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5:35 PM ET, September 21, 2010

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Brent Lang / The Wrap:
TheGrill: People Spend More Than Half Their Day Consuming Media  —  What a difference two years make.  —  More has changed in media consumption over the last two years than in the 30 years that proceeded it, Bruce Friend, president of Ipsos OTX MediaCT said at the TheWrap's Grill Conference on Monday night.
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Lagardere Names a New CEO at Hachette, Publisher of Elle, Woman's Day  —  Outgoing Lemarchand Cut Costs, Sold Magazines  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Lagardere Active has named Steve Parr, former president of Primedia Enthusiast Media and Source Interlink Media, the new president-CEO …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Exclusive: Comcast Reshuffles Its Digital Deck Before NBC Comes Aboard  —  Comcast hasn't finished acquiring NBC Universal.  But it is already moving around some of its digital leadership ahead of the deal's close.  —  Sources familiar with the company say that current digital head Amy Banse …
Bill White / Morning Call:
Journalism gates being trampled  —  One of my colleagues sent me a link the other day to a story from Dan Gillmor of salon.com, asking the excellent question:  —  “Who is a journalist?  Does it matter?”  —  When a fire destroyed two buildings in south Bethlehem late last summer …
Molly Klinefelter / American Journalism Review:
Beltway Bound  —  Miami Herald political writer Beth Reinhard will soon bring her “outsider” perspective to National Journal's beefed-up online report.  —  Molly Klinefelter (mklinefelter@ajr.umd.edu) is an AJR editorial assistant.  —  It's hardly a secret that when it comes to politics, 2010 is the year of the “outsider.”
Discussion: Cision
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Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
Kiely leaves USA Today to join National Journal
Discussion: Gannett Blog
Marisa Guthrie / Broadcasting & Cable:
Why the TV Grid Still Matters  —  With competition at an all-time high, scheduling has never been more important  —  The DVR is going to end television as we know it, even as just a transitional technology until we move to a completely on-demand world.  The idea of network schedules …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
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Mrs. Bunz / Mercedes Bunz:
The rise of collaborative journalism - 5 points on how social media changed the news  —  About five years after it took the internet by storm, it is apparent that social media has changed how we do journalism.  At the Guardian, CNN and soon the NYTimes, a collaborative journalism of a whole new kind has emerged
Michael Starr / New York Post:
Burnett's OWN deal  —  Tweet  —  Mark Burnett has signed a deal to produce a daily talk show for OWN, Oprah Winfrey's upcoming cable network.  —  The show, targeted for daytime, will feature multiple hosts a la “The View,” sources say.  —  It will premiere in January in tandem with the launch of OWN …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
AOL, Patch Team Up With Slew Of Journalism Schools For PatchU Project  —  AOL and its subsidiary Patch this morning announced the launch of PatchU, a new network of partnerships between local Patch publications and journalism schools, colleges and universities to help prepare the next generation …
Discussion: USA Today, Romenesko and NYConvergence
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Muck Rack Daily Brings You Some-But Not All-of the News That's Fit to Tweet  —  Yet another news aggregator?  Yup.  And this one is even more meta than most: Muck Rack Daily is a news service dedicated to telling you what journalists are saying, via Twitter, about the news.
Discussion: Romenesko
Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
1 in 4 local firms plan newspaper ad cuts: poll  —  Nearly one in four local businesses plan to cut back on newspaper advertising this year, according to a poll being released today.  And there is no mystery about what they are doing with the money.  —  At the same time those businesses …
Discussion: The Wire and NetNewsCheck Latest
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Publishers Should Be Careful What They Wish For  —  Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News have confirmed earlier reports that Apple is working on a “digital newsstand” venture that would handle subscriptions for newspaper and magazine publishers through the iTunes store.
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yelvington.com:
Beware, journalists: Apple is not your friend
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
Code That Tracks Users' Browsing Prompts Lawsuits  —  Sandra Person Burns used to love browsing and shopping online.  Until she realized she was being tracked by software on her computer that she thought she had erased.  —  Ms. Person Burns, 67, a retired health care executive who lives in Jackson …
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
CBS taps Yahoo to promote fall premieres  —  Campaign to include Web, mobile, messenger assets  —  NEW YORK — To kick off fall TV premiere week, CBS has teamed with Yahoo to maximize online buzz for its new and returning shows in what is Yahoo's largest single initiative to-date …
Discussion: Media Buyer Planner
Hamid Tehrani / Global Voices Advocacy:
Iran: Jailed blogger, Hossein Derakhshan ("Hoder") may face death penalty  —  A reliable source has told Global Voices that Tehran's prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for jailed Iranian blogger Hossein Derakhshan (also known as “Hoder").  The presiding judge, named Salavati, has not yet ruled in the case.
Financial Times:
Twitter to step up ‘promoted tweet’ technology  —  Twitter is looking to generate more income from its paid advertising by testing targeting technology that will allow companies to show ‘promoted tweets’ to users based on the kind of people and brands they are following
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Marco Arment Leaves Tumblr To Devote Himself To Instapaper  —  Tumblr CTO and notable blogger Marco Arment announced today that he would be leaving his position at Tumblr to focus on more independent projects.  What many in the tech world are curious about is what this means for Instapaper …
Reporters Committee News:
Newspaper invokes Montana shield law to avoid subpoenas  —  The publisher and two editors of a Montana newspaper are relying on the state's shield law to quash subpoenas for their testimony in a change of venue hearing for a double homicide trial, said Pete Meloy, the newspaper's attorney.
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Ted Turner on the 'world's most pressing issue'  —  CNN founder also opines on the future of print media  —  NEW YORK — The threat of nuclear weapons, the history of CNN and the future of print media and their possible transition to digital — those were all topics that CNN founder Ted Turner tackled here Monday.
Discussion: Romenesko, The Wire and RTTNews
Dan Misener / CBC News:
Full Interview: Tim Carmody on Blooks  —  These days, it seems I can't visit a bookstore without running into stacks of blooks.  “What's a blook?” you ask? … There are many examples: PostSecret, Awkward Family Photos, $#*!  My Dad Says, Graph Out Loud, Cake Wreks: When Professional Cakes …
Ciaran Jones / Tomorrow's News, Tomorrow's Journalists:
The culture of free  —  When I was younger, I used to like going to the library.  The freedom to choose 10 books to take home, read, lose, find and rush back with on the expiry date was - and still remains - an exciting and pleasant prospect.  —  And so began my introduction into the culture of free.
Discussion: Guardian
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
The Bay Citizen's Jon Weber-Editor of Web 1.0-Talks About Journalism 2.0  —  It's been less than a year since the former top editor of the Industry Standard-the once high-flying (and then not so much) magazine of the Web 1.0 era-Jonathan Weber got back to the Bay Area from his stint away in Montana.
 
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Daniel Frankel / The Wrap:
TheGrill: Yahoo, MSN and the Birth of the ‘No-Risk’ Programming Model
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News Corp.'s Miller Mum On Hulu IPO
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Leila Sales / Publishers Weekly:
The Ol' Dead Dad Syndrome
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Jack Shafer / Slate:
The Journalist as Spy  —  In his five decades as a muckraking …
Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance:
How The Wall Street Journal Is Starting to Sound Like Fox News
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The blog-broadcast barrier and the reach-responsibility ratio …
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Joe Flint / Company Town:
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Nat Ives / AdAge:
Why Hearst Created an Advertising Director for ‘Tablet Media’
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Joseph Plambeck / New York Times:
A Journalist Whose Sport Is Controversy
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