Daily Links 3/30/2012: Sale of Philly papers expected to be announced on Monday

Philadelphia Newspapers Set to Be Sold to Local Leaders (New York Times: Media Decoder)

Announcement of sale of newspapers, website expected Monday (Philadelphia Inquirer)

New Jersey comptroller details waste by Delaware River Port Authority (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Norcross sounds like just the guy we need owning the Inquirer.

10 Questions for Scala CFO Anthony Maddalone (PC World)
Interesting interview with CFO of Exton-based Scala. He says his previous experiences with the IPO process was one thing that interested Scala, but he joined the company five years ago and I don't know if that's in the plans today (although its certainly not inconceivable).

Verizon plans wireless video service: report
CEO says offering could be ready as soon as this holiday season
(Reuters via MSNBC)
From this article, still not quite sure what this is about; will find out more. (Here is a little more of an explanation), although details are still unclear.

Apple Doesn’t Need To Make the TV of the Future
The revolution is already here—and it’s called the Xbox.

SunGard (Ellucian) Still Suing Cajana and NSCC (The Higher Ed CIO)

Server Flash Memory Craze Buoys Violin, Attracts SAP (Wall Street Journal: Digits)

Stroll Achieves New Revenue Milestones in 2011 (Business Wire)
Philly-based Stroll says 2011 revenue was $40 million, up from $17 million in 2010.

Fisker's Project Nina exposed ahead of New York Auto Show debut (Engadget)
Does it actually operate, or is it just a brick?

Exton-based HIT Application Solutions Secures $2.75 Million in Funding (PR Newswire)

Look at that DuckDuckGo! Daily search traffic is ballooning, up 227% in 3 months (The Next Web)

Inhabi Begins Business Incubation with Novotorium (PR Web)

A Few Early Observations On Xfinity Live! (The 700 Level)