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5:40 PM ET, October 28, 2011

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The Official Google TV Blog:
An Update on Google TV  —  In the 1970s, there were just a few networks on TV.  Cable changed things by adding hundreds of new channels like HBO, ESPN, and MTV.  The Internet marks a new chapter for television.  This chapter is not about replacing broadcast or cable TV; it's not about replicating what's on TV to the Web.
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Claire Cain Miller / Bits:
Google Tries Again With Google TV  —  Google TV arrived last fall to lukewarm reviews.  Its remote control was big and complicated, its software was clunky and confusing, and it didn't live up to the promise of Internet-connected TV's — that they would allow us to cut the cable cord and watch whatever we wanted whenever we wanted.
Gene Weingarten / Washington Post:
Modern journalism meets LOLcats  —  As you know, I sometimes worry aloud about my profession.  Beset by financial pressures in a bewildering new digital world and waging a fevered, desperate battle to keep readers and attract new ones, journalism seems to be cheapening itself.
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Alexandra Petri / Washington Post:
Gene Weingarten is wrong about bacon-cats and journalism
Discussion: Poynter
Ben Huh / Washington Post:   Cheezburger's Ben Huh: Weingarten is confusing journalism with the business of newspapers
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Lefty journalism professor tries to discredit the Tea Party by passing along sensational footage to his buddies at the Times!!!  —  Yesterday I was the target of a “sting” operation by right wing trickster James O'Keefe.  I will tell you what happened.  —  But first, here is the product of that sting …
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Caitlin E. Curran / Gawker:
How Occupy Wall Street Cost Me My Job  —  Joining the Occupy Wall Street protests has its dangers.  You could get pepper-sprayed or end up in handcuffs.  Or, as Brooklyn-based journalist Caitlin Curran explains, your boss could see a photo of you holding up a sign at a protest and fire you the next day.
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Spooking Flipboard: Yahoo's Livestand and Google's Propeller Set to Launch Next Week  —  Memo to Flipboard, as well as Pulse, CNN's Zite and AOL's Editions: You might want to make some room in the already-crowded news and social reader space, because you're about to get some bigfoot company.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
CBS, Warner Bros. Sell “Gossip Girl” Again — This Time to Hulu  —  CBS and Time Warner's Warner Bros., who just did a large re-run deal with Netflix for their CW network shows, have sold the same programming again.  This time the buyer is Hulu, who is paying for the rights to show the stuff soon …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Ad Sales Are Either Okay, Growing Slower, or Soft.  Pick Your Answer!  —  Given that the world's economy seems to keep teetering on the precipice, it's no surprise that ad spending might pull back a bit.  And we've seen predictions to that effect for some time.
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Cyborg no more!  The BBC moves to human-edited Twitter feeds  —  Move over, auto-tweets: This week, the BBC has switched its @BBCNews Twitter feed to all-human curation.  (One small step for a news feed; one giant leap for newsfeedkind.)  —  It's a lot like the experiment The New York Times tried …
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Cablevision: More Video Subscriber Losses, But Rate Appears To Be Slowing  —  There seems to be no escaping the cable industry's continuing decline in basic video subscribers, and Cablevision (NYSE: CVC) was no exception in Q3, though the rate of those losses appeared to be slowing.
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Clear Channel Cuts D.J.'s Across the Country  —  Clear Channel Communications, the largest radio station operator in the United States, dismissed dozens of local D.J.'s this week, affecting small stations from Syracuse to Spokane, Wash., and raising fresh concerns about the homogenization of radio programming.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
News developers worried about new cost to use Google Maps  —  If the developers in your newsroom seem unusually stressed this week, it's probably because Google will start charging for use of the Google Maps API after Jan. 1.  “An era has ended for the first API that really made mashups mainstream …
Dylan Byers / Adweek:
‘Guardian’ Correspondent Levels Plagiarism Charge at Reuters Two Moscow journalists report very similar stories By Dylan Byers  —  “Wow.  Thanks to @Reuters for at least changing a few of the words from my story,” Miriam Elder, The Guardian's Moscow correspondent, tweeted Thursday …
Discussion: @dylanbyers, Reuters and Poynter
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Cox Media combining jobs at AJC, other papers  —  Cox Media Group, which operates The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, will restructure operations throughout its newspaper division, the company announced Thursday.  —  The company will consolidate different newsroom and business functions …
Guardian:
EMI to be sold to Russian billionaire after deal with Universal collapses  —  Len Blavatnik poised to pay $1.5bn for the last major British record label, home to the Beatles and Coldplay  —  EMI, the record label that signed the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Coldplay, is likely to be broken …
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
Obama 2012 campaign heads to Tumblr  —  When Barack Obama was elected president of the United States in 2008, his use of social media was among one of the many contributors to his win.  —  Twitter, Facebook, blogging — Obama's campaign team had all that covered to help him build a ground swell …
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Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
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Steve Green / Las Vegas Sun:
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Carolyn Kellogg / Jacket Copy:
Agent Ira Silverberg said to be new NEA literature director
Discussion: The New York Observer
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
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Mac Engel / The Big Mac Blog:
ESPN shouldn't bother with Poynter, an ombudsman & quit faking journalism
Lawrence Pintak / CJR:
POWs, Dead Dictators, and Journalistic Ethics
Dorian Benkoil / MediaShift:
E-Book Publishers Must Provide Flexible Access to Avoid ‘Media Hell’
Joe Flint / Company Town:
DirecTV takes fight with News Corp. to the FCC
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Telemundo Seeks Spanglish Speakers, Aiming for New Viewers
Tom Krazit / paidContent:
Wikimedia Doubles Down On Mobile With Wikipedia Zero, Carrier Appeals
Discussion: MediaNama