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9:20 PM ET, June 17, 2010

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Russell Adams / Wall Street Journal:
Vogue Publisher Florio Leaving Conde Nast  —  Tom Florio, the long-time publisher of Vogue, is leaving Conde Nast at the end of the month, Mr. Florio said Thursday.  —  Mr. Florio said in an interview that he's been talking to Conde Nast Chief Executive Chuck Townsend for some time about leaving …
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Nat Ives / AdAge:
Sorry: Conde Nast Won't Replace Exiting Vogue Group Publisher  —  Tom Florio's Plum Job Atop Vogue, Other Titles Won't Be Filled  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — For a moment after Conde Nast told staff that Vogue group publisher Tom Florio was leaving at the end of the month …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Huffington Post Buys Adaptive Semantics To Keep Up With 100,000 Comments A Day  —  The Huffington Post has acquired its first company in a small cash deal, and it is not another blog or media site, but a pure technology startup called Adaptive Semantics.  The two-person startup provides …
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Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
HuffPo's Hippeau On More Acquisitions: 'We'll Be Opportunistic'
Discussion: Fast Company
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
A Google Paid Content System For Publishers May Be Coming By Year-End  —  Updated: Google (NSDQ: GOOG), which had hinted for nearly a year now that it was working on building some sort of paid content system for publishers, is reportedly set to launch such a system by year-end.
Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
WSJ editor praises departing mag editor Gaudoin  —  “Tina [Gaudoin] and the team have created a magazine that has already become an important franchise for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones,” writes WSJ managing editor Robert Thomson.  He adds this thinly disguised swipe at NYT's T magazine …
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Amy Wicks / WWD:
WSJ.'s Gaudoin Resigns... Read the Fine Print... Teen Vogue Promotes Feldman...  HEADING BACK HOME: Tina Gaudoin, editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal's glossy luxury play WSJ., is resigning “for personal reasons,” she said, and will return to London at the end of August.
Discussion: Gawker
Foster Kamer / Runnin' Scared:
Capital New York: New York's Newest Media Launch is ALIVE!  Kinda.  (UPDATED)  —  ​Beloved New York Observer editors Tom McGeveran and Josh Benson left the paper late last year to go work on a secret, hush-hush project.  This was after Jared Kushner — the son of a disgraced Jersey real-estate scion …
Discussion: Gawker and New York Magazine
James Robinson / Guardian:
UK and US see heaviest newspaper circulation declines  —  UK circulation fall of 25% since 2007 is second only to the US where the decline was 30%, according to OECD report  —  UK newspapers have suffered the most dramatic circulation declines of any country outside America since 2007 …
Mark Walsh / MediaPost:
Media CFOs Eye Promise of Digital, Mobile  —  Almost three-quarters of chief financial officers at major entertainment and media companies say digital and mobile represent the industry's biggest growth opportunities.  CFOs say they are finally seeing measurable growth in digital revenue …
WordPress:
WordPress 3.0 “Thelonious”  —  Arm your vuvuzelas: WordPress 3.0, the thirteenth major release of WordPress and the culmination of half a year of work by 218 contributors, is now available for download (or upgrade within your dashboard).  Major new features in this release include a sexy …
Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance:
A Blogger's Rant: The Pajama Jokes Are Getting Really Old  —  Here is what I'm wearing right now: a blue collared shirt (ironed), gray linen pants (belted) and tan desert boots (Clark's).  I tell you this not because you asked, but because I am a blogger, and, to judge from the way the world speaks …
Jacques Steinberg / The Choice:
Forget the Tote Bag; Cablevision Is Offering Free SAT Prep  —  In the latest sign of the premium that society places on an elite education, and the lengths some will go to get a leg up in securing it, Cablevision announced today that it was offering a free SAT preparation course as an incentive …
Tom Cowle / Knight Foundation:
Knight Foundation Expands Neighborhood News Project  —  OpenPlans, Columbia Daily Tribune, Boston Globe Launch the $450,000 OpenBlock Initiative  —  Boston, Mass. (June 17, 2010) - Today, at the Future of News and Civic Media Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology …
Discussion: Romenesko, WebNewser and Media Nation
Andrew Finlayson / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“A super sophisticated mashup”: The semantic web's promise and peril  —  [Our sister publication Nieman Reports is out with its latest issue, and its focus is the new digital landscape of journalism.  There are lots of interesting articles, and we're highlighting a few.
Discussion: Yahoo! Sports
Campfire Journalism:
A Few Lessons Learned from Teaching Online Journalism  —  I recently finished my second year of teaching online journalism to undergraduate students.  For me, that means that I have reached a point where I am not perpetually scrambling to prepare for the next class period and have an occasional moment …
Guardian:
Largesse and parsimony at the News International summer party  —  Media executives were out in force at News International's summer party last night, where Mark Thompson rubbed shoulders with Lord Browne, Dawn Airey chatted to Mariella Frostrup and Channel 4's low-key CEO David Abrahams …
Zeke Turner / New York Observer:
Squeals, Buzz and Barcodes as Magazine Types Gather for Technology Show and Tell  —  Adobe senior business development manager Gary Cossimini had 35 minutes yesterday to show off his company's New York Times reader at the Magazine Publishers of America technology conference …
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter Online:
5 Strategies for Successful News Organization-University Partnerships  —  The New York Times, The Bay Citizen and Next Door Media have recently partnered with universities in hopes that students can help them expand their hyperlocal coverage, engage new audiences and experiment with different business models.
Stuart Elliott / Media Decoder:
Ad Blogger Jumps the Fence  —  A blogger is about to start being fed by the hand that he bit.  —  Mathew Van Hoven, who since last September has been presiding over a Mediabistro blog called Agency Spy, is joining a new agency in New York, Skinny, in a new post, communications director.
Discussion: AgencySpy and AdScam/The Horror!
Scott Rosenberg / MediaShift Idea Lab:
Why Can't Journalists Handle Public Criticism?  —  Why do so many journalists find it so hard to handle public criticism?  If you're an athlete, you're used to it.  If you're an artist, critics will regularly take you down.  If you are in government, the pundits and now the bloggers will show no mercy.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
CBS Uses ‘Star Trek’ To Explore HTML5 Frontier  —  Star Trek Enterprise fans can watch any episode from Seasons 1-4 at CBS.com as long as their browser plays nice with Flash—or, as I realized when I checked on a whim, a very limited grab bag of episodes if they want to geek out on an iPad.
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Demand Media Taps Joost For Video Advertising Sales And Technology  —  Video distribution and monetization platform provider Joost, owned by Adconion Media Group since its assets were acquired in November 2009, is today announcing a global sales and technology partnership with online publishing powerhouse Demand Media.
Marion Maneker / The Big Money:
The Son of Gutenberg  —  How WordPress changed the way we publish.  —  A year ago, Justin Halpern was an underemployed comedy writer who had to move back into his parents' home in San Diego.  Today, he's got 1.4 million Twitter followers, the  —  No. 1 book on the New York Times nonfiction …
Discussion: The Big Picture
New York Post:
Piers Morgan taking Larry King's spot at CNN  —  British journo Piers Morgan will start his takeover of Larry King's CNN show in October, sources tell Page Six.  The former newspaper editor has a deal to host an hourlong interview program which will start in the fall four days a week as CNN phases King out.
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.
Discussion: The Wire
 
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