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  1. YouTube Live Adds Real Time Analytics, Paid Live Streaming & More

    On June 30, the red carpet event of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 was live streamed from Trafalgar Square in London on the Harry Potter channel. Its engineers gave three gifts to YouTube Partners, wrapped up as new features:

  2. AOL Hottest Searches of 2011: Charlie Sheen, Casey Anthony & Harry Potter

    Other top U.S.searches included Harry Potter (Movies); Kentucky Derby (Sports) and Apple iPhone (Tech Gadgets. The Casey Anthony trial booted “bed bugs” from the last year’s top spot as most searched term, followed by the Gabrielle Giffords...

  3. Hottest Halloween Costumes of 2011: Angry Birds, Black Swan, and Sexy Superheroes

    Harry Potter Shopping search engine SortPrice.com’s annual list of the top Halloween costumes shows Captain America as the most popular Halloween costume for adults, with Harry Potter leading the pack for kids costumes.

  4. Top 10 Twitter Trends of 2010

    Harry Potter The Deathly Hallows After analyzing 25 billion tweets that have been sent so far this year, Twitter this morning revealed the top 10 overall trends, as well as trends in eight categories (news events, people, movies, television...

  5. David Meerman Scott on The New Rules of Marketing and PR

    David started with a story of Cindy Gordon, the marketing executive at Universal Theme Parks who launched the Harry Potter theme park. Along came the Internet and the World Wide Web. The rest is history.and the present and the future.

  6. SES Day 1 Keynote: David Meerman Scott [LIVE BLOG]

    He's launches right into a story about launching the Harry Potter theme park. And we're done. Time for panels, expo room, etc. Follow me on Twitter (@nlj) and stay tuned for more live blogging from SES New York over the next three days!

  7. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Harry Potter A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.