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11:25 PM ET, May 5, 2012

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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Yesterday The Boston Globe ended all your tomorrows  —  The Boston Globe has killed yesterday, today, and tomorrow.  —  In an announcement on BostonGlobe.com's Insiders blog, Charles Mansbach, the Globe's Page 1 editor, says the paper is doing away with the convention of using those terms in stories.
Discussion: @counternotions
James Hanning / The Independent:
IoS exclusive: Revealed - Cameron's secret summit with News Corp  —  David Cameron agreed to a meeting with one of Rupert Murdoch's senior executives that was arranged by the lobbyist now at the centre of the Jeremy Hunt scandal, The Independent on Sunday has learnt.
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Mark Hosenball / Reuters:
U.S. senator likely to be rebuffed in News Corp inquiry
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
Al Jazeera's Webby Award-winning The Stream at one  —  The successes of The Stream, ‘a social media community with its daily TV show’, which was first broadcast on Al Jazeera English a year ago today  —  A year ago today Al Jazeera English was due to broadcast the first episode of a new social media TV show called The Stream.
Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
Huffington's Role Shrinks at AOL  —  Executive Says Shift Will Free Her to Focus on Her Namesake News Site as It Gears Up to Expand Abroad  —  Arianna Huffington acknowledged Thursday that her portfolio at AOL Inc. is being scaled back to include only the Huffington Post …
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Does AOL need HuffPo more than HuffPo needs AOL?  —  The plot seems to be thickening at AOL, at least when it comes to Arianna Huffington's role at the former portal.  She confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that her role within the company has been reduced, something that was the subject …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A Twin Cities turnaround?  The Star Tribune carves a path back through growing audience  —  In 2009, the Star Tribune found itself on a dubious list: The 10 Most Endangered Newspapers in America.  That was the year Minnesota's largest daily entered into bankruptcy after rounds of cost-cutting …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Prismatic wants to be the newspaper for a digital age  —  What did the printed newspaper provide in its heyday as the information-delivery system of choice?  A collection of news and other interesting content, selected by knowledgeable editors from a wide range of sources, presented in an easy-to-scan format.
Carl Straumsheim / American Journalism Review:
Leaving the Newsroom to Launch Online Startups  —  Journalists embracing the entrepreneurial spirit.  Weds., May 2, 2012.  —  Editorial assistant Carl Straumsheim (@cfstraumsheim, cstraumsheim@ajr.umd.edu) is a graduate student at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism.
Jim Romenesko:
Juan Williams rethinks NPR  —  Juan Williams was quick to accept a few million bucks from Roger Ailes and jump to Fox News after NPR gave him the boot.  He then went on a non-stop NPR-bashing tour, accusing the radio network of being “elitist and white.”  —  Williams is singing a different tune …
Michael Nunez / International Business Times:
Google News Adds Realtime Coverage, Google Plus Discussion: Is The Information Provided Actually Relevant?  —  Google News has added features that will give readers realtime data surrounding news stories, but the company has failed to acknowledge Twitter and Facebook once again.
Discussion: SlashGear, The Verge and CNET
Business Week:
Discovery's Oprah Problem  —  Oprah Winfrey stood before advertisers and media executives in New York last month and offered a humble assessment of her effort to create OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.  Despite her popularity, the new cable channel attracts less than a 10th of the audience her syndicated TV show used to pull in.
Discussion: Company Town
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Politico endorses post-first, check-later journalism  —  On April 20, New York Daily News photographer Todd Maisel was in Cartagena, Colombia, working on the story of the Secret Service scandal.  Amid his wanderings, he banged out a provocative tweet: … Quite an allegation.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
National Magazine Awards 2012: ‘Time’ Grabs Top Prize; ‘New York’ Wins Three  —  NEW YORK — NBC News anchor Brian Williams joked with attendees at Thursday night's National Magazine Awards dinner that given all the categories being honored, “if you publish a magazine in the United States …
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Josh Halliday / Guardian:
BBC News website stalwart Tim Weber to leave corporation after 20 years
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