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1:40 PM ET, April 9, 2010

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Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Three ways Apple's iAd might impact the news industry's continued advertising woes  —  Apple's Steve Jobs just unveiled iAd, the company's new advertising platform for the iPhone and iPad.  It's an ad platform designed for apps, like the news apps that many news organizations make …
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Dan Gillmor / Mediactive:
Complicating Relationships in Media: Apple, NY Times Dealings Raise Questions  —  Recent days have reminded me of the many traits Apple and the New York Times share.  Both are the best at what they do in certain domains.  Each is emphatically elitist, and, in varying ways, self-confident to the point of arrogance.
Michael Oneal / Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Co. has creditor deal to bring to court  —  Media firm says it brokered settlement with warring creditors so it can file reorganization plan with bankruptcy court  —  In what could be a major step toward emerging from bankruptcy court, Chicago-based Tribune Co. announced Thursday …
Discussion: Romenesko and FishBowlNY
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PR Newswire:
Tribune Announces Settlement Among Major Creditors
Discussion: Collective Talent
Steven Church / Bloomberg:
Tribune Officers Got ‘Incentives’ for Buyout Vote
Discussion: rbr.com and Fitz & Jen
Kenneth Li / Financial Times:
Murdoch in ad price attack  —  News Corp is offering steep discounts to advertise in its Wall Street Journal and New York Post newspapers as its chairman Rupert Murdoch prepares an aggressive attack on the New York Times, people familiar with the plan said  — In depth: Media
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Elinor Comlay / Reuters:   News Corp's WSJ, NY Post to offer ad discounts-report
Chris Rovzar / New York Magazine:
The Journal New York Newsroom vs. the Times: A Tale of the Tape
Discussion: Romenesko and News Corp. Blog
Political Punch:
THIS WEEK Joins With Politifact to Fact-Check the Newsmakers  —  As you may know, we're trying out some new things on THIS WEEK.  Two weeks ago we started live-tweeting of the show (which will next happen at 10 am ET this Sunday).  —  This week we've invited Pulitzer Prize winning website PolitiFact …
Hiroko Tabuchi / New York Times:
Nikkei Restricts Links to Its New Web Site  —  TOKYO — As news sites the world over scramble for revenue online, the largest Japanese business newspaper, The Nikkei, unveiled a new pay-to-view Web site last week.  But it shocked readers with its hard-line policy banning links — even to its home page.
Discussion: Ars Technica, FishBowlNY and CrunchGear
Steve Krakauer / Mediaite:
MSNBC President Tells Fan That Shuster “Was Not Moral, Ethical Or Professional”  —  The only public statement about David Shuster's suspension from MSNBC was five words from a spokesperson.  —  But Mediaite has obtained an email from MSNBC President Phil Griffin to an angry fan …
David Kaplan / paidContent:
HuffPo Launches Separate ‘Twitter Edition’; More Focus On Real-Time News  —  The Huffington Post is launching a “Twitter edition” that is intended to serve as an extension and a distinct entity from the main news and opinion site, the company told paidContent.
Gillian Reagan / The Wire:
Magazine Ad Revenue Plummets Again, Down 9% In First Quarter  —  Although some magazine editors were crowing about a grand return of advertisers, ad pages and revenue are still down during this first quarter, according to the Publishers Information Bureau's latest report.
Ezra Klein:
What makes NPR (and the Economist) so special?  —  I've been thinking a bit about this NPR graph that's been floating around.  I wish it included another data point: The Economist magazine.  Their explosive growth over the last decade is well known, but consider that the publication had a record year in 2009.
Discussion: Romenesko
John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:
Genachwoski: Court Decision Does Not Change Broadband Policy Goals  —  Says commission still has authority to act on broadband policy goals  —  In a public statement Thursday about the recent Federal court reversal of the FCC's BitTorrent decision, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski …
Discussion: Multichannel and The Wrap
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Reader's Digest UK bought by Moulton  —  Better Capital private equity firm reported to have bought 72-year-old UK edition of Reader's Digest out of administration  —  Reader's Digest UK has been bought by Better Capital, the private equity company backed by Jon Moulton, the Financial Times reported today.
Adam Westbrook:
Online ad revenue: what journalists are getting wrong  —  Image credit: DavidDMuir (cc)  —  How much money has your website made you recently?  —  For all but the lucky ones, the figure is rarely enough to buy a latte, let alone support a family.  And for all but the smart ones, the figure is usually from Google Adwords revenue.
Jon Friedman / MarketWatch:
Steve Kroft's goal: To interview Madoff  —  Commentary: ‘60 Minutes’ correspondent is a master storyteller  —  NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Longtime fans of CBS' “60 Minutes” know by now that the award-winning correspondent Steve Kroft has all of the gifts of a great television journalist.
Discussion: Romenesko
Jeff Eckhoff / Des Moines Register:
Meredith cuts 20 positions in realignment  —  Meredith Corp. shed roughly 20 jobs this morning in what the company said is a management realignment to better organize some of its online and offline components and better prepare for an increasingly digital world.
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Eliot Spitzer Filling in as MSNBC Host  —  TVNewser has learned that former New York governor Eliot Spitzer will be substitute hosting for Dylan Ratigan today on MSNBC at 4pmET.  —  Spitzer, who resigned from office amid a prostitution scandal, has increased his TV news appearances as he considers …
Discussion: New York Post, Chickaboomer and Gawker
Michael Wolff / Newser:
Sound and Fury: Here's What Sharon Waxman Really Wants  —  Follow him on Twitter @MichaelWolffNYC  —  Sharon Waxman, who runs a website called the Wrap, which covers show business, continues to accuse Newser of various ethical sleights of hand with regard to the way we present the news …
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Dennis Yang / Techdirt:
Newser May Be Obnoxious, But That Doesn't Mean It's Illegal
Discussion: DailyFinance and Mediaite
 
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David Cohen / WebNewser:
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Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Edward Harrison / naked capitalism:
Will the financial media adapt to the changing media landscape?
Todd Spangler / Multichannel:
Juniper To Buy Startup To Deliver Internet TV
Discussion: Bloomberg and Online Video News
Media Buyer Planner:
Oprah's Presence on OWN Expands, Mega Ad Deals in the Works
Judith Thurman / The New Yorker Blog:
Libero's Reply
Anthony De Rosa / Mediaite:
Staff Exodus Hastens Gawker's Next Evolution (Or De-Evolution?)
Jason Fell / Folio:
Lawsuit Alleges Darker Side of Regional Lifestyle Publisher
Discussion: Riptide 2.0 and MinOnline
Lauren Hatch / The Wire:
How Mediaite's Traffic Jumped More Than 50% Last Month