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6:05 AM ET, April 10, 2012

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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Limbaugh to Leave AM Station in Philadelphia  —  “The Rush Limbaugh Show” is leaving the dominant conservative talk radio station in Philadelphia, one of the biggest radio markets in the country.  —  In its place on the station, WPHT, will go “The Michael Smerconish Show,” hosted by Mr. Smerconish, a native of the city.
Steve Fishman / New York Magazine:
63 Minutes With Alan Rusbridger  —  The Guardian is a very different kind of beast from other papers," Alan Rusbridger tells me, strolling through the British newspaper's new American office, a bright-white Soho loft with rows of bright-white tabletops—almost a fantasy of European cool. "
Alexander Zaitchik / Salon:
Amazon's $1 million secret  —  By quietly supporting small presses and literary nonprofits, is Amazon backing book culture or buying off critics?  —  The Brooklyn Book Festival's website debuts a new feature this year called OnePage.  Every week from March through September …
Discussion: TeleRead and bookforum.com
Craig Silverman / Poynter:
Accused of plagiarism, Fast Company blogger says he meant to steal from someone else  —  A cop walks around a corner and catches a man smoking a joint.  —  “Really sorry, officer,” he says, stubbing it out, “but I swear I was just smoking it for a friend.”  —  No, that doesn't make a lot of sense, and it doesn't mitigate the crime.
Discussion: Gawker
Matt Stempeck / MIT Center for Civic Media:
Jay Rosen's Three-Layer Journalism Cake  —  @jayrosen_nyu and @ethanz discussed the past, present, and future of journalism at this evening's MIT Communications Forum.  He actually used the word “tripartite,” but I thought cake would be better for SEO.  This is as close to a faithful transcript as my fingers would allow.
John Morton / American Journalism Review:
A Newspaper Buying Spree  —  Despite their declining value and much-publicized woes, papers are attracting interest.  Thurs., April 5, 2012.  —  John Morton (mortoninc@msn.com), a former newspaper reporter, is president of a consulting firm that analyzes newspapers and other media properties.
Discussion: New York Times
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Publishing is no longer a job or an industry — it's a button  —  As he has shown with books like “Here Comes Everybody” and his ideas about how the “cognitive surplus” has created a crowdsourcing explosion, Clay Shirky has a way of putting his finger on trends in media …
Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:
Lessons learned from a letter to curmudgeons  —  Friday's letter to newsroom curmudgeons resulted in my busiest day ever on this blog, 4,882 views, smashing my previous record by 58 percent.  After less than 72 hours online, the post is already my fourth most-viewed post in three-plus years blogging here.
Discussion: JIMROMENESKO.COM
Dave Levinthal / Politico:
Netflix forms PAC  —  In yet another move to boost its Washington profile, Netflix has formed a political action committee, new federal records indicate.  —  Called FLIXPAC, the committee may now make contributions donations directly to federal candidates — up to $5,000 per election.
Ned Martel / Washington Post:
Cable talkers' latest status symbol: A studio at home  —  Of the many categories of waste in American politics, consider the resources that go into cable-TV live shots.  Thousands of barrels of fossil fuel are expended hauling a person to where the cameras are or a camera to where the person is.
Discussion: TVNewser and New York Magazine
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Former Gawker editor Remy Stern will take the reigns at ‘Post’ website  —  Remy Stern, who left Gawker late last year after Nick Denton installed A.J. Daulerio as editor-in-chief, has a new gig: He's joining the New York Post as a digital consultant.  “Remy will help shape …
Joe Flint / Company Town:
Spanish-language stations left out of campaign spending rule  —  Although Hispanic voters will play a big part in the 2012 election, Spanish-language stations have been left out of a proposed rule from the Federal Communications Commission requiring big city television stations …
 
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