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10:00 PM ET, September 21, 2011

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Ben Smith / The Politico:
Twitter to launch political advertising  —  Trying to capitalize its status as a hub of the national political conversation, the social networking giant Twitter is beginning for the first time this week to sell political advertising, executives told POLITICO.
Guardian:
Al-Jazeera chief's surprise resignation raises fears for channel's independence  —  Wadah Khanfar stood down after eight years that consolidated the satellite network's reputation and his own position  —  Seated behind a vast desk, surrounded by TV screens, deep leather sofas and a wall …
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Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
New York Times expects sharper decline in ad sales  —  * Weak categories include national auto and real estate  —  New York Times Co (NYT.N) warned its third quarter advertising revenue would drop by a larger-than-expected 8 percent, hurt by a pullback from real estate, help wanted and national automotive advertisers.
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David Kaplan / paidContent:   NYTimes.com Paywall: 12 Percent Of Subs Are International
John Koblin / WWD:
More, and Less, of Harper's Bazaar  —  MORE, AND LESS, OF HARPER'S BAZAAR: Now that Hearst has had its hand on Elle for four months, the publisher is ready to roll out some changes at one of its other fashion titles: Harper's Bazaar.  WWD has learned that, in the coming months …
Discussion: Media Week, Adweek, FishbowlNY and MediaPost
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Study: Commenters on CNN.com may call you an idiot; on msnbc.com they tell you why you're an idiot  —  Tim Libert, a Web developer for NYU's journalism department, conducted a detailed study of about 2,400 article comments posted on six news sites to learn how commenters view the hacking group LulzSec.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and timlibert.me
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Jad Abumrad, Radiolab's ‘genius’ storyteller, on what public radio needs now: ‘more joy, more chaos’  —  First thing's first: Jad Abumrad does not know how he will spend half a million dollars, but it's probably going right into his labor of love, the mind-bending radio show that earned …
Online Journalism Blog:
Hyperlocal research: “Can Big Media do ‘Big Society’?”  —  A research paper I've contributed to, with Jean-Christophe Pascal and Neil Thurman, on a regional publisher's experiment with hyperlocal publishing, has now been published on City University's website.  You can download the full PDF from here.
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Awl My Children: Spawn of Gawker Inspires and Advises Editorial Ideologues  —  During his first company-wide meeting two weeks ago, Nick Denton declared that Gawker Media is a technology company, not an editorial one, according to a report published on The Awl.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
BBC Overhauling Its Website For ‘Swipability’  —  Expect to see more of this.  The BBC is redesigning its website to take account of how users are now “swiping” using touchscreen devices.  —  The programme began under new future media director Ralph Rivera's regime on Wednesday …
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
TV Everywhere is coming to Google TV  —  Get ready to look up your cable subscription credentials when Google TV launches a new version later this year: Turner will be launching new apps for TBS and TNT that will offer access to full-length episodes of TBS and TNT shows …
Discussion: Electronista, The Next Web and PSFK
Jason Del Rey / AdAge:
CBS Interactive's Lanzone: We Still Don't Need Hulu in the U.S.  —  CBS.com Got 1.8 Million Unique Viewers Yesterday Amid ‘Men’ Return  —  CBS has broken its standoff with Hulu by providing some shows to the video site's service in Japan.  But don't expect that to mean a thaw with Hulu in the U.S. …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
The Atlantic Hooks Politico's Ball  —  Politico's Molly Ball is headed to The Atlantic, where she will be a staff writer covering national politics for TheAtlantic.com.  Before Politico she was a reporter for the Las Vegas-Review Journal and Las Vegas Sun.  She attended Yale.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Everyone wants to be a news filter now  —  As the avalanche of information coming through social networks and real-time tools like Twitter continues to grow, the need for filters to make sense of that tsunami of data also increases, and it seems as though everyone has a different way of trying to solve that problem.
Discussion: Poynter, Guardian and Digg Blog, Thanks:anttihirvonen
The Huffington Post:
Big Changes At The Onion  —  NEW YORK — The editorial team of The Onion, the beloved satirical newspaper that has called New York City its home for the last 10 years, may be moving to Chicago.  —  According to staffers who spoke to The Huffington Post, a business-side decision has been made to move …
The New York Observer:
How Dave Mays and Benzino Got Back in the Game with Hip Hop Weekly  —  In late 1997, The Source magazine celebrated the release of its 100th issue with an enormous bash at the Hammerstein Ballroom.  Hip hop's era of excess was at its blinged-out height.  Everybody was getting money and flaunting it.
Discussion: The Awl
Simon Dumenco / AdAge:
7 Things You Need to Know About ‘Social TV’ Right Now  —  The State of the Art — and Science — of Monitoring Social-Media Chatter About TV … 1. TV owns social  —  For more than two years now, AdAge.com has had an editorial partnership with Trendrr, the social-media-monitoring company.
Discussion: MediaPost
 
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Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
WaPo Takes Reporters to School of Hard Links
Ryan Tate / Gawker:
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Discussion: TheAustralian and Media Diary
New York Post:
Talent drain saps health-conscious Rodale
Greg Marx / CJR:
Passing Interference  —  As politicians find new ways to connect …
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Ben Fenton / Financial Times:
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James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
On the Media: It's time for America to talk class
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10 ways journalists can use Twitter before, during and after reporting a story
Wall Street Journal:
TV Lures Ads but Viewers Drop Out
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