News aggregator Digg is applying the same rules to its new ad program as it does for content. Users will be able to "Digg" or "bury" sponsored links, and more popular ads will be charged a lower cost-per-click fee.
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|Director, Digital Research (Burbank or New York)||
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
|Data Entry and Integrity Coordinator||
Interactive Advertising Bureau
|New York, NY|
|Director of Business Development - Denver/New York||
|Director of Marketing - Denver||
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