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10:30 AM ET, June 6, 2012


 Top News: 
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
How things went bad at GOOD magazine, what's next for fired staff and the company they left  —  Max Schorr isn't interested in engaging in what he calls “he said/she said back and forth” with the former staffers of GOOD, the magazine he cofounded that laid off most of its editorial staff last Friday.
Ann Friedman:
About GOOD and on to TOMORROW  —  On March 8, 2011, the day after I accepted the job as executive editor of GOOD, I sent a 5:15 a.m. Gchat message to my core lady: “woke up at 5am in a sweat about how hard it's gonna be to actually run a magazine.”  —  While it certainly wasn't the easiest year …
Hello Tomorrow  —  “What is best in life?”  This is our colleague Cord Jefferson's refrain.  This brilliant little rhetorical question has a way of stopping everyone in the moment—usually a drunken moment, always a really great moment—to make sure we all recognize and remember it.
Alysia Santo / CJR:
GOOD Mag to be ‘a Reddit for social good’ (updated)  —  Ex-staffers at work on a new publication  —  GOOD magazine fired six of its nine-person editorial staff on Friday—and two others accepted buyouts—as part of a move from being a journalism-focused outlet to a community engagement platform.
Jim Romenesko:
Warren Buffett buys 3.2% stake in Lee Enterprises  —  Warren Buffett hoped Berkshire Hathaway could keep quiet about its investment in struggling Lee Enterprises, but the SEC wouldn't allow it.  On Tuesday, the billionaire investor disclosed that Berkshire purchased 1.66 million shares of Lee …
Jack Shafer:
The great newspaper liquidation
Discussion: The Daily Beast
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
Barbara Walters Apologizes for Helping Aide to Assad of Syria  —  In the months after her exclusive interview last year with President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, Barbara Walters tried to intercede to get a job for a former aide of his, who Ms. Walters acknowledged helped arrange the interview.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Wattpad raises $17 million to become the YouTube of writing  —  Wattpad, which describes itself as the world's largest online community of readers and writers, has raised a Series B funding round of $17.3 million from a group of venture funds led by Khosla Ventures and including Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang.
Howard Owens / CJR:
How David Simon is wrong about paywalls  —  Let me count the ways.  Ten, in fact.  —  David Simon is a talented writer and storyteller, but is he qualified to give advice to publishers about how to save their dying industry?  —  As qualified as anybody else, I suppose.
Salvador Rodriguez / Los Angeles Times:
Pandora is lobbying Congress to keep online radio royalties low  —  Pandora has reportedly spent more than $50,000 during the first quarter alone on two lobbying firms to keep royalties for online radio low.  —  Pandora has reportedly spent more than $50,000 this year lobbying Congress …
Discussion: Free Press and Hillicon Valley
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Shake Up Shack: New York Times Has New Police Bureau Chief  —  After more than a half a decade as police headquarters bureau chief for The New York Times, Al Baker has vacated the mouse-infested reporters' “shack” at One Police Plaza, making way for some rare new blood at the Times.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Jay Yarow / Business Insider:
A First Look At Rebel Mouse, The New Startup From Ex-HuffPo CTO Paul Berry  —  Former Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry is launching his new venture, Rebel Mouse this morning.  We've been playing with it for a few hours, and at first glance it appears to be an combination of the biggest social publishing platforms on the web.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
What happens when a newspaper is just another digital voice?  —  The fact that print is declining as a medium for journalism, and that newspapers are going to have to deal with that in a variety of ways, was brought home with a thud recently when Advance Publications and Postmedia announced …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘New Yorker’ digital editor Nicholas Thompson on the rapidly expanding  —  The New Yorker's website is starting to take shape under the direction of Nicholas Thompson.  —  “We are indeed expanding,” said Thompson, who made a rare move from the magazine's print side several months ago to a job as editor of
Discussion: Wired and GalleyCat
Erik Maza / WWD:
David Remnick Looks Into the Future
Dylan Byers / Politico:
The American Prospect doesn't need angels  —  GQ's Marin Cogan reports today on the fate of The American Prospect, which recently told readers that if it couldn't raise $200,000, it was going to die.  —  It's not a terribly pretty picture: “On a recent Monday afternoon …
Marin Cogan / GQ:
“I'm sort of fatalistic ... It's in rich peoples' hands now”: The Last Days of The American Prospect?
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John Biggs / TechCrunch:
E-Publishing May Be Doing Everything Right, But We Can't Ignore The Spectre Of Piracy
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Ben Sisario / Media Decoder:
Clear Channel and Taylor Swift's Label Agree to Reinvent Royalty System
Dylan Byers / Politico:
CNN taps The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Donald Trump is done with USA Today
Azi Paybarah / Capital New York:
Steve Kroft on Romney and Obama as TV guests, and the amazing challenge of filling job openings at ‘60 Minutes’
Discussion: New York Magazine
Jim Romenesko:
New York Times Magazine editor: I don't think print will vanish
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For The New York Times, India Ink is a step toward figuring out how to please a global audience
Discussion: India Ink and New York Times
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
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