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1:00 AM ET, March 22, 2011

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Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
That was quick: Four lines of code is all it takes for The New York Times' paywall to come tumbling down  —  The New York Times paywall is costing the newspaper $40-$50 million to design and construct, Bloomberg has reported.  —  And it can be defeated through four lines of Javascript.
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Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
NYTimes Paywall Limit To Extend Beyond Google To “All Major Search Engines”  —  more info (via: Wylio)When the details of the New York Times paywall/fence were announced on Thursday, Times PR representatives told press that it would be placing a five article a day limit on Google referrals, and only Google referrals.
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:   The NY Times: Un-Free At Last!
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Biggest Flaw in NYT Pay Plan: It's Backward-Looking
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Freed Times Journalists Give Account of Captivity  —  The Libyan government freed four New York Times journalists on Monday, six days after they were captured while covering the conflict between government and rebel forces in the eastern city of Ajdabiya.  They were released into the custody …
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Colby Hall / Mediaite:
Warning Shots?  Glenn Beck To Poach Fox News Bigwig, Suggesting Big Plans  —  It would be fair to say that the relationship between Fox News and Glenn Beck is being...tested.  A recent NY Times column that suggested that Fox News was considering life without its controversial star has led …
Nikki Usher / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“News media are targeted but audiences are not”: Herbert Gans on multiperspectival journalism  —  Herbert Gans, a professor emeritus in Sociology at Columbia University, wrote perhaps the seminal book about news organizations.  In Deciding What's News: A Study of CBS Evening News …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
If You Love Something, Set It Sort-Of Free: Condé Nast Mulling Reddit Spin-Off  —  Condé Nast, which bought Reddit five years ago, is considering spinning out the social news site.  —  The publisher would continue to own the site, but it's talking to investors about selling a stake.
Discussion: The Next Web
Ben Dowell / Guardian:
World Service to sign funding deal with US  —  Low six-figure investment will aim to help combat censorship of TV and internet services in countries including Iran and China  —  The BBC World Service is to receive a “significant” sum of money from the US government to help combat the blocking …
Brooks Barnes / Media Decoder:
A Glossy Take on Disney  —  LOS ANGELES — Ask executives at Disney Publishing to explain why they are trying to build a children's subscription magazine business in the United States, and the answer will involve marketplace analysis this and business model that.
Ethan Klapper / mediabistro.com:
Meet ‘Producer Matthew’ Keys: Aggregation Journalist  —  Uprising in Egypt.  Earthquake and tsunami in Japan.  Missile strikes in Libya.  —  Major news has broken in every corner of the world during the past few weeks.  In that time, Matthew Keys has proven himself to be a must follow for the latest from these hot spots.
Ben LaMothe / 10,000 Words:
Why Newspapers Need Community Managers  —  The term “community manager” has been around for a while.  However with the growth of social media in business, it's turned into more of a buzz term.  Do a search online for “Community Manager Job” and you'll get hundreds, if not thousands, of results.
Discussion: eBookNewser
Kunur Patel / AdAge:
Why Media Companies Will Feel the Pinch if AT&T and T-Mobile Seal the Deal  —  Over Time, Merged Telecom Will Lower Spending, but Ad Battle With Verizon, Sprint Could Be Boon for Marketplace  —  When the No. 3 U.S. ad spender, AT&T, makes a bid to acquire a marketer that spends $500 million-plus domestically …
Discussion: Media Money …
Robinsloan / Twitter Media:
The #TrumpRoast record  —  Last week, Comedy Central scored two records:  — First, it had the highest-rated Tuesday night in its history, driven by the Roast of Donald Trump.  — Second, the roast featured the single deepest integration of a Twitter hashtag on air—ever.
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
What's Killing NPR  —  It's not the conservative attacks.  It's the network's complete lack of a strategy to save itself.  In this week's Newsweek, Howard Kurtz describes how NPR reporters are pointing fingers at their own management.  —  Steve Inskeep, A veteran National Public Radio correspondent …
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Foreign journalists used as human shields outside Gadhafi compound?  —  As Western forces wage a unified attack on key targets of Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi, the international community remains concerned that the unhinged strongman may put civilians in harm's way as a defense mechanism.
Julie Bosman / Media Decoder:
Noted Self-Publisher May Be Close to a Book Deal  —  Amanda Hocking, the darling of the self-publishing world, has been shopping a four-book series to major publishers, attracting bids of well over $1 million for world English rights, two publishing executives said.
Discussion: Booksquare, TeleRead and GalleyCat
Ben Smith / @benpolitico:
Discussion: @ariannahuff
 
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