paidContent Week In Review: AOL Layoffs; Japan Quake/Tsunami; TiVo Borrows

This week AOL (NYSE: AOL) dominated our headlines with news of its 900 layoffs and CEO Tim Armstrong explaining in an interview the reason for the cuts. Below, check out the other top news in digital media this week:

»  Interview: Armstrong On Layoffs: ‘News & Finance Was Losing $20 Million’

»  Massive Japan Quake/Tsunami Hobbles Mobile Voice, But Data Holds Fast

»  TiVo’s Business Still Ailing-And Now It Has To Borrow To Pay Legal Bills

»  Spotify’s 1 Million Milestone. Is A U.S. Launch Finally Around The Corner?

»  Who Gained From Google’s Search Algorithm Change?

»  Report: Iger, Carey May Exit Hulu Board

»  Whoever Builds A Good Tool To Help Us Find New Books To Read Will Get Rich

»  Boxee Going Overseas, Launching TV Payments With CBS

»  Why Selling Film Downloads Is So Difficult

»  Hearst’s Carey: Tablets Will Provide 25 Percent Of Magazines’ Circulation

»  Charlie Sheen On Ustream: A Wasted Opportunity

»  Updated: Vivian Schiller Out As NPR CEO; One Controversy Too Many