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11:25 AM ET, October 22, 2010

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Matea Gold / Los Angeles Times:
In wake of NPR controversy, Fox News gives Juan Williams an expanded role  —  The cable news network signs the analyst to a new three-year contract for nearly $2 million.  Meanwhile, conservative figures blast the public radio network for its response to Williams' comments about Muslims.
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Alicia Shepard / NPR:
NPR's Firing of Juan Williams Was Poorly Handled  —  Juan Williams once again got himself into trouble with NPR for comments he made at his other job, at Fox News.  And NPR's reaction has unleashed an unprecedented firestorm of criticism directed not at Williams - but at NPR.
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Williams Episode Shows 2 Versions of Journalism  —  NPR's decision Wednesday to fire Juan Williams and Fox News Channel's decision to give him a new contract on Thursday put into sharp relief the two versions of journalism that compete every day for Americans' attention.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Rupert Murdoch Admits He Can't Compete With Google  —  News Corp. founder Rupert Murdoch has likely never acknowledged (at least not publicly) that he has failed at something, particularly when it involves a market worth billions of dollars, but he appears to have conceded defeat in his attempt to build a competitor to Google News.
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Media Week:
Rupert Murdoch's full speech at the Centre of Policy Studies  —  Rupert Murdoch, the founder, chairman and chief executive of News Corporation, heaped praise on Margaret Thatcher for ‘expanding the boundaries of freedom’ tonight, before turning to bloggers and why they will never replace journalists.
Media Week:
Murdoch aims sideswipe at ‘traditional elites’ curbs on News Corp  —  Rupert Murdoch used a speech in London last night to obliquely criticise the UK media industry's opposition to his attempt to secure full control of BSkyB.  —  Rupert Murdoch: aims to secure full control of BSkyB
Discussion: Press Gazette and Arif Durrani
Reuters:   News Corp ices Alesia digital newsstand plan-source
Wall Street Journal:
Networks in Rift With Google TV  —  ABC, CBS and NBC are blocking TV programming on their websites from being viewable on Google Inc.'s new Web-TV service, exposing the rift that remains between the technology giant and some of the media companies it wants to supply content for its new products.
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Tom Krazit / CNET News:
Some networks blocking shows on Google TV  —  ABC (shown here) and CBS are currently blocking access to episodes on their Web sites for Google TV users.  —  (Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)  —  Google TV has the network television industry's attention.  —  Certain television shows on the Web sites …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Life With Google TV: My First Day Review & Impressions
Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:
Tweet This: The Top 25 Magazines on Twitter  —  On Tuesday, the blog Journalistics published a list ranking the top 25 newspapers on Twitter, based their follower counts.  The New York Times, with more than 2.6 million followers, is by far the most-followed newspaper brand on Twitter …
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Robert Quigley / Old Media, New Tricks:   Newspapers on Twitter, ranked by followers
Scripting News:
New blogging techniques  —  What I call paragraph-level permalinks have made an appearance in Jay Rosen's blog, thanks to the innovative design work of Lauren Rabaino.  —  Nieman Lab calls out the feature.  —  And this got a geek going, Daniel Bachhuber, whose new (today) …
Ryan Tate / Gawker:
R.I.P. Chatroulette: A Sad Tale of Missed Opportunity  —  Remember Chatroulette?  It's hard to believe that barely eight months ago the anonymous video chat site had everyone captivated.  Venture capitalists clamored to invest, journalists tripped over one another to profile—and now Chatroulette is dying, unused and unloved.
Discussion: Social Culture …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
How US newspapers are coping with abusive commenters  —  What's to be done when readers' online comments tip over from the critical into the abusive?  That problem has been faced by several newspapers in the US.  —  In the latest example, the Portland Press Herald shut down its comments service …
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Damon Kiesow / Poynter Online:
Comments return to the Portland Press Herald
Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
TV Guide Site Partners With ABC for ‘Check-In’ Feature  —  TVGuide.com has partnered with ABC to help kick start its new TV Check-In feature—the site's answer to the slew of startup social apps, which encourage users to tell their friends what they watch or are planning to watch on TV.
Michael Learmonth / AdAge:
Vevo Turns Up Heat on MTV in Online Video Dispute  —  Upstart Is Top in Video Views and It's Targeting TV  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Music videos barely appear on TV any more, but the battle to control them online — and sell them to marketers in turn — is becoming a full-fledged spectacle …
Wall Street Journal:
Tribune Creditor Proposal Expected Friday  —  Tribune Co. on Friday is expected to file a bankruptcy-exit plan that has support from its leading creditors.  The filing comes as creditors are sounding out candidates to run the company post-bankruptcy, including former News Corp. executive Peter Chernin.
Discussion: Romenesko
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Books and Video Win on the iPad, and Users Are Buying  —  Although the iPad is still relatively new, early indications are that a majority of users are willing to pay for content on the tablet — whether it's apps or games — and that books and video are the two most popular forms of media …
Discussion: The Next Web and MediaPost
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Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
Magazines, Advertising, and the Malleability of Ethics  —  Since the recession hit and print started dying in earnest, magazines have been...let's say, loosening their standards on the editorial-advertising divide.  Now, in a bid to maintain relevance, the American Society of Magazine Editors has updated its ethical guidelines.
Discussion: MinOnline, MPA and Canadian Magazines
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Lucia Moses / Mediaweek:
ASME Releases Updated Ad Guidelines
Discussion: Adweek, mediabistro.com and FishbowlNY
 
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Bloomberg:
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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