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8:45 AM ET, June 24, 2010

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Aaron / YouTube Blog:
YouTube wins case against Viacom  —  Today, the court granted our motion for summary judgment in Viacom's lawsuit with YouTube.  This means that the court has decided that YouTube is protected by the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) against claims of copyright infringement.
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Judge Throws Out Viacom Case Against YouTube (Court Document)
Discussion: NewTeeVee and DailyFinance
Clint Hendler / CJR:
A Politico Graf Goes Missing  —  Yesterday in one of Politico's write-ups of the furor that ensued as it became known that damaging quotes from General Stanley McChrystal and his staff would appear in an article by Michael Hastings in Rolling Stone, the following paragraphs appeared:
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Andrea Pitzer / Nieman Storyboard:
Michael Hastings' “The Runaway General” and the power of narrative
Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Rolling Stone's late start on McChrystal costs it comments
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
A ‘Thankful’ Spitzer Anticipates Some Criticism  —  Eliot Spitzer described himself as “extremely thankful” to be getting an opportunity to revive his reputation as a television news host after the tawdry circumstances of his forced resignation as governor of New York.
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Chris Rovzar / New York Magazine:
Why Would CNN's ‘Spirited, Nightly Roundtable’ Work This Time?
Joe Pompeo / The Wire:
Critics Bewildered By Spitzer's New Gig As Talking Head
Abbey Klaassen / AdAge:
Diesel Wins Outdoor Grand Prix for ‘Be Stupid’  —  Jury Also Awards Andes Beer Grand Prix for ‘Teletransporter’ for Its ‘Ambient’ Execution  —  CANNES, France (AdAge.com) — The trophies for outdoor at the 57th annual Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival today went to two different executions …
Kevin Roderick / LA Observed:
More turnover in the NYT bureau here  —  Randal C. Archibold, a reporter in the New York Times bureau in Los Angeles, is moving to Mexico City as bureau chief this summer.  He will be joined by Damien Cave, currently the bureau chief in Miami.  It represents a return to two reporters in Mexico City for the NYT.
Delia Cabe / Creative Type:
All the clichés fit to print  —  BP CEO Tony Hayward is embattled.  If you haven't heard his name and that adjective together, you have managed somehow to avoid more than 200 newspapers and numerous radio and TV reports.  By now, Hayward's parents might wonder whether their son has legally changed his first name to “Embattled.”
Christopher Heine / ClickZ:
Break Media Gets in Touch With Its Feminine Side  —  Break Media isn't just about marketing to dudes anymore, now that the ad network has added verticals for advertisers looking to reel in women viewers.  The Los Angeles-based company said it has added 23 new categories …
Joseph Plambeck / Media Decoder:
Clear Channel Chief Executive Stepping Down  —  Clear Channel Communications said on Wednesday that Mark P. Mays, its chief executive since 2004, would leave that post as soon as a replacement was found.  —  Mr. Mays's decision comes two years after two private equity firms …
Tri-City Herald:
The inside scoop: What's new for newspapers?  —  According to Gary Pruitt, there's reason to be hopeful for the future of newspapers.  —  No, Pruitt isn't a time traveler or a soothsayer.  He's the CEO of the corporation that owns this newspaper and 29 other dailies.  —  You got that right ... the top boss.
Matthew Lynch / WWD Media Headlines:
Rupert Murdoch Talks Media Predictions and the iPad  —  The topic of the opening night panel at this week's New York Forum on Tuesday was ostensibly corporate reinvention, and for a few moments the hour-plus discussion stuck to script.  —  Hearst Magazines president Cathie Black explained …
Discussion: MediaFile, Business Week and Noted
Mark Milian / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
In war of words, blogging platform Posterous takes preposterous swipe at Tumblr  —  Direct attacks and unprovoked hostility are usually reserved for gossip blogs, not the people who make the platforms that power them.  —  But Posterous, the blog service that lets users post using e-mail …
Jim O'Neill / Online Video News:
RGB acquires RipCode with an eye on TV Everywhere and three-screen delivery  —  Network video processing company RGB Networks has acquired privately held mobile video transcoding specialist RipCode in an all-stock deal that helps RGB position itself as a leader—and an intriguing target itself …
Carole Wurzelbacher / Editors Weblog:
Poll shows Americans trust Facebook and Twitter more than traditional media  —  A recent poll has revealed the news sources that Americans most trust, reports Reuters.  And surprisingly, traditional media ended up on the bottom of the list, under social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Ben Stiller to create Yahoo web show  —  ‘Webisodes’ to feature star's parents commenting on news items - but brand's David Beckham sponsorship likely to be dropped  —  Yahoo has signed up Ben Stiller, star of films including Zoolander and Dodgeball, to create an online current affairs show starring his parents.
Discussion: Hollywood Rewired
Renata Acioli / Sparksheet:
Brazilian Brands Love the Web  —  What if you could design your own pizza, tweet the recipe, and then order it in from your local Pizza Hut?  Or close the deal on a new condo through an iPhone application?  These are just two clever ways that brands in Brazil are using social media to engage customers …
Leon Neyfakh / New York Observer:
The Pitchfork Frankenstein Effect: Indie Powerhouse Now Spawns Bands in its Own Image  —  Ryan Schreiber, the founder of Pitchfork, thinks indie rock is getting younger.  The 34-year-old, who launched his highly influential Web site from his parents' basement 15 years ago …
Claire Cain Miller / Bits:
A Site for the Videos You Don't Want Everyone to See  —  Some people post videos to YouTube and Facebook with the hope that they will go viral.  But for many others, the idea of the whole world viewing a personal video is a nightmare.  —  VidMe, a new video site going live on Wednesday, is for the latter group.
Joseph Plambeck / New York Times:
NPR Music Keeps Growing With iPhone App  —  Music has long been part of NPR's identity, but perhaps never more than in recent years, as its NPR Music Web site has become an increasingly popular outlet for artists and music fans.  —  The site, at www.npr.org/music, features many artists …
David Folkenflik / NPR:
‘Time’ Magazine: The Last Of The Big Newsweeklies  —  The decision by the corporate owner of Newsweek to put the magazine up for sale has once more raised the question in journalism circles as to whether there's a role — or any future at all — for newsweekly magazines.
Discussion: Romenesko
Felix Salmon:
When the SEC subpoenas journalists' sources  —  Henry Blodget, like all other right-thinking individuals, is appalled at the SEC recapitulating its David Einhorn let's-shoot-the-messenger errors with its subpoena of 37,000 documents from Sam Antar.  But at the same time …
Discussion: CJR
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
MSNBC Readies a Cautious Move Onto the iPad  —  MSNBC is preparing its own entry into the iPad app derby.  But the cable network is moving cautiously into the race: Its upcoming free app will feature programming from just one of its shows.  —  Mark Marvel, who runs video sales for MSNBC.com …
 
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Michele Gershberg / Reuters:
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Discussion: The Consumerist
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