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3:50 AM ET, April 19, 2011

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Pulitzer:
2011 Pulitzer Prize Winners  —  Winning photographs and cartoons, and bios and photos of winners, are available by clicking the links below.  Links to winning stories are provided when available.  Journalism PUBLIC SERVICE - Los Angeles Times BREAKING NEWS REPORTING - No Award INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING …
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Al Tompkins / Poynter:
Few entries, no consensus, no Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting  —  The Pulitzer Prize jury that reviewed the Breaking News Reporting category recommended three finalists to the Pulitzer Board.  But for the first time ever, no entry won the category that recognizes local coverage of breaking news events.
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Big year for business journalism in Pulitzers  —  Four winners and five finalists of the Pulitzer Prizes announced Monday are forms of business journalism, from investigative pieces to commentary to editorial writing about business and economics news and issues.
Paul Steiger / ProPublica:
A Note on ProPublica's Second Pulitzer Prize  —  ProPublica reporters Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein have been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for their stories on how some Wall Street bankers, seeking to enrich themselves at the expense of their clients and sometimes even their own firms …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Another online milestone for the Pulitzer Prize
Kat Stoeffel / New York Observer:
BREAKING: No Breaking News Merits Pulitzer this Year
Discussion: @sdkstl
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
WSJ Editor Preempts Pulitzers: We Aready Won ‘the Greatest Prize’
John Koblin / @koblin:   Jake Bernstein & Jesse Eisinger's story that won National Reporting Pulitzer never appeared in print; 1st time ever says Paul Steiger
Alex Heard / Outside:
Greg Mortenson Speaks  —  The embattled director of the Central Asia Institute responds to allegations of financial mismanagement and that he fabricated stories in his bestselling book Three Cups of Tea.  Brace yourself for a new Central Asian conflict involving powerful American forces, and count on this one to last a while.
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CBS News:
Questions over Greg Mortenson's stories  —  He has written inspiring best sellers, including “Three Cups of Tea,” but are the stories all true?  —  Please note this story has been formatted transcript style.  —  Greg Mortenson is a former mountain climber, best-selling author, humanitarian, and philanthropist.
Simon Owens / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The layered look: How Google News is integrating the social web  —  While many have been closely following the news of new social network projects from Google — whether it's Google Wave, Google Buzz, or a rumored project reportedly called Google Me — the search giant has been rolling …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
David Kaplan / paidContent:
The ‘New’ Adweek: Bigger, Bolder And Reaching For Relevance  —  When the new issue of Adweek is laid out with the other trade magazines in the reception areas of advertising agencies, TV networks and media companies this week, even the most casual readers will certainly notice a number …
Discussion: Adweek
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The Wrap:
Where Will Television Be in 2020?  —  So where will television be in 2020?  Seems an appropriate question with the annual NAB Show winding down.  And also the subject of a panel I led last week in Vegas with execs from DreamWorks, Sony Electronics, Starz, Nielsen and Technicolor.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
MediaShift:
Dan Gillmor Excited by Experiments by Entrepreneurial Journalists  —  Business content on MediaShift is sponsored by the weekend MA in Public Communication at American University.  Designed for working professionals, the program is suited to career changers and public relations …
Simon / Bloggasm:
The New Yorker gains 16,000 new fans during Facebook experiment  —  A week ago, the New Yorker released a free Jonathan Franzen essay that would have normally resided behind its paywall.  The only catch?  You had to “like” its Facebook page and access the story through the social networking giant.
Gabriel Beltrone / Adweek:
Auletta's Gmail Hacked ‘Googled’ author's account fires off scam SOS to his contacts  —  Ken Auletta, author of best-selling book Googled and venerable media columnist for The New Yorker, fell victim to a common digital crime Monday morning: His Gmail account was hacked.
Tim Bradshaw / FT Tech Hub:
Thousands protest Spotify's new music limits  —  The backlash against Spotify's changes to its free service appears to be growing by the hour.  More than 5,300 comments have been left on the company's blogpost announcing that it would halve the 20-hour listening limit and impose a five-play cap on each individual song.
David Card / GigaOM:
Privacy Legislation's Potential Impact on Online Media  —  Last week, the bipartisan Kerry-McCain bill proposed legislation on a Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights that would put the Federal Trade Commission in charge of policing the online collection, sharing and use of personal information.
New York Post:
CBS News chief blasts ‘Early Show’ for failing to follow network's scoops  —  Newly minted CBS News President David Rhodes scolded the entire “Early Show” for their “bad Monday morning” and cc'd the network's brass in an e-mail obtained by Page Six 15 minutes after the show for failing to cover …
Discussion: TVNewser and Mediaite
Michael Mello / Orange County Register:
Watergate journalists come full circle  —  YORBA LINDA - More than 35 years ago, President Richard M. Nixon waved farewell to the nation from the steps of the Marine One helicopter, the same one now permanently parked outside the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Another One Bites The Dust: Yahoo To Kill Buzz On April 21  —  We knew this was coming, but Yahoo has announced that it will not longer support Yahoo Buzz, its a Digg-like product where users can rank stories from publishers.  —  According to a message on the Buzz website: Yahoo! Buzz will be discontinued as of April 21, 2011.
 
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