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2:05 PM ET, June 28, 2010

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David Carr / New York Times:
Heedlessly Hijacking Content  —  Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal was not the only one who had a tough week at the office.  —  Last Monday, the word got out that Rolling Stone had a stunning piece about General McChrystal, in which he and his aides were critical of the White House.
Discussion: CJR, Romenesko and TeleRead
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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Rolling Stone Back on a Roll With Investigative Articles
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:   There is no hot news. All news is hot news.
David Carr / Media Decoder:
McChrystal's Quality Time With Rolling Stone: Impertinent? …
David Weigel / Big Journalism:
Hubris and Humility: David Weigel Comes Clean on Washington Post, the D.C. Bubble, & the ‘Journolist’  —  In the first (and still best) “Austin Powers” film, a United Nations representative makes a faux pas and calls the film's villain “Mr. Evil.”  —  “It's Dr. Evil,” he huffs.
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David Kaplan / paidContent:
Touting Redesign, MSNBC Declares Pageviews ‘Dead’  —  The big idea behind just about every website redesign these days generally revolves around “less is more” minimalism.  But it looks like MSNBC.com's redo actually means it: the new site, which just went fully live, promises to do an end with clicking on stories and on ads.
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
After six months as anchor, Diane Sawyer is bringing a sharper edge to ABC's ‘World News’  —  It is not yet 9 a.m. and Diane Sawyer is shaking her head in amazement.  —  “Unbelievable,” she says, having woken up to the news that Gen. Stanley McChrystal had denigrated President Obama's team in a Rolling Stone piece.
Discussion: Romenesko and TVNewser
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
A Business Journalist Turned Anti-Banker  —  On most cable newscasts, the people who are writing new financial regulations are called congressmen.  But on “The Dylan Ratigan Show” on MSNBC, some are called “banksters.”  —  That term, a twist on gangsters, tells viewers a lot about Mr. Ratigan …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Mounting Web Woes Pummel Newspapers  —  Slipping Digital Ad Revenue, Emerging Content Farms Present More Challenges for Struggling Industry  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Look at newspapers' share of digital advertising, the crowds checking out other kinds of news sites, or the prices that advertisers will pay for the competition.
Discussion: Romenesko and Gawker
David Carr / Media Decoder:
David Carey Leaving Condé Nast to Run Hearst Magazines  —  David Carey, group president at Condé Nast who oversees Wired, Golf Digest, and Golf World, is leaving the company to become the president of the magazine division of Hearst Publishing, the Manhattan-based magazine …
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Yahoo! Publishes First Comprehensive Guide for Creating Web Content  —  SUNNYVALE, CALIF., - - RPR - 06/28/10 - Available July 6- Internet Giant Compiles Editorial Best Practices for the Digital World  — To help writers, editors, and content creators write effectively for the Web, Yahoo! …
Discussion: Mashable! and The Awl
Media Decoder:
Marzorati to Leave Magazine for New Post at The Times  —  The search for a new editor for The New York Times Magazine is on.  In a memo to the staff on Monday, Bill Keller, the paper's executive editor, announced that Gerry Marzorati will be taking on a new role overseeing new initiatives at The Times.
Discussion: Romenesko and New York Observer
Michael Shain / New York Post:
Couric turned down Larry King's job  —  Katie Couric is in serious talks to stay at CBS — though not necessarily as anchor for the evening news — when her $15-million-a-year contract expires next year, according to well-placed sources.  —  The talks have heated up since she quietly informed CNN …
Edmund Lee / AdAge:
The ‘Craigslist Effect’ Spreads to Content as Free Work Fills Supply  —  Pro-bono Writing Trumps Pro-am, Helping Websites Such as Huffington Post, Bleacher Report Turn a Profit  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — After Andrew Brining took the bar exam two years ago, he had plenty of time on his hands …
Discussion: Romenesko
Lucia Moses / Mediaweek:
Hearst Sites Launch Disruptive HD Ads  —  Gillette signs on as sponsor  —  Web Surfers, prepare for more disruptions.  —  As consumers ignore traditional online banner ads, Web publishers have tried to replace them with higher-impact and more lucrative ads.
 
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:
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Victoria Coren / Guardian:
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Discussion: Guardian and New York Times
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
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Discussion: The Wire
Simon Dumenco / AdAge:
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Daniel Tencer / Raw Story:
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Discussion: Globe and Mail and Runnin' Scared