6.4 billion ($2.45 per share) in the second quarter a year ago. Its Digital Media group didn't fare as well, earnings contributions from the Digital Media Group decreased by $32 million from a year ago, principally due to lower search and advertising revenue. Article

> Starting today, and continuing every day leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, CBSSports.com will present Countdown to Kick-off, a series of exclusive online video segments shot on location outside Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL, home to Super Bowl XLIV. Release

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