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9:35 PM ET, June 24, 2012

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Dylan Byers / Politico:
Anthony Shadid said to have blamed death on New York Times  —  Anthony Shadid, the Pulitzer prize-winning New York Times reporter who died in Syria this year, had heated arguments with his editors just prior to his final trip into the country, a cousin of Shadid's says, and told his wife …
Discussion: New York Magazine
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
NYT: We did not pressure Anthony Shadid  —  The New York Times says it did not pressure Anthony Shadid into Syria, rebutting claims by the late reporter's cousin that Shadid had said the Times would be responsible for his death.  —  “Anthony's death was a tragedy, and we appreciate …
Erika Schnitzer / Digiday:
Why the NYT Linked Up with BuzzFeed  —  In a media world gone social, it's no surprise that a publication with such a venerable history as The New York Times would partner up with a new-style publisher like BuzzFeed.  The two publications said earlier this week that they'll collaborate …
Alex Williams / New York Times:
Chris Hayes Has Arrived With ‘Up’  —  AROUND 11 p.m. on a Friday this past spring, Ted Leo, a singer and songwriter considered something of a legend in New York punk and indie-rock, opened a raucous late set at the Black Cat club in Washington with a curious greeting to his followers.
Matthew Green / Telegraph:
Fleet Street: the surprising origins of Britain's newspaper industry  —  As the Leveson Inquiry continues, Dr Matthew Green looks at the unexpected origins of Fleet Street and Britain's first newspapers.  —  An issue of the Fleet Street newspaper The Monitor, publishined in the 1700s.
Jim Romenesko:
Tipster: 'I didn't have a fiendish plan to bust Jonah Lehrer'  —  My tipster's message read: “This piece by Jonah Lehrer, the noted science reporter, ran in The New Yorker on 6-12.  It's longer than the excerpt I've included, but take note of the top.  It's almost note for note from an earlier column Lehrer wrote in the WSJ.”
Discussion: The Buttry Diary
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   How Edward Champion catalogued Jonah Lehrer's sins
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Newsonomics of the shiny, new wrapper  —  It's a new mix-and-match world of digital products, fast evolving.  Headlined last week by the launch of AOL's Huffington magazine, we can see how rapidly our notion of potential digital reading products is changing, and, in fact, who may pay for what.
Rem Rieder / American Journalism Review:
Take This Job and Shove It  —  Good for Barrett Tryon.  He told his bosses at the Gazette in Colorado Springs to take this job and shove it.  Tryon is the reporter who got in trouble for posting news about the recent sale of Freedom Newspapers, owner of the Gazette, on his personal Facebook account.
Basil Katz / Reuters:
U.S. judge sets 2013 trial date for Apple e-book lawsuit  —  (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday set a 2013 trial date for a lawsuit from the U.S. government accusing Apple and book publishers of conspiring to fix the prices of electronic books.  —  Following a hearing in Manhattan federal court …
Carmen Paun / MediaShift:
Starting a Daily Paper Uniting a Struggling Europe: Crazy or Genuis?  —  Imagine a Tuesday morning in Rome.  A woman dressed in business attire drinks her espresso while browsing the European Daily in a noisy cafeteria.  At the same time, imagine in Stockholm, an Erasmus student from Bulgaria …
CJR:
Building a multi-platform media for—and by—the public  —  Commercial broadcasters make for bad trustees.  Let's go around them  —  At first glance, the new rule approved last month by the Federal Communications Commission requiring local television broadcasters to make public their records …
Associated Press:
Vatican Gets Fox Media Adviser  —  VATICAN CITY — The Vatican has brought in the Fox News correspondent in Rome to help improve its communications strategy as it tries to cope with years of communications blunders and one of its most serious scandals in decades, The Associated Press learned Saturday.
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
From social-media soap operas to magic orbs: 22 future-of-news hacks you've never seen before  —  Imagine a news article presented in the form of Choose Your Own Adventure.  Or a virtual soap opera powered by the life events of your Facebook news feed.  Or a widget that lets you edit the home page of any major news site.
 
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