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10:45 AM ET, June 23, 2010

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Newsweek:
How ‘Rolling Stone’ Got Into McChrystal's Inner Circle  —  Reporter Michael Hastings explains the backstory to the piece that upended a general—and maybe even a war.  —  It's the kind of story that ricochets through Washington—and around the world—at lightning speed.
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Megan Carpentier / TPM LiveWire:
How Rolling Stone Won The News Cycle And Lost The Story
Greg Marx / CJR:
The Day's Big Story, Hours before It Was Published
Michael Hastings / Rolling Stone:
The Runaway General  —  Stanley McChrystal, Obama's top commander …
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
McChrystal scoop goes viral before Rolling Stone publishes
Jim / Gannett Blog:
For USAT, surprise news ushers in a long summer; Hunke's team now hunts for paper's ‘future path’  —  Summer officially started yesterday, and today's forecast high in McLean, Va., home to USA Today, is a steamy 93 degrees.  —  But that's not the only reason working conditions have grown …
Discussion: Editors Weblog
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The Wall Blog:
LA Times launches $1.99 iPhone app - USA holds off charging for iPad
New York Observer:
It's Spitz-o-phrenia!  Can the Disgraced Former Governor Really Make a Big Prime-Time Comeback?  —  Around 11 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday, June 15, CNN staffers convened in the newsroom on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center to listen to the company's U.S. chief, Jonathan Klein, talk about the state of the network.
Discussion: Romenesko
Robin J Phillips / BusinessJournalism.org …:
U.S. business journalists express confidence in journalism's future  —  Almost two-thirds of business journalists report that the amount of business coverage at their organization has stayed the same or increased in the past five years, according to a new survey commissioned …
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.
Discussion: Guardian
Natalie Harrison / Apple:
Apple Sells Three Million iPads in 80 Days  —  Apple® today announced that it sold its three millionth iPad™ yesterday, just 80 days after its introduction in the US. iPad is a revolutionary and magical product that allows users to connect with their apps, content and the Internet …
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.
Discussion: MediaPost
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Ezra Klein:
Do the news media spend too much time on news?  —  The graph above comes from Pew's study of the media's coverage of health-care reform, and on first blush, it makes the media look, well, not great, but not awful.  There really were a lot of stories devoted to the substance of the plans.
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
Trio of bidders close in on Le Monde  —  French newspaper's future hangs in the balance as three separate bidders seek to buy title  —  The future of French newspaper Le Monde hangs in the balance as three separate bidders are reported to be closing in on the 66-year-old title.
Ben Elowitz / Digital Quarters:
New Analysis: Old Media Magazines Losing Share Online Despite Their Great Brands  —  Despite their coveted value, the great brands of old media aren't proving out to be much of an asset online.  And to the extent old media is relying on the value of their brands to ensure a digital future, they are headed in the wrong direction.
Discussion: MinOnline and Romenesko
People-Press.org:
Public Reacts Positively To Extensive Gulf Coverage  —  Limited Interest in World Cup  —  While the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico has accounted for an overwhelming proportion of recent news coverage, most Americans say the press is giving the right amount of attention to the still-unfolding disaster.
Discussion: Media Decoder
Rebecca / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
‘Hot News’ Doctrine Could Stifle Online Commentary and Criticism  —  San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the Citizen Media Law Project (CMLP), and Public Citizen Monday urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to consider the critical First Amendment questions …
Dan Kennedy / Guardian:
For paid content, talk is cheap |  Dan Kennedy  —  App aficionados say the end of the open web is nigh.  But for many news sites, large and small, free is still part of the plan  —  There's a certain changeless quality to the endless discussion over how to pay for journalism in the internet era.
Discussion: Media Nation
Ed Padgett / edpadgett.blogspot.com:
Los Angeles Times Suspends Pressman Blogger … The Pressman Blogger was suspended this afternoon from the Los Angeles Times, with possible termination following an investigation by a biased jury, for blogging the events of last Thursday and Friday at the Los Angeles Times Olympic Production Facility.
John Consoli / TheWrap.com:
NFL Coming to Telemundo on Sept. 26  —  The National Football League en espanol is coming to three Telemundo stations this fall as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.  —  The result of a unique deal between the league, NBC and its sister Hispanic network Telemundo, the Sept. 26 “Sunday Night Football” …
Discussion: MediaPost and TVWeek.com
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.
Victoria Espinel / White House.gov Blog Feed:
Releasing the Joint Strategic Plan to Combat Intellectual Property Theft  —  To view this content, please download the Adobe Flash Player  —  I am pleased to announce that today we unveiled the Administration's first Joint Strategic Plan to combat intellectual property theft.
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 …
Discussion: MediaPost
Mike Farrell / Multichannel News:
CBS: We're In The (Retrans) Money!  —  Network On Track To Make $100 Million In Consent Fees  —  New York — CBS chief financial officer Joe Ianiello made it plain at an SNL Kagan conference last week: When it comes to retransmission consent, broadcast networks are taking the cake.
 
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Los Angeles Times:
‘Phineas and Ferb’ to be Disney's next big marketing vehicle
Discussion: Company Town and New York Magazine
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
Brand-Only Ad Network Brand.net Raises $14 Million
Joe Strupp / Strupp:
Broadcast Outlets Double-Billed On Presidential Trips
Discussion: Romenesko
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Alex Weprin / WebNewser:
Internet a Key Point of Opposition to Comcast-NBCU Deal
Discussion: NewTeeVee, rbr.com and TVNewser
CNN:
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Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Crain's Manchester Business:
Crain Communications closes Crain's Manchester Business
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk and News On News
Dan Rayburn / The Business Of Online Video:
Data From Q1 Shows Video CDN Pricing Stabilizing, Down 25% In 2010
Discussion: Online Video News
paidContent:
Music Labels Tell Google To Remove Infringing Links
Discussion: PlagiarismToday and MediaPost
Brent Lang / TheWrap.com:
Media Chiefs Bullish on Digital — Not That It's Paying
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Liberty spin-offs may signal merger urge
Discussion: DealBook