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10:30 PM ET, November 18, 2010

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Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
Fox News Chief Blasts NPR ‘Nazis’  —  Roger Ailes slams Jon Stewart as a conservative-basher, explains why he rode to Juan Williams' rescue—and sees NPR as taxpayer-funded propaganda.  Part II of Howard Kurtz's interview.  —  When Jon Stewart was appearing on the O'Reilly Factor a few weeks back …
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Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
Fox News chief apologizes to ADL for ‘Nazi’ remark  —  Fox News chief Roger Ailes apologized Thursday to Abraham Foxman, national director for the Anti-Defamation League, after calling NPR executives “Nazis” in an interview with The Daily Beast.  —  Ailes, in a letter, began by following up on …
Discussion: Gawker, New York Magazine and The Awl
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Crunching Denton's Ratio: What's the return on paying sources?  —  There was a lot of buzz on Twitter yesterday about Paul Farhi's piece in The Washington Post on checkbook journalism — in particular the way a mishmash of websites, tabloids, and TV news operations put money in the hands of the people they want to interview.
Discussion: Deadspin
Chadwick Matlin / CJR:
A Faustian Bargain  —  Slideshows are the scourge, and the savior, of online journalism  —  In May 2009, Thebigmoney.com was shouting into the void.  Slate's business site was eight months old, but it was still averaging only 50,000 page views a day, well below The Slate Group's goal.
Discussion: Romenesko and SAI
eMedia Vitals:
Fair use: how much is too much?  —  Fair use: how much is too much?  —  Reactions: 8  —  Page view “journalism” and content aggregation are the cornerstones of the explosive growth of Gawker, Huffington Post and slews of other blogs, but does that growth come at the expense of the publications who conducted the original reporting?
David Shapiro / The Awl:
Snuck Into National Book Awards  —  i am at the National Book Awards at the Cipriani on Wall Street and i am standing fifteen feet away from Tina Brown.  Tina Brown is sitting at her table and she just finished her dinner and i am waiting with my friends Mike and Nate to interview her to ask …
Discussion: The Daily Beast
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Julie Bosman / Media Decoder:
Patti Smith Wins National Book Award
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Video: Reuters Readies Big Expansion in the United States  —  MONACO — Declaring that news providers in the U.S. are not “satisfying the needs” of publishers and broadcasters, Reuters will be expanding its offerings in the United States, with major announcements to come over the next couple of months …
Discussion: WebNewser
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
FT Gives Its Staff A $480 Bonus To Buy An iPad; CEO's Memo  —  The Financial Times says it will give a £300 or $480 rebate to its 1,800 staff against the purchase of an iPad or other tablet.  —  Newspaper publishers are clearly getting bullish about the prospects of a post-web future …
Michael Miner / Chicago Reader:
Life in the Patch  —  Is AOL's hyperlocal news network an evil slave empire or a boon to hungry journalists?  —  Chris Gray, Sara Fay, and Sofia Resnick  —  CEOs must love it when small folk call them evil—nice guys don't wind up masters of the universe.
Discussion: Romenesko
David Kaplan / paidContent:
NBCU's Zucker: In An On-Demand World, Content Matters More Than Schedules  —  CNBC (NYSE: GE) talker Jim Cramer grilled his out-going boss Jeff Zucker during a quick back-and-forth about his high points and low points, his job prospects and where the TV business is headed as the merger of Comcast …
Discussion: TVNewser
Katie Hoffmann / Bloomberg:
Cablevision Explores Spinoff of TV Channels Including ‘Mad Men’ Home AMC  —  Cablevision Systems Corp., the New York-area cable-television provider, is exploring a spinoff of its Rainbow unit, which includes cable channels Sundance, IFC and AMC, the broadcaster of “Mad Men.”  The stock jumped.
Discussion: Company Town
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Newsweek.com nervously awaits news of its fate  —  Of all the players anticipating fallout from the forthcoming union of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, staffers for Newsweek's website may have the most to lose—namely, their jobs.  —  As the two money-losing news organizations meld into one …
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Russ Smith / splicetoday.com:   Love the Royals, Hate the Republicans
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
House fails to eliminate NPR funding  —  The House on Thursday voted to move forward on legislation without voting on a proposal put forth by Republicans to defund NPR.  —  Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the next majority leader, said the vote demonstrates that Democrats “are still not ready to listen” …
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
Bill Clinton's speech can be tweeted after all  —  Did former President Bill Clinton really ban tweeting, live-blogging and posting on Facebook during a keynote address for a business and technology conference?  —  No. But it definitely appeared that way over the past 24 hours.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
A Web Ad That Tells You It's Stalking You  —  There's a big debate about privacy and online advertising, and the personal data marketers use to hunt down the customers they're trying to capture.  —  So here's a Web ad campaign that cuts to the chase, and simply tells you up front that it's stalking you.
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
No More Media Silos: Digital Content Needs to be Universally Accessed, paidContent's Staci Kramer  —  MONACO — For publishers to succeed in the fast changing media environment, digital content must be universally accessed, irrespective of the device, says Staci D. Kramer, editor of paidContent, the influential media news site.
 
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Nikki Osman / Guardian:
Diary of a budding journalist: The highs and lows writing about yourself
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
The Economist Hits iPad, Targeting A Million Paying Digital Readers
Discussion: Economist and Guardian
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Senators Want Negotiations Made Public in Retransmission Fights
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Netflix Web-Only Service Coming, Probably Not Cheap
Discussion: PC Magazine
Ellie Behling / eMedia Vitals:
What media companies can learn from Briefing.com's copyright mishap
Shira Ovide / Deal Journal:
Bloomberg News was the NetApp Earnings ‘Leaker’
 Earlier Picks: 
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter Online:
Fast Company Editor: ‘We want to have women represented on our covers’
Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
Peter Chernin To Old Media: Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.
Discussion: BoomTown and Tech Europe
Paul Bradshaw / Poynter Online:
Data and Journalism Form a Powerful Combination
WWD:
Memo Pad: Conde Nast Fights Back... Gap's Give-and-Take
Edmund Lee / AdAge:
Federated Media Acquires FoodBuzz
Discussion: paidContent, WebNewser, FM Blog and BoomTown, Thanks:edmundlee
Michael Malone / Broadcasting & Cable:
TVNewser Acquires TVSpy
Discussion: Romenesko and MediaPost
David Kaplan / paidContent:
SNL Kagan: Cord Cutting's A Fact; Other Factors Drive Down Pay TV Subs Too