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9:55 AM ET, March 18, 2010

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Nick Bilton / New York Times:
Google and Partners Seek a Television Foothold  —  Google and Intel have teamed with Sony to develop a platform called Google TV to bring the Web into the living room through a new generation of televisions and set-top boxes.  —  The move is an effort by Google and Intel to extend their dominance …
Stephanie Strom / New York Times:
Pentagon Sees a Threat From Online Muckrakers  —  To the list of the enemies threatening the security of the United States, the Pentagon has added WikiLeaks.org, a tiny online source of information and documents that governments and corporations around the world would prefer to keep secret.
Discussion: The Business Insider and Gawker
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
AOL Sets Up $10 Million Venture Fund To Back Local Startups  —  AOL (NYSE: AOL)—which is doubling down on its own local efforts—is now setting up a $10 million venture capital fund to invest in the local space.  The company cites the “increasing number of startups” in the market as driving …
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Julia Boorstin / CNBC:
AOL Goes Local at South By Southwest
Discussion: paidContent
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Ailes to the DC Staff: No More Shooting Inside the Tent  —  Fox News founder and chairman Roger Ailes dropped in to the Washington Bureau this afternoon for an impromptu talk to the troops ahead of tonight's RTCA dinner.  —  Sources inside the packed newsroom tell TVNewser Ailes started …
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
ABC and Amanpour Close to Deal for ‘This Week’  —  ABC News is close to concluding a deal to install the longtime CNN foreign correspondent Christiane Amanpour as the new host of its Sunday political discussion show “This Week.”  —  The network's interest in Ms. Amanpour …
New York Times:
Amazon May Impede Access to Some Publishers' Books  —  Amazon.com has threatened to stop directly selling the books of some publishers online unless they agree to a detailed list of concessions regarding the sale of electronic books, according to two industry executives with direct knowledge the discussions.
Discussion: Fast Company, Gizmodo and TechFlash
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
CHART OF THE DAY: There's A Reason They Call It ‘Old Media’  —  Media industry ad revenue declined 12% year-over-year to $125.3 billion in 2009, according to a report issued by Kantar Media, the WPP-owned research firm formerly known as TNS.  —  The only major growth area: Online ad spending.
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David Kaplan / paidContent:
Hyperlocal Newswire Fwix To Provide Content To NYTCo Properties  —  The NYTCo's local content efforts are getting a quick boost from hyperlocal newswire Fwix.  In a sense, the deal with Fwix can buttress the NYTimes.com's New York metro area blogs program, The Local, which it began last year.
Felix Salmon:
Advertising on the iPad  —  There was another panel today on the iPad and the future of magazines, this one featuring my friends Rachel Sklar and Jacob Lewis.  Jacob was pretty downbeat about the ability of the iPad to rescue the economics of the magazine industry, for two reasons; one, I think, is much better than the other.
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Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:   An ‘unanswerable’ question: Can the iPad save magazines?
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Reuters Begins Selling New Customized Financial Data, Graphics Service To Newspapers  —  As major newspaper publishers have seen profits return and ad declines slow a bit, Reuters (NYSE: TRI) is hoping that the time is right to sell a new product designed to enhance understaffed business sections.
Discussion: The Wire
Umair Haque:
Twitter, SXSW, and Building a 21st Century Business  —  So, how was your week?  Mine's been interesting.  In case you haven't heard, I interviewed Twitter CEO Evan Williams at the keynote at this year's South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Conference on Monday in Austin, Texas.
Jay Rosen / PressThink:
How the Backchannel Has Changed the Game for Conference Panelists  —  The bar's been raised.  Use of the backchannel—years ago it was IRC, today it's Twitter—lets the audience compare notes and pool their dissatisfaction if the program misfires.  Here's what we did to avoid that at SXSW.
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Behind the scenes of the Capital Business launch  —  TALKING BIZ NEWS EXCLUSIVE  —  The Washington Post announced Monday that it would launch Capital Business, a weekly business newspaper, next month.  The paper will initially be delivered on Mondays within the Post.  —  Dan Beyers was named editor of Capital Business.
Lisa de Moraes / Washington Post:
Reality show contestants willing to kill in French experiment  —  American reality TV has left a trail of corpses, but we can still say this: No one appears to have been executed on any of the U.S. shows.  —  That's apparently not the case in France, where, according to a new French documentary series …
Ben Parr / Mashable!:
YouTube Is Huge: 24 Hours of Video Now Uploaded Every Minute  —  YouTube has just announced that it has surpassed yet another milestone, and this one's a doozy: 24 hours of video is now uploaded to the social video site every sixty seconds.  Every second you are browsing YouTube, a full 24 minutes of video is uploaded to the site.
Nadia Majid / VentureBeat:
Hitwise: People get their news from Facebook and Google — not Twitter  —  The value of Twitter when it comes to breaking news and eyewitness reports has been discussed as length (evidenced by CNN's race to get the most followers, and the buzz surrounding the site's role in the Iran protests last year) …
Eli Sanders / The Stranger:
The Great West Coast Newspaper War  —  San Francisco in 2010 is a strange place for an old-school newspaper war.  This is the city where the dot-com industry started, where Yelp is the way to make dinner plans, where Digg is headquartered, where Apple just unveiled its new tablet computer …
Discussion: Romenesko
Juliana Rotich / MediaShift Idea Lab:
Crowdsourcing Crime Information In Kenya  —  Hatari.co.ke is is a website that allows anyone in Nairobi, Kenya, to submit reports about crime and corruption in the city.  ("Hatari" means “danger” in Swahili.)  It will provide the growing city and its inhabitants with a repository …
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Want to Read Good Journalism?  Try NewsTrust's New Personalized Filtering Tool  —  Fair, thorough, enterprising and in context - that's what we're looking for in the journalism we read, isn't it?  At a time when shallow ranting takes up so much space in public discourse …
Discussion: NewsTrust.net
Guardian:
‘Citizen journalists’ shine a light on their own communities  —  A research project is giving people the digital skills to take control of local press coverage  —  High-definition cameras and web-enabled mobile handsets wielded by ordinary people have become crucial elements of news coverage …
 
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