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1:25 PM ET, December 16, 2010

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Peter Applebome / New York Times:
Walk In, Grab a Muffin and Watch a Newspaper Reinvent Itself  —  At the new offices of The Register Citizen in this faded old mill town, there's a sign out front welcoming residents to come in for coffee and muffins at the Newsroom Café — sort of Starbucks meets “Lou Grant.”
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
For NPR stations, a sigh of relief  —  A funny thing happened to NPR stations after the worst publicity fiasco in NPR's history: almost nothing at all.  —  Public radio outlets across the country braced for the worst from their listeners after NPR fired commentator Juan Williams for remarks …
Discussion: Free Press and On Media's Blog
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
The Huffington Post hires NYT's Sunday Business editor  —  The Huffington Post, which recently hired New York Times economic correspondent Peter Goodman, has returned to the Gray Lady to poach another veteran journalist: Sunday Business editor Timothy L. O'Brien.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Facebook to Big Media: We Like You.  We Really, Really Like You.  —  Facebook has more than 550 million users, but right now the company has its eyes on a very particular set of friends: Big media companies.  —  Mark Zuckerberg's company is working hard to win over heavyweight content distributors …
Discussion: New York Observer
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Bloomberg Voice: Opinions, Yes, But Only Factual Ones  —  Mike Bloomberg.  You could disagree with him, but then you'd be wrong.  Image via Wikipedia  —  Ever since its founding almost 30 years ago, Bloomberg LP has proceeded under the notion that there's a right way and a wrong way of doing …
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
Time editor defends Zuckerberg choice over Assange  —  Time managing editor Richard Stengel believes that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg—who was named “Person of the Year” on Wednesday—is not only the best choice best choice for 2010, but for years to come.
Jesse Walker / Reason:
Our Leaky World  —  WikiLeaks is only the beginning.  —  We've read so much in the last few weeks about Julian Assange, it's easy to forget the WikiLeaks story isn't ultimately about Julian Assange.  It isn't even really about WikiLeaks, any more than Watergate was a story about a hotel.
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Matt Kinsman / Folio:
Forbes Teams With MediaVest, comScore to Track Ad Effectiveness  —  Study will track how print ads drive traffic online.  —  Forbes announced the launch of a new research project that will measure print advertising effectiveness, using digital tracking methodology.
Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Groupon, iPad and Twitter: 2 much 2 hope 4?  —  With iPad apps, Groupon-like buying programs and Twitter campaigns topping the to-do lists at most newspapers, it's time to place these putative publishing panaceas in proper perspective.  —  Recent research into consumer acceptance …
Quentin Hardy / At Your Servers:
Flipboard's CEO on the New Version  —  The new version of Flipboard, Apple's official iPad “App of the Year,” came out about 90 minutes ago.  Not long before that, I had a talk with Flipboard CEO Mike McCue about what's new, why they've made the choices they have, and where they are going.
Nate Freeman / New York Observer:
Exclusive: Two More Top Editors Out at GQ  —  Having had a fairly stable masthead for years, Conde Nast men's title GQ is hemorrhaging top-level editorial talent.  —  In late October style editor Adam Rapoport was named editor of Bon Appetit, and now sources say two more top editors are set to exit.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and New York Magazine
Paige Wiser / Chicago Sun Times:
King's reign on CNN ends tonight  —  Larry King's era ended long before his show has.  He's emblematic of a time when men were men, women were to be married, and celebrities were to be respected.  —  It worked for him.  King got the big names because they knew he wouldn't ambush …
Paige Albiniak / Broadcasting & Cable:
Exclusive: Multiple Syndicators Pitching Katie Couric on Daytime Talker  —  While many expect her to stay with CBS News, daytime option emerges  —  As Katie Couric's contract with CBS News nears its end, multiple syndicators are approaching her about daytime possibilities, confirm several sources.
Discussion: Gawker, Company Town, Mediaite and TVNewser
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
CBS News Bests ABC and Fox in Latest comScore Online Traffic Numbers  —  CBS News, long a major presence on television, has had a modest online presence, widely trailing industry online news giants MSNBC.com and CNN.com - as well the websites of ABC News, Fox News and the BBC.
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Controversial Times sports editor bumped upstairs  —  Tweet  —  New York Times Sports Editor Tom Jolly will see his controversial eight-year reign come to an end next month when he moves upstairs to a new job.  —  His tenure was marked by the Times' widely criticized coverage …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
Le Monde Ousts Top Manager  —  PARIS — Only weeks after a group of French businessmen completed their takeover of Le Monde, the newspaper on Wednesday replaced its top manager, who had complained of “moral harassment” by the new owners.  —  Le Monde said the official, Eric Fottorino …
Mark Pasetsky / The Huffington Post:
Three Ways the iPad Will Revolutize Celebrity Magazine Covers  —  The cover of a celebrity magazine is crucial when it comes to sales.  It will play an even larger roll on the IPad starting in 2011.  Here's how:  —  Publishers will Develop Multiple Covers for the IPad
Next New Networks:
How We Had YouTube's Top 2 videos, and 1 Billion Views, in 2010  —  Today we're excited by the news that YouTube announced its 10 Most-Watched Videos of 2010, a list topped by episodes of two Next New Networks shows: The Gregory Brothers' “Bed Intruder Song,” and The Key of Awesome's Ke$ha parody …
Discussion: nick burcher and Company Town
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YouTube Said to Seek a Producer of Web Video
 
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Juanita León / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Juanita León on independent journalism and La Silla …
Discussion: Nieman Reports
Elizabeth Woyke / Mobilized:
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Dave Levy / State of the Fourth Estate:
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Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:
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David Zax / Fast Company:
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Larry Yang / The Official Google TV Blog:
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Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
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Matt Thompson / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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