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1:45 PM ET, April 29, 2012

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Noah Rothman / Mediaite:
Obama Jabs At Mitt Romney, Congress, Huffington Post And Dogs At W.H. Correspondents Dinner  —  President Obama took the stage at the White House Correspondent's Dinner on Saturday night, where he made a number of jokes at his and others' expense.  He took aim at Congress, Mitt Romney, the Huffington Post and dogs.
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Buzzfeed's Jonah Peretti: Display dollars aren't coming back  —  Content providers are wringing their hands over how to get advertisers to pony up the big bucks they once spent on display ads.  Maybe that money is just gone forever.  —  Jonah Peretti, a founder of the Huffington Post …
Discussion: @om and @penenberg
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of 99-cent media  —  Honk if you still love newsprint enough to pay $700 or more a year for a seven-day print subscription to The New York Times.  Of course, you have many other choices.  —  You can try one of several print/bundled options for considerably less money.
Discussion: mediabistro.com
Nicholas Carr / Technology Review:
The Library of Utopia  —  Google's ambitious book-scanning program is foundering in the courts.  Now a Harvard-led group is launching its own sweeping effort to put our literary heritage online.  Will the Ivy League succeed where Silicon Valley failed?  —  In his 1938 book World Brain …
Discussion: The Verge and The Daily Dish
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Exclusive: The Billion-Dollar Inside Story of How Demand Media Almost Went Private Last Week (And Then Didn't)  —  According to sources close to the situation, Demand Media was deep into discussions with a private equity firm to complete a deal that would have taken the online content company private …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Justin Elliott / ProPublica:
FCC-Required Political Ad Data Disclosures Won't Be Searchable  —  The Federal Communications Commission voted 2-1 this morning to require broadcasters to post political ad data on the Web, making it easier for the public to see how as much as $3.2 billion will be spent on TV advertising in this election.
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Doug Halonen / The Wrap:
FCC Approves Rules for TV Stations to Put Political Ad Information Online
Candace Clement / Save the News:
Political Files? Meet the Internet
Discussion: Mother Jones
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Approve This Message: Politics through Awl-colored glasses  —  The Awl sure likes to build stuff.  In about three years, they've gone from a single “New York City-based web concern” to a family of six sites.  The latest just debuted: Approve This Message, a kind of politics wire with the sensibility of The Awl mothership.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Journatic CEO: We are creating a better future for journalism  —  The Chicago Tribune recently laid off many of the reporters and editors who produced its hyper-local editions, and announced that it was outsourcing those functions to a startup called Journatic — a move that drew criticism …
Discussion: @jayrosen_nyu and Chicago Reader
Richard Sandomir / New York Times:
Yellowing Paper and Vanishing Ink as Sports Cartooning Declines  —  BALTIMORE — Mike Ricigliano practices a nearly extinct newspaper art: he is a sports cartoonist, poking fun at sports figures with pen, paper and a gag writer's shtick.  —  How much longer he can earn a living doing what he loves …
Lauren Kirchner / CJR:
How Scandinavia's press councils keep the media accountable  —  How Scandinavia's press councils keep the media accountable  —  When right-wing militant Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in and around bucolic Oslo last July, the story dominated the press in Norway for months.
Reuters:
Apple courts EPIX for upcoming TV: sources  —  (Reuters) - Apple Inc began talks earlier this year to stream films owned by EPIX, which is backed by three major movie studios, on devices including a long-anticipated TV, according to two people with knowledge of the negotiations.
 
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
You Really Can Blame the Web for Shrinking TV Ratings — But You Have to Credit It for Boosting TV, Too
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Adrienne LaFrance / Nieman Journalism Lab:
As news shifts toward mobile, will text alerts get left behind?