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1:16 PM ET, May 13, 2011

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Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Hulu, Networks Close To New Deal  —  Hulu and its network TV owners are close to a new deal that will keep programs from NBC, Fox and ABC on the Web video site.  —  An agreement to extend the content licenses that owners News Corp., Disney and NBCUniversal signed two years ago …
thebrowser.com:
Richard Tofel on the Changing Business of Journalism  —  General manager of the non-profit newsroom ProPublica and former assistant publisher of the Wall Street Journal tells us his predictions for the future of news Am I right to think, from the books you've chosen, that newspapers …
Discussion: ProPublica
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Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:   Chicago Tribune testing premium daily edition
Adweek:
First Mover: Jane Pratt  —  Adweek: So, are you still sassy?  —  Jane Pratt: I don't think that ever really goes away.  Though my grandma, who is 104, keeps hoping I will get past it.  —  AW: How would you describe your new website, xoJane.com?  —  JP: It's very, very personal.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Associated Press:
White House: No more re-enactments of the president's speeches for news photographers  —  NEW YORK — The White House said it is ending its long-running practice of having presidents re-enact televised speeches for news photographers following major addresses to the country …
Dan Lyons / The Daily Beast:
The PR Hacks Behind Facebook's Google Smear  —  THE DAILY BEAST ON:  —  The two PR hacks who ran Facebook's covert anti-Google smear campaign were new to the company, and will not be fired.  Dan Lyons on how their clumsy work exposed them, and Facebook's smug strategy for escaping the controversy.
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Beth Krietsch / PRWeek US:
Burson-Marsteller and Facebook part ways
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Good News for Magazines: Popular Science iPad Subscribers Are 95% New Readers  —  What Conde Nast and Hearst Can Expect as They Start Selling iPad Subscriptions  —  What will Conde Nast, and Hearst soon after it, find as people start buying subscriptions to their magazines' iPad editions in Apple's App Store?
Amy Wicks / WWD Media Headlines:
Arianna Huffington v. The Times... L'Oréal's Digital Play...  ARIANNA V. THE TIMES: Arianna Huffington tossed another grenade in the direction of The New York Times on Wednesday afternoon, during her luncheon address at a Gilt Groupe conference.  “The New York Times pay wall isn't working,” she claimed.
Charles Arthur / Guardian:
Twitter and Facebook publication banned for first time in injunction  —  High court judge issues order that specifically mentions social media as well as digital, TV, radio and print  —  A high court judge has issued an injunction which for the first time explicitly bans publication of information on Twitter and Facebook.
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Joe Biden Scouted Multiple Reporters to Be His New Communications Director  —  Joe Biden has a thing for reporters.  Back in December 2008, the vice-president hired former Time Washington bureau chief Jay Carney to be his communications director.  When Carney was promoted earlier this year …
Discussion: National Review
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Lime Wire to pay record labels $105 million, ends suit  —  (Reuters) - The operators of LimeWire agreed to pay record companies $105 million, ending a federal trial over damages after the once-popular file-sharing service had been found liable for copyright infringement.
Andrea Pitzer / Nieman Storyboard:
What's in a name?  Washingtonian renames and resurrects a story  —  This week's Notable Narrative,"What If Osama Bin Laden Had Been Captured?," recounts the interrogation of Saddam Hussein, taking readers through recent history to a more speculative present.
Rachel Aydt / Publishing Perspectives:
Tweets, Blogs and Books: How Online Writers and Publishers Still Rely on Each Other for a Payday  —  Tweeters and bloggers are teaching publishers new tricks, and each continues to profit from collaboration with the other.  —  Blogger.  Vlogger.  Tweeter.  Author.  Journalist.
David L. Ulin / Los Angeles Times:
Literary journalism finds new platforms  —  Byliner, the Atavist and Virginia Quarterly Review take the form into the future.  —  William T. Vollmann undergoes radiation screening in Japan.  —  Los Angeles Times Book Critic  —  When National Book Award-winning novelist William T. Vollmann went …
Scott Rosenberg / Scott Rosenberg's Wordyard:
Salon's TableTalk shutdown: What we can learn from the story of a pioneering online community  —  Salon.com Wednesday announced plans to close Table Talk, the online discussion space and community that has operated continuously since Salon's launch on Nov. 20, 1995.
Discussion: Salon Table Talk
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
TED's Gone Global: Videos Now in 88 Languages via Open Translation Project  —  It's been two years since TED Talks enlisted fans around the globe to translate its videos into many languages through its Open Translation Project powered by dotSub, a crowd-sourced translation platform.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
News Editors Still Don't Want Journalists to Be Human  —  The American Society of News Editors has come out with an overview of social-media policies at news organizations across the U.S. — including Bloomberg, which we wrote about recently as an example of a company that still …
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(Re)Structuring Journalism:
Good 'Nuff  —  I was talking to a veteran photographer at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong not long ago; we were discussing how once well-paid photo gigs (and contracts) were falling by the wayside.  More precisely, he was lamenting the days and talking about the unappreciated …
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Jim Lehrer On Leaving ‘PBS NewsHour’: ‘I may not be here physically, but I will always be here’  —  Earlier today Jim Lehrer announced his retirement from the anchor chair at “PBS NewsHour.”  Lehrer has been a journalist for 52 years, 36 of them for the “NewsHour” and its earlier incarnations …
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American Journalism Review:
The Courage to be Serious  —  As Jim Lehrer steps down …
Discussion: Washington Post
 
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