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10:35 AM ET, June 17, 2010

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Alex Weprin / WebNewser:
This is Why Hulu Blocked Boxee  —  As part of its investigation into the Comcast-NBC Universal merger, the FCC asked NBC why Hulu blocked access to its site via Boxee, the start-up aiming to bring high quality web content to television sets.  —  On June 11 NBC filed its responses to the FCC questions …
Discussion: MediaMemo and Company Town
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Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Bloomberg Wants More Time To Weigh In On Comcast-NBCU
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
Fox and Bloomberg spar over Thomas' WH seat  —  It didn't take long after Helen Thomas retired for White House reporters to start guessing who would get the veteran reporter's coveted front row, center seat in the briefing room.  Quickly, two news organizations emerged as favorites: Bloomberg News and Fox News.
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Announcing the 2010 Knight News Challenge winners: Visuals are hot, and businesses are big winners  —  They started out last year as a crowded field of hopefuls from around the world, each dreaming of a chance to perform under the big lights.  Over months, their numbers dwindled as the level …
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Nat Ives / AdAge:
Oprah Hands Out IPads and Cash to Magazine Staffers  —  O Magazine Employees Get New Toy — and $10,000 Check  —  Call it the 2010 version of “You get a car, you get a car, you get a car, everybody gets a car!”  Oprah Winfrey dropped by Hearst headquarters on Tuesday to mark the 10th anniversary of O …
TechFlash:
Arrington: By ‘see ya later,’ what I meant was, I'm sticking around  —  It's always fun and controversial when Michael Arrington is around, and his Seattle debut at our TechFlash Live event last night was no exception.  One of his remarks on stage, implying that he was ready to leave TechCrunch behind …
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Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
That big bold media disruption: an update
Matthew Campbell / Bloomberg:
Murdoch Offers Freebies in Pursuit of Paywall Readers  —  The Times, the London newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., is offering free tickets to Toy Story 3 or the chance of a weekend at the Grosvenor Hotel in Dorset to persuade readers to pay for news online.
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James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
Financial Times charges into future
Discussion: FishbowlNY, ReadWriteWeb and Romenesko
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
Carly Carioli named editor of the Boston Phoenix  —  A little more than a month after a shake-up on the business side, the Phoenix Media/Communications Group (PM/CG) has announced some major changes in the newsroom.  The most significant: Carly Carioli is the new editor of the Boston Phoenix, replacing Lance Gould.
Discussion: Romenesko
Nicholas Carr / Nieman Reports:
News in the Age of Now  —  ‘On the Web, skimming is no longer a means to an end but an end in itself.  That poses a huge problem for those who report and publish the news.’  —  “Thought will spread across the world with the rapidity of light, instantly conceived, instantly written, instantly understood.
Nielsen Wire:
How Teens Watch: The Future (of Media) is in Their Hands  —  In the U.S., young people's media usage is markedly different from that of older generations but is likely to converge with their elders as they themselves grow older, according to Nielsen SVP of Consumer Insights Dounia Turrill at today's Consumer 360 conference in Las Vegas.
Discussion: MediaPost, TVbytheNumbers and rbr.com
comScore, Inc.:
The New York Times Ranks as Top Online Newspaper According to May 2010 U.S. comScore Media Metrix Data  —  U.S. Online Newspaper CPMs Nearly 3 Times Higher than Average  —  comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released a report of the top U.S. online …
Jason Linkins / The Huffington Post:
BP Claims It Has No Authority Over Its Contractors Blocking Media Access  —  As we've noted repeatedly, one of the aspects of the Gulf Oil cleanup operation that BP has really applied itself to with great success is the ongoing effort to prevent the media from covering the story.
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!:
Inside Gatorade's Social Media Command Center  —  In the realm of marketing, Gatorade is probably best known for splashy commercials featuring some of the world's most famous athletes.  However, a new effort behind the scenes of the PepsiCo-owned sports drink maker is putting social media quite literally …
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
At World Cup, Publicity Money Can't Buy  —  PARIS — Going to the World Cup in South Africa?  Bring your camera and your Visa card.  But don't wear a little orange dress, or you may get hauled into court.  —  That is what happened to two Dutch women who attended the Netherlands-Denmark soccer match Monday …
Jonathan Holmes / ABC News:
More to journalism than he said, she said.  I think.  —  OK class.  Hands up those who know the Rudd Government thinks the mining industry is making bigger profits than ever before from resources owned by the Australian people, and that Australians deserve a bigger share of the spoils?  —  Lots of you.
Nielsen Wire:
Busting the Cord-Cutting Myth: Video in the Interactive Age  —  There's a growing belief that TV “cord cutting” - when consumers reduce the amount of time they watch TV or drop their digital TV subscriptions altogether and move to viewing video online - is gaining traction.
Boston Review:
Sharing Liberally  —  Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age  —  Internet enthusiasts come in two flavors: utopians and populists.  The rhetoric of both camps is revolutionary, but the revolutions are different.  —  Utopians believe that the Internet provides promising …
TubeMogul.com:
Promising Numbers From Facebook Video Advertising; Tradeoffs by Ad Type  —  Ever wonder what Facebook video advertising units are available and work best (or why you should care)?  Here's our data-driven guide.  —  Our latest research was released today by our CEO at OMMA Video in New York.
Discussion: MediaPost, SocialTimes.com and hypebot
Kenneth Li / Financial Times:
Google eyes Demand Media's way with words  —  Last week, Richard Rosenblatt, chief executive of Demand Media, basked in the spotlight as digital media cognoscenti and bankers gathered round him at New York's Empire Hotel to toast his four-year-old company's progress.
Foster Kamer / Runnin' Scared:
Bros Icing Bros: Is Bros Icing Bros Finished?  (UPDATED!)  —  ​Have you been made aware of the hedonistic urban drinking renaissance that is Bros Icing Bros?  It's a “game” involving Bros worldwide, you, and The Only Malt Liquor Drink Worse Than Spilled BP Oil Swept Out of The Ocean, Smirnoff Ice.
Discussion: Deadspin
Jack Fuller / Nieman Reports:
Feeling the Heat: The Brain Holds Clues for Journalism  —  ‘This rise in emotional intensity poses a real problem for serious journalists ... . The sciences of the mind offer a lot of help if we are willing to learn from them.’  —  Here is the deepest and, to many serious journalists …
Discussion: Kirk LaPointe's … and Romenesko
AdAge:
MySpace Searches for Agency to Lead Rebranding Effort  —  Can a Consumer Campaign Save News Corp.'s Struggling Social Network?  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Struggling social network MySpace is gearing up for a relaunch of the site later this year, and as part of that it has begun canvassing adland …
Whitney Snyder / The Huffington Post:
Lance Armstrong: ‘Outside’ Magazine Cover Is ‘Lame Bulls**t’ (PHOTO)  —  Lance Armstrong is unhappy with his latest magazine cover appearance.  The seven-time Tour de France champion graces the front of the latest issue of Outside magazine in a blue shirt that says “38.
Discussion: SportsGrid
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Gooooooooaaaal, in any language: Boston Globe uses Google Translate to expand its soccer blog's reach  —  How do you make the most of World Cup fever?  If you're the Boston Globe, you think...well, globally.  Boston.com's soccer blog, Corner Kicks, has integrated Google Translate into its user interface …
Bill Mitchell / Newspay:
McClatchy, Others Use PlaceLocal to Help Advertisers Reach Small Audiences  —  The biggest hurdle facing local online advertising, as Mark Potts and others have framed the problem, is the challenge of keeping rates low enough to attract advertisers pursuing small audiences — but high enough to generate sufficient return.
Olivia Collette / Sparksheet:
Speaking through the Web: Q&A with Roger Ebert - Part II  —  You were just honoured with the Webby Award as “Person of the Year,” partly for your innovative Ebert Club venture.  Basically, for a small yearly fee ($5 USD), members gain exclusive access to your e-newsletter, a private forum …
Discussion: Mashable!
 
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Megan Tady / Save the News:
A Subtle Victory for Policy Interventions in Media at the FTC Workshop
John Consoli / TheWrap.com:
Cable Upfront Could Be Up 25%-30% in 2010  —  The cable upfront …
Discussion: Media Buyer Planner and Mediaweek
Jessica Hundley / Brand X:
Writing restored: Slaking their thirst for longform journalism
Discussion: Jacket Copy
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
Yahoo Expands Widget Availability With Sony, But Google TV Looms
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
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Discussion: Oddly Together and Daring Fireball
Julian Sanchez / The Atlantic Online:
The Newsroom's Unknown Knowns
 Earlier Picks: 
MediaShift:
Can Financial Firms Use ‘Hot News Doctrine’ to Stifle Aggregators?
Discussion: Fast Company
Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
Whatever happened to the e-reader tsunami of 2010?
Discussion: TeleRead
Stuart Elliott / New York Times:
Advertising: Showing Commercials on Shelves and in Aisles
Discussion: Gizmodo, Media Buyer Planner and AdPulp
Jon Friedman / MarketWatch:
Dealbreaker's Bess Levin: scourge of finance CEOs
Discussion: New York Observer and Romenesko
Zee / The Next Web:
The creator of Google News on how journalism will change in the next 5 years
Nicholas Carlson / The Wire:
The Inside Story: How Yahoo Bought Associated Content (YHOO, AOL)
Discussion: eMedia Vitals