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11:35 AM ET, February 25, 2013


 Top News: 
David Boardman / The Seattle Times:
Digital subscriptions needed to support quality journalism  —  In mid-March, The Seattle Times will launch a new digital-subscription plan for users of  Print subscribers will continue to have unrestricted access.  —  It is a truism of American life that you get what you pay for.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   Seattle Times will install paywall next month
Leslie Kaufman / New York Times:
Barnes & Noble Weighs Its E-Reader Investment  —  Even for a company with a lot of bad news lately, the bulletin from Barnes & Noble this month had an ominous feel.  —  Barnes & Noble, the nation's largest book chain, warned that when it reports fiscal 2013 third-quarter results on Thursday …
Wall Street Journal:
Barnes's Chairman Mulls Store Buyout  —  Barnes & Noble Inc.'s chairman and biggest shareholder, Leonard Riggio, has expressed interest in buying out the retailer's consumer-bookstore chain, raising the prospect that the company could be split in two.  —  Mr. Riggio, 71 years old …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
We Are All Huffington Post Now  —  Two years ago, the Huffington Post published a story called “What Time Does the Super Bowl Start?” which generated lots of clicks from regular Web-surfers, and eye-rolling from people like me.  —  The post was both effective — it showed up high on Google searches …
Alan D. Mutter / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Why traditional publishers won't buy Globe  —  When the New York Times Co. bought the Boston Globe for $1.1 billion in 1993, many of the nation's newspaper publishing companies happily would have paid the same price for the same opportunity.  —  With the Globe now on track to be sold for a tenth …
Discussion: Poynter and bizjournals
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen / The Huffington Post:   The New York Times Is Leaving the U.S Newspaper Industry Behind
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:   Split in two: How The Boston Globe, up for sale, is navigating its free/paid strategy
Tim Molloy / The Wrap:
Jeff Zeleny Exits New York Times for ABC News  —  New York Times political reporter Jeff Zeleny is leaving the newspaper for ABC News.  —  ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced the hire Monday morning in a note to staff.  He said that last week, Times' executive editor Jill Abramson praised Zeleny as …
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Robert Gibbs Told Not To Acknowledge Drone Program Exists As White House Press Secretary  —  Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy  —  Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday that he was told not to “acknowledge” or “discuss” …
Discussion: Politico and The Verge
Jennifer Martinez / Hillicon Valley:
White House orders agencies to open access to research
Discussion: Hit & Run, Policy Blog and Boing Boing
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Aereo expands TV on-the-go service to 3 more states, launches first big ad campaign  —  Aereo, a service that lets users watch live TV on their iPhones, tablets and computers, has expanded from New York City to 29 counties across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
Seth Godin / Seth's Blog:
Real-time news is neither  —  The closer you get to the event itself, the more it costs to find out what's going on.  A week or a month or a year after the fact, the truth (or as close as we can get) is nearly free.  Finding out that same truth mere seconds after it happens is costly indeed.
Discussion: @stkonrath, @tesener and @adamwestbrook
Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Michael Goldfarb Gleeful Provocateur at Intersection of Many Worlds  —  At 11:42 a.m. on Feb. 14, a conservative online magazine called The Washington Free Beacon posted a dispatch about a speech Chuck Hagel gave in 2007 in which it said he called the State Department “an adjunct to the Israeli foreign minister's office.”
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC condemns China's ‘deliberate’ jamming of World Service broadcasts  —  Statement by global news head Peter Horrocks cites ‘deliberate and co-ordinated’ blocking of shortwave frequencies in region  —  The BBC has “strongly condemned” the “deliberate and co-ordinated” jamming of the BBC World Service by authorities in China.
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Pearson says FT is not for sale as digital subscriptions overtake print  —  Media and education group to spend £150m on restructuring, including preparing Penguin for merger with Random House  —  Financial Times owner Pearson has declared the paper is not for sale …
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