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6:50 AM ET, May 11, 2011

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Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism:
The Story So Far: What We Know About the Business of Digital Journalism  —  A new report by Bill Grueskin, Ava Seave and Lucas Graves  —  A recording of this event will be posted soon.  —  Can digital journalism be profitable?  What's making money, what isn't, and why?
Discussion: Poynter
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Emily Bell / Guardian:
Why integration can be a barrier to innovation in the digital world  —  Although some integrated news rooms and sales forces are effective, progress is often quicker where digital is kept apart  —  “Here's the problem,” says Randall Rothenberg, head of the US Interactive Advertising Bureau.
Discussion: paidContent and CJR
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
For Journalists, a Call to Rethink Their Online Models  —  COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY has surveyed the state of digital journalism, and it has concluded that journalists must rethink their relationships — and their audiences' relationships — with advertisers.  —  That does not mean yielding editorial control …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Future of Media: Lots of Questions, But No Easy Answers  —  The Columbia School of Journalism released a massive report on Tuesday that looks at the current landscape of digital media — the small and the large, the mainstream and the alternative — and finds what will come as no surprise …
Discussion: CJR
Felix Salmon:
The business of digital journalism
Discussion: The Daily Dish, CJR, CJR and Editors Weblog
Michael S. Rosenwald / Washington Post:
The news behind bars  —  Calvert Porter sits down behind the anchor desk and straightens his collar.  His co-anchor, Keith Williams, studies his script.  “Do you want a sound check?”  Porter asks.  14 Comments Weigh InCorrections?  Live Q&A, noon Yates: Broadcasting behind bars Ask Now “No, you're all right,” the cameraman says.
Discussion: Poynter
USA Today:
Google deflects PR firm's attack of Gmail privacy  —  It's not as if Google lacks privacy controversies to quell.  —  Yet Burson-Marsteller, a top-five public relations firm, is attempting to pile more on.  —  Burson last week stepped up a whisper campaign to get top-tier media outlets …
Discussion: PRNewser
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Joe Mullin / paidContent:
PR Firm's Attempt To Plant Anti-Google Privacy Story Backfires
Discussion: SAI
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Pulitzer winner Stewart to join NYT biz desk  —  TALKING BIZ NEWS EXCLUSIVE  —  James Stewart, the Pulitzer Prize-winning business journalist, is joining the New York Times business desk to write a column in the Saturday business section, a source confirmed to Talking Biz News.
Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:
5 big problems with ‘Navigating News Online’ study  —  You might find some valid research in the Navigating News Online study published Monday by the Project for Excellence in Journalism, a project of the Pew Foundation.  —  But the study needed lots of context that an organization committed to excellence in journalism should provide.
Helen Pidd / Guardian:
Celebrity scoop faker stars in biopic  —  Tom Kummer outdid his rivals with fabricated exclusives - now documentary tells how he fooled German media  —  The Hollywood press pack just couldn't understand it.  How was a Swiss young buck persuading the world's biggest stars to lay bare …
Discussion: Jezebel
David Kaplan / paidContent:
About Group CEO Irvine Out; NYTCo's Nisenholtz Will Run Unit  —  After three years in the position—and three straight quarters of decline, Cella Irvine is no longer CEO of the New York Times (NYSE: NYT) Co.'s About Group.  She is being replaced by Martin Nisenholtz, the company's SVP of digital operations.
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Roku Owners are “Cutting the Cord” in Substantial Numbers  —  Some 15-20 percent of Roku owners are cancelling their cable or satellite services agreement and are relying solely on a broadband connection to get their television programming, said company VP Jim Funk in this exclusive interview with Beet.TV.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
‘Conflict Zone’ photo exhibit shows war through the lenses of conflict photographers  —  The deaths of Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington in Libya and the maiming of Joao Silva in Afghanistan have cast a light on the dangerous work of conflict photographers.
 
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