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10:15 PM ET, June 22, 2010

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Megan Carpentier / TPM LiveWire:
How Rolling Stone Won The News Cycle And Lost The Story  —  In a multi-platform, multimedia environment, it's difficult for a magazine to break the kind of news that will lead every cable broadcast, every newspaper and every website for hours on end.  But that's what the Rolling Stone profile …
Discussion: New York Observer and TPMDC
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Michael Hastings / Rolling Stone:
The Runaway General  —  Stanley McChrystal, Obama's top commander in Afghanistan, has seized control of the war by never taking his eye off the real enemy: The wimps in the White House  —  'How'd I get screwed into going to this dinner?" demands Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
Greg Marx / CJR:
The Day's Big Story, Hours before It Was Published  —  Eric Bates had an unusual start to his day Tuesday.  —  Bates is the executive editor of Rolling Stone, and his magazine was about to publish a big story outlining, with plenty of juicy quotes and telling details, the disdain …
Ernesto Londoño / Washington Post:
Civilian press aide resigns amid flap over McChrystal's ‘Rolling Stone’ profile  —  KABUL — Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal's civilian press aide resigned Tuesday over an upcoming magazine story that portrayed the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan and some of his aides as derisive toward Obama administration officials.
John Koblin / New York Observer:
Gourmet Lives!  ‘Pity’ Says Ruth Reichl  —  Conde Nast is bringing Gourmet back in the form of an app.  —  It's an experiment for Conde Nast: They'll take a magazine they folded (because they said it lost too much money) and replace the printed product and the employees they laid off there with a big internet community.
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Michael Learmonth / AdAge:
Conde Nast to Revive Shuttered Mag Gourmet as Mobile App  —  CEO Townsend Sees Digital Potential for Domino, Another Victim of the Downturn  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Conde Nast found something to do with one of the magazine brands thrown on the scrap-heap during the recession: turn it into a mobile app.
The Wall Blog:
LA Times launches $1.99 iPhone app - USA holds off charging for iPad  —  by @gordonmacmillan, posted on 22 June, 2010 at 8:37 am, filed under Apps, Media Owners, Mobile and tagged Apple iPad, Apple iPhone, The Los Angeles Times, usa today.  Bookmark the permalink.  Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.
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Ed Padgett / edpadgett.blogspot.com:
Los Angeles Times Suspends Pressman Blogger
Discussion: LA Observed
paidContent:
Music Labels Tell Google To Remove Infringing Links  —  By Sean Michaels: Britain's biggest recording industry association, the BPI, has sent a cease-and-desist order to Google (NSDQ: GOOG), asking the search engine to take down links to nine “one-click hosting” sites, each of which hosts thousands of illegal songs.
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Alex Weprin / WebNewser:
Internet a Key Point of Opposition to Comcast-NBCU Deal  —  Yesterday was the last day to file comments on the proposed Comcast-NBC Universal merger, and a number of individuals and companies weighed in.  —  Among those filing comments in opposition to the deal were Senator Al Franken (D-MN) …
Discussion: NewTeeVee, rbr.com and TVNewser
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David Lieberman / USA Today:   Comcast concessions smooth way for NBC Universal deal
CNN:
CNN Expands Blog Network with Launch of Eatocracy  —  Passionate Community, Global Coverage, Novel Features Baked into New Food Blog  —  CNN.com today announced the launch of Eatocracy, a blog created to feed the minds, hearts and stomachs of food fanatics across the world.
Sakthi Prasad / Reuters:
Google, Twitter go to bat for Theflyonthewall  —  Theflyonthewall.com posted headlines from research reports and press releases on its website, often before banks could share their recommendations with their clients.  —  In March, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said Theflyonthewall.com engaged in …
Chris Dale / YouTube Blog:
WWE lays smackdown on YouTube community with full-length, catch-up episodes  —  Wrestling fans, have we got a body-slam of an announcement for you.  Today, we're announcing a new partnership with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) that will bring full-length episodes of Friday Night Smackdown …
Zeke Turner / New York Observer:
Ramin Setoodeh is Leaving Newsweek for People  —  Here's yet another departure from Newsweek: Ramin Setoodeh, the Newsweek writer behind the magazine's piece about gay actors in straight roles, is leaving to join People magazine.  —  Mr. Setoodeh will start as a senior writer on People's news …
Vadim Lavrusik / Mashable!:
Newspapers Are Still Dying, But the News Is Not Going Anywhere  —  Despite newspaper share prices seeing a 380% increase in the last year, don't be swayed by the perceived recovery.  The only way for newspapers to survive is by investing resources into innovation online.
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
C-SPAN Crosses 100 Million Subscriber Mark  —  C-SPAN has crossed one of the most significant milestones for cable networks: the channel is now available in more than 100 million homes.  —  The 100 million subscriber club is a very small group, with the National Cable & Telecommunications …
Choire / The Awl:
New Advertising Lessons from the Gay Media  —  Looking through the math on the “Annual Gay Press Report” [PDF], which samples gay publications each April, there's some really inexplicable facts.  There were 24% fewer issues of gay magazines published from 2008 to 2009.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and New York Magazine
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
New York Times' new public editor pledges to bring outsider's perspective  —  Veteran journalist Arthur Brisbane, who's been named the New York Times' next public editor, believes that his experience on both the business and editorial sides of newspapers will help him as in-house critic of the paper's coverage.
Discussion: CJR, Strupp and Romenesko
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Knight News Challenge: CitySeed's mobile app wants to grow some fresh community engagement  —  Have you ever come across an overgrown lot in your neighborhood — and wondered what it might become?  Have you thought, “You know, that could make a great playground” — or “Hey, why don't we make that into a community garden”?
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
Brand-Only Ad Network Brand.net Raises $14 Million  —  Fast-growing ad network Brand.net has raised $14 million in a third round of funding.  The company's display and video ad network caters exclusively to branding-focused advertisers; eight of the top ten consumer packaged goods companies …
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Knight News Challenge: NowSpots wants to help publishers sell and serve “local ads that actually work”  —  One thing we've learned about online advertising, says Brad Flora, founder and president of Chicago's Windy Citizen: “Banner ads suck.”  Big time.  “They're static, they're boring …
Discussion: MediaShift Idea Lab
Joe Strupp / Strupp:
Broadcast Outlets Double-Billed On Presidential Trips  —  Minutes of the last White House Correspondents Association meeting held June 10 indicate five major broadcast networks had been double-billed for Internet access in the press centers on several presidential trips.
Discussion: Romenesko
 
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Zeke Turner / New York Observer:
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