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3:40 PM ET, June 24, 2010

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Jay Rosen / PressThink:
The Politico Opens the Kimono.  And then Pretends it Never Happened.  —  “Think about what the Politico is saying: an experienced beat reporter would probably not want to ‘burn bridges’ with key sources by telling the world what happens when those sources let their guard down.”
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Mike Celizic / msnbc.com:
Reporter believed McChrystal was ‘untouchable’
Discussion: Associated Press
Andrea Pitzer / Nieman Storyboard:
Michael Hastings' “The Runaway General” and the power of narrative
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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Andy Greenberg / The Firewall:
Four Copyright Lessons From Google's Viacom Victory
Discussion: Law Blog
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Judge Throws Out Viacom Case Against YouTube (Court Document)
Robin Goad - UK:
Times paywall: initial data and analysis  —  Following months of speculation, News International has finally erected a paywall around the Times newspaper website.  After a couple of weeks running two sites, (www.timesonline.co.uk and www.thetimes.co.uk) in parallel, visitors to the former site …
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk and The Next Web
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
UK Times' Traffic Has Dropped, But Nobody's Gaining  —  The Times' and Sunday Times' share of UK newspaper web visits nearly halved from 4.37 percent to 2.67 percent in the month since it introduced new sites with a registration wall, according to Hitwise, which monitors the clicks of eight million UK users.
Discussion: Ars Technica and Press Gazette
Matt / HyperlocalBlogger:
This is the Sound of a Scared Newspaper  —  Confession: I love newspapers.  We still subscribe to our local paper, and we've taught our kids to read the paper every morning before school.  My post-college career began at a newspaper (the Los Angeles Daily News).
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Tri-City Herald:   The inside scoop: What's new for newspapers?
Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:
CNN's Jon Klein: We're Not Endorsing One Side or Another  —  CNN president Jon Klein — who has stubbornly resisted the rising tide of “partisan” news programming — spoke to TheWrap on Wednesday about the network's new show featuring a pair of ideological sparring partners: Eliot Spitzer …
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Joe Pompeo / Silicon Alley Insider:
The New York Times Is Tumbling!  —  Last week, we stumbled upon a sparsely-populated Tumblr for The New York Times.  —  So we checked in to see if it was indeed the Grey Lady's official blog.  —  Yesterday, a Times spokeswoman confirmed with us that it was, though she said the Tumblr was still very much in beta mode.
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Zelnick Buys Gossip Girl Creator Alloy For $126.5 Million  —  An investor group led by ZelnickMedia is acquiring youth-focused entertainment company and ad network operator Alloy in a cash deal valued at $126.5 million, for a 27 percent premium over the company's most recent closing stock price.
Judith Townend / Journalism.co.uk:
WSJ Europe to launch new tech section as part of digital expansion  —  The Wall Street Journal is to launch a new European technology section as part of its digital expansion.  —  Six new jobs have been advertised by publisher Dow Jones as it prepares to enlarge its online and mobile offering and build up commercial opportunities.
Discussion: MediaPost and Noted
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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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
comScore to “De-link” Video Ads and Content in New Tabulation
Discussion: NewTeeVee
Matt Kinsman / Folio:
Content Over Technology: How InformationWeek Sells $300,000+ Against Digital Editions  —  And why it's PDF approach takes priority over the iPad (for now).  —  In 2009, UBM TechWeb's InformationWeek launched four digital editions as part of a broader, multi-year “green strategy” to reduce the magazine's carbon footprint.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
First Look: Slick SI App Matches Expectations With One Exception: No Subs  —  The Sports Illustrated iPad app hit the iTunes store overnight with lots of glossy features in place—and without an anticipated subscription option.  SI still could wind up being the first Time Inc. (NYSE: TWX) …
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 …
Christopher K. Hepp / Philly.com:
New management for Philadelphia Inquirer taking shape  —  The new management group for The Inquirer is slowly taking shape, according to recent court filings that revealed a new name for the company, four directors, and the makeup of the collective ownership.
Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:
T Bone Burnett Speaks Out, Decries Lady Gaga's ‘Paltry’ Income From Video Streams  —  Google and Microsoft are scrambling to find ways to please the entertainment industry.  Both search engines this week launched separate music services.  The move may gain points with recording labels, but it's not clear if they'll satisfy artists.
Discussion: MediaPost
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.
Discussion: Media Buyer Planner
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Video Interview: Conde Nast's Bob Sauerberg On Wired For iPad, Take Two  —  Wired sold more than 90,000 downloads of its first stand-alone app at $4.99 but what about the second issue or the third?  Did Conde Nast squander an opportunity to do more with that first wave of interest?
Rachel Sklar / The Daily Beast:
The Unbearable Whiteness of Cable  —  Blogs and Stories  —  Thought a black president would lead to more diversity on cable news?  Wrong.  Since November 2008, the TV landscape has only gotten whiter.  Rachel Sklar on what changed between Obama's election and the hiring of Eliot Spitzer.
Stephen Foley / The Independent:
CBS looks at streaming shows online  —  The US television network CBS is in talks to make its top shows available on the internet streaming service Hulu.com, in the latest sign that programme-makers are stepping up experiments with new ways to distribute their content.
Big Think:
Michael Wolff on Rupert Murdoch and the Future of the New York Times  —  When we asked author and Vanity Fair columnist Michael Wolff what's he thought the future held for Rupert Murdoch, he came right out with it: “The future for Rupert himself is death.”  It was a response you'd expect …
Discussion: Runnin' Scared and The Wire
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee:
Video Interview: Roku Partners With Clearleap  —  Over-the-top set-top box maker Roku has partnered up with pay TV cloud services provider Clearleap to bring premium pay TV content to the Roku box.  Cable TV subscribers will be able to watch linear programming and VOD titles on their Roku device …
 
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