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6:25 PM ET, March 9, 2011

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Mark Memmott / NPR:
NPR CEO Vivian Schiller Resigns  —  This follows yesterday's news that then-NPR fundraiser Ron Schiller (no relation) was videotapped slamming conservatives and questioning whether NPR needs federal funding during a lunch with men posing as members of a Muslim organization …
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Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
NPR president Vivian Schiller resigns  —  Romenesko Misc.  —  NPR board chairman Dave Edwards says CEO and president Vivian Schiller's resignation was accepted “with understanding, genuine regret and great respect for her leadership of NPR these past two years.”
New York Times:
Facing Lawmakers' Fire, NPR Sees New Setback  —  Already under fire from Republicans who want to strip its federal financing, NPR was forced into damage-control mode on Tuesday after the release of a video that showed one of its fund-raising executives repeatedly criticizing Republicans and Tea Party supporters.
Mark Memmott / NPR:
In Video: NPR Exec Slams Tea Party, Questions Need For Federal Funds
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
NPR ‘appalled’ by former exec's comments
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Personalized iPad Magazine Zite Learns As You Read, Challenges Flipboard  —  Have you ever created a Genius playlist on iTunes or set up a station on Pandora?  Just plug in one song, and you instantly hear music that matches your tastes.  Think of Zite, the free personalized iPad magazine …
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Katherine Boehret / All Things Digital:
A Digital “Magazine” With One Subscriber [The Digital Solution]
Discussion: MarketingVOX
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
TV.com Head Anthony Soohoo Leaves CBS  —  More bodies moving around at CBS' digital division: Last week, the broadcaster bought Clicker.com for a reported $100 million, and put its CEO Jim Lanzone in charge of CBS Interactive.  Today, CBS Interactive entertainment head Anthony Soohoo says he's leaving.
Neal Ungerleider / Fast Company:
Al Jazeera Launching English-Language Children's Channel  —  Al Jazeera isn't just news.  Their next project?  An English-language childrens' edutainment network on American TV by 2012.  —  Al Jazeera's banking that its newest project—an English-language children's channel …
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
New York Times Editor Bill Keller Defends Fox News Comments  —  The Times' top editor stands by his description of Fox News' “Fair and Balanced” slogan as “cynical,” but tells Howard Kurtz his newspaper will provide fair and incisive coverage of the network.
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Hearst's Carey: Tablets Will Provide 25 Percent Of Magazines' Circulation  —  The notion that the iPad was going to save newspapers and magazines had been diminishing somewhat lately, especially since publishers have tended to regard Apple's 70/30 revenue split for digital subscriptions coupled.
Discussion: MediaPost and Media Buyer Planner
The Atlantic Wire:
Megan McCarthy: What I Read  —  How do other people deal with the torrent of information that pours down on us all?  Do they have some secret?  Perhaps.  We are asking various people who seem well-informed to describe their media diets.This is from an email exchange with Megan McCarthy …
Discussion: @megan and The Huffington Post
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Magazines' iPad Editions Struggle to Keep Your Attention, New Study Finds  —  CP&B Now Using the Research to Develop Tablet Ad Formats  —  Readers have more trouble focusing on magazines' iPad editions than publishers initially predicted, according to the latest study in a growing effort to figure out tablet computers.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and NetNewsCheck Latest
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Lessons of the Like Log: The big story and the nuances of shareability  —  The Internet may run on love; thanks to Facebook, though, it also runs on like.  Or, more specifically, on Like.  —  That's made clear in a collection of research, released last night, that traces the Facebook effect when it comes to online news.
Kat Stoeffel / New York Observer:
Drilling Down: Is ‘The Times’ Giving Proper Credit?  —  Who do you have to frack to get some credit around here?  —  That's what we're wondering after a recent New York Times series on the latest hot-button environmental issue—hydraulic fracturing, a.k.a. “fracking.”
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Craigslist's Newmark joins Center for Public Integrity board  —  Romenesko Misc.  —  Executive director William Buzenberg calls Craig Newmark “an iconic visionary who saw the community- empowerment potential of the Internet early on.”  The Craigslist founder, he says …
Amy Chozick / Wall Street Journal:
Television's Senior Moment  —  As Audiences Get Older, So Do the Characters— And Ads Cost More  —  In CBS's new cop show “Blue Bloods,” Tom Selleck, at the age of 66, plays a New York police commissioner.  Kathy Bates, at 62, snagged the lead role in NBC's legal series “Harry's Law.”
Richard J. Tofel / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Someday, the sun will set on SEO — and the business of news will be better for it  —  Editor's Note: Richard J. Tofel is general manager at ProPublica, a Wall Street Journal veteran, and author of a number of books, most recently Eight Weeks in Washington, 1861: Abraham Lincoln and the Hazards of Transition.
Discussion: iMediaConnection Blog
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
It's Time For NPR to Get Off the Government Payroll  —  NPR gets about 2% of its direct funding from the U.S. government, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  For NPR's member stations, CPB funding is about 10% of their total, with other federal, state, and local government sources kicking in another 6%.
 
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