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4:45 PM ET, June 29, 2010

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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Hulu Unveils Subscription Service For $9.99 a Month  —  Updated: 2:50 p.m.: Confirming what the entertainment world has been expecting for months, the online television Web site Hulu unveiled a subscription service on Tuesday, promising access to more episodes of TV shows to customers who pay $9.99 a month.
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Doug Aamoth / Techland:
Hulu Plus: Every Episode from Every Season for $10 Per Month  —  Here's the deal with Hulu Plus.  You pay Hulu $10 per month and they'll let you watch every episode from every season of every show they offer from the likes of ABC, NBC, and FOX.  Oh, and you can watch on your computer …
Discussion: Ars Technica and NewTeeVee
Andrew Breitbart / Big Journalism:
Reward: $100,000 for Full ‘JournoList’ Archive; Source Fully Protected  —  I've had $100,000 burning in my pocket for the last three months and I'd really like to spend it on a worthy cause.  So how about this: in the interests of journalistic transparency, and to offer the American public …
Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
NewsLabs folds just months after launch, regrets big promises to journalists  —  E-mails regarding the demise of NewsLabs  —  From: [Chief technology officer] Nathan Chong  —  As I'm sure you've noticed not much has been happening with the site recently.  I'm very sorry to report that this is because NewsLabs is ending.
Discussion: The Awl and eMedia Vitals
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Former Forbes.com Publisher Jim Spanfeller Has VC Money; New Sites on the Way  —  Former Forbes.com publisher Jim Spanfeller has a new gig: A venture-backed Web publishing start-up.  —  Spanfeller Media Group, which plans to launch a series of new sites, is close to finishing a funding round that I'm told will total around $2 million.
JP Mangalindan / Fortune:
Jeff Bezos's mission: Compelling small publishers to think big  —  In the face of Kindle price cuts and wild iPad sales, Jeff Bezos is taking Amazon into new markets and onto every device he can.  Will it be enough?  —  Jeff Bezos has been dismissed before.
Greg Marx / CJR:
Look at Us!  —  Lessons from the response to the David Weigel flap  —  It's been three days since David Weigel, the reporter and blogger best known for his coverage of the conservative movement, resigned from The Washington Post after intemperate remarks he'd made on a private e-mail list about some of his subjects were made public.
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Steve Krakauer / Mediaite:
From Washington Post To NBCU: Dave Weigel Joins MSNBC As Paid Contributor
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Sharron Angle, Camera-Shy Candidate, Shifts Coverage  —  RENO — There is a game in Nevada called “Where's Sharron Angle?” that the press is tired of playing.  —  Ms. Angle, a Nevada Senate candidate and Tea Party darling, has steadfastly refused to talk to reporters here …
Seth C. Lewis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Opening up journalism's boundaries to bring change back in: How Knight and its News Challenge have evolved  —  It was with considerable irony that I found myself last week missing much of the action surrounding the announcement of the latest winners of the Knight News Challenge …
Discussion: MediaShift
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Newspapers Having Trouble Reporting On Their Own Paywalls  —  It appears that newspaper giant Gannett, owner of USA Today and a bunch of regional newspapers, is beginning to experiment with putting up some paywalls on many of its regional newspapers.  Jeff Sonderman has been pointing out …
Bloomberg:
Apple's Jobs Due to Attend Sun Valley Media Executive Retreat  —  Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs is due to attend the annual Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, giving him a chance to court executives he needs to add content to his company's products.
Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
Asbury Park Press blog launches coffeehouse newsroom  —  Freehold InJersey & Asbury Park Press Launch Coffeeshop Newsroom  —  FREEHOLD, NJ — Freehold InJersey, a community news blog run by the Asbury Park Press and Gannett, has launched a coffeeshop newsroom in conjunction with Zebu Forno Cafe in Freehold, New Jersey.
Discussion: Freehold, the mojowire and Gannett Blog
Bob Warner / Philly.com:
Daily News, Inquirer sale plan OK'd by bankruptcy judge  —  A federal bankruptcy judge yesterday approved a plan to bring the Daily News and Inquirer out of Chapter 11 with a sale to a coalition of investment firms, willing to put up $105 million in cash for the newspapers and their Web site, Philly.com.
Discussion: Romenesko
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Online Video News Consumption Doubles in 12 Months, comScore....The AP Nearing Half a Billion Views on YouTube  —  The consumption of online video news and information clips in the U.S. has doubled over the past 12 months, to 565 million video views in May, up from 277 million last May, according to comScore.
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Exclusive: Tyra Banks Picks Demand Media as America's Next Top Digital Business Model  —  Well-known modeling icon Tyra Banks has struck a partnership with Demand Media to create a new digital brand focused on fashion and beauty.  —  The deal between the Santa Monica, Calif.-based online content maker …
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
NBC sweatbox  —  It's going to be a long, hot summer at 30 Rock as NBC Universal senior staff sweat out who gets to stay with the company — and on what terms — as Comcast pushes for a possible fourth-quarter close on its purchase of NBC Universal.  —  While NBC Universal management …
Zach Gottlieb / Epicenter:
In Online Media, Consumer Is King  —  Call it the billion dollar question of today's digital revolution: When it comes to online media, who's in charge?  —  Looking back on the first phase of the digital revolution, when big media companies chose to give away their content for free online, their system of power started breaking down.
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
The two poles of journalism  —  With his Rolling Stone article on Gen. McChrystal, Michael Hastings has become both the personification of, and spokesperson for, Real Journalism, and as a result, has provoked intense animosity from establishment-serving “reporters” everywhere.
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Hunter Walker / The Wrap:
Showtime Makes It Official: Nevins to Replace Greenblatt
Judith Townend / Journalism.co.uk:
Met Police apologises and pays damages to journalists over Greek …
Discussion: Guardian
Carolinebeaven / Online Journalism Blog:
Video interview: The Times: safeguarding journalism?
Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:
Randall Lane Nails Dykstra, Claims Pay-For-Stock-Plug Scandal
Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
Meet the guy who's written 500 articles for BleacherReport.com — all for free
Discussion: AdAge
Stephen Shankland / CNET News:
Growing pains afflict HTML5 standardization
Discussion: Beet.TV
Tim Adler / Deadline.com:
Viewers Must Know When They're Watching Product Placement, Says UK Regulator
 Earlier Picks: 
Steve Krakauer / Mediaite:
NBC's Dan Abrams And CBS's Scott Pelley To Host Two New Discovery ID Series
Discussion: New York Magazine
Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Knight News Challenge: Connecting the world is great, but Front …
Paul Carr / TechCrunch:
TechCrunch TV Launches... Now.
Craig Lambert / Harvard Magazine:
Profile of literary agent Andrew Wylie
Jesse Singal / Boston Globe:
Freedom of screech  —  Anonymous online comment boards …
Discussion: Romenesko