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9:45 AM ET, March 2, 2011

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John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Dirty Percent  —  It's not hard to make the case that Apple's new in-app subscription system offers numerous benefits to users, developers, and publishers.  But whatever those benefits, they stem from the mere existence of these new subscription APIs.  What's controversial is the size of Apple's cut: 30 percent.
Discussion: CrunchGear
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Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:   John Gruber on Apple's 30% cut: To the victor goes the pricing power
John Cook / New York Observer:
Was a Vanity Fair Editor Secretly Working for the Church of Scientology?  —  Gawker.com, where the author is employed a staff writer, declined to publish this story.  —  Did the Church of Scientology use a Vanity Fair contributing editor to infiltrate and gather intelligence on the cult's enemies in the media?
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Joe Coscarelli / Runnin' Scared:   Why Did Gawker Refuse to Run John Cook's New York Observer Article on Scientology?
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Charlie Sheen, Now On Twitter At @CharlieSheen  —  Because if I don't write this somebody else will: After blazing a colorful trail through some obscure radio show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, TMZ, CNN and so on, media obsession of the moment Charlie Sheen has brought his antics to Twitter.
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Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Sheen Brings Piers Morgan Best Ratings Yet
Discussion: Speakeasy
WWD Media Headlines:
Speaking Frankly: New York Gets Rich  —  Photo By Matt Carasella/PatrickMcMullan.com  —  NEW YORK — Five weeks ago, Frank Rich sent an e-mail to New York magazine editor in chief Adam Moss asking if his friend of 24 years could give him a call.  —  “Frank said he was feeling that he had done …
Discussion: Folio and Soup
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Why the Medium Is Not the Message  —  Earlier this week, I got a chance to go on Leo Laporte's Twit.tv.  We debated the much-discussed New York Times story, which essentially said blogging is dead.  It has been more than 10 years since I started to blog, and still, the act of blogging is consistently misunderstood.
Christian Lorentzen / New York Observer:
Open City, Closed: Acclaimed Literary Journal Says Goodbye  —  After 20 years and 30 issues, Open City is ceasing publication, co-editor Joanna Yas told The Observer.  —  “These things are not institutions,” said founder and co-editor Thomas Beller.  “They're always razor's edge things.”
Lois Beckett / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A hive of long-form journalists: Gerry Marzorati and Mark Danner on a new model for long form  —  Yesterday at the Berkeley School of Journalism, former New York Times Magazine editor Gerald Marzorati and author and former New Yorker writer Mark Danner sat down to talk about the “the fate of long-form journalism in a new media age.”
AdAge:
Why Video Advertising Needs to Dump Impressions and Move to ‘Cost Per View’  —  When a “view” is counted on a site like YouTube, audiences and brands alike know what it means: someone chose to watch a video.  Increasingly, there are a proliferation of video ads that capture the same characteristic …
Discussion: digiday:DAILY
Matthew Creamer / AdAge:
A Mad Man and a Venture Capitalist Walked Into a Bar ...  Advertisers Expected to Underwrite Latest Tech Bubble, but Are There Enough Marketing Dollars to Go Around?  —  In November 1999, Advertising Age sounded an alarm about the current ad scene.  —  The forthcoming Super Bowl was the subject …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Book Publishers Need to Wake Up and Smell the Disruption  —  The writing has been on the wall for some time in the book publishing business: platforms like Amazon's Kindle and the iPad have caused an explosion of e-book publishing that's continuing to disrupt the industry on a whole series …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Another AOL Shuffle, This Time in Ad Sales  —  Another org chart shuffle at AOL following its $315 million acquisition of the Huffington Post.  This one is in sales, where North American ad chief Mark Ellis is out, and several of his deputies will be elevated.
Discussion: BoomTown, SAI and paidContent
Gautham Nagesh / The Hill:
Dodd to be Hollywood's top man in Washington  —  Former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) will be Hollywood's leading man in Washington, taking the most prestigious job on K Street.  —  The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) named Dodd chairman and CEO on Tuesday.  He will start his new job on St. Patrick's Day, March 17.
Business Wire:
The New York Times Company Updates its Outlook Ahead of Morgan Stanley Conference Presentation  —  Companies:  —  Related Quotes  —  SymbolPriceChange  —  NYT  —  10.12  —  NEW YORK—(BUSINESS WIRE)— The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT - News) today will discuss its business …
Michael Barbaro / New York Times:
Bloomberg Testing the World of Opinion  —  Over the last year, representatives of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg quietly reached out to a handful of the country's top journalists with an intriguing job offer: Divine and distill his unique brand of political philosophy and disseminate it around …
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Jodi Enda / American Journalism Review:
The Bloomberg Juggernaut
Discussion: Poynter
 
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Chris Atkins / Media Standards Trust:
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Gregory Ferensteinmon / Fast Company:
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