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9:05 AM ET, August 4, 2012

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Felix Salmon:
Jonah Lehrer, TED, and the narrative dark arts  —  One of the most interesting takes on l'affaire Jonah Lehrer comes in a book review which was almost certainly written before any of the latest revelations: Evgeny Morozov's hilarious and masterful dismantling of Parag Khanna in particular and the whole TED mindset in general.
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Plagiarism, more fake interviews in Jonah Lehrer's ‘Imagine,’ ‘How We Decide’  —  Michael C. Moynihan, the journalist who discovered that Jonah Lehrer had fabricated quotations from Bob Dylan and misquoted others in his book “Imagine,” says he's found more problems:
Seth Mnookin / The Panic Virus:
Jonah Lehrer's missing compass
Discussion: Guardian, New York Magazine and Forbes
Steve Myers / Poynter:
How AP photographer captured Gabby Douglas Olympics photo: Practice, practice, practice  —  Associated Press photojournalist Greg Bull was waiting for that moment, the point in Gabby Douglas' balance bar routine at which she leaps the highest, spreading her arms and legs and looking straight up at the ceiling.
Ryan Chittum / CJR:
The Washington Post's not-so-good earnings report  —  The paper puts a positive spin on another poor quarter  —  Here's how the Washington Post covers its namesake parent company's dismal second-quarter earnings report: … Here's how everybody else covers the Washington Post's erns:
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Choire Sicha / The Awl:
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Newhouse on New Orleans changes: 'There's every reason to be upset and angry, but...'  —  Steven Newhouse knows a lot of people don't like his company's decision to reduce print frequency and staff at its newspapers and move most of its publishing online.  —  “There's every reason to be upset …
Discussion: @jayrosen_nyu
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Steve Newhouse / Poynter:   Steve Newhouse explains Michigan transition, Times-Picayune future
Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:
Viacom Inc. Plans Television Viewing Apps By End Of Year  —  Viacom Inc., the television programmer that owns cable networks Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central, plans to unveil television viewing apps for tablets before the end of the year.  —  “We are rolling out apps in partnership …
Discussion: Bloomberg
Sultan Al Qassemi / Foreign Policy:
Breaking the Arab News  —  Egypt made al Jazeera — and Syria's destroying it.  —  While civil war rages on the Syrian battlefield between regime loyalists and myriad rebel factions, another battle is taking place in the media world.  Al Arabiya and Al Jazeera, the two Gulf-based channels …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Erik Wemple:
Harry Reid, keep talking to the Huffington Post  —  In 1995, a reporter for the Daily Local News of West Chester, Pa., recorded some newsworthy comments by a member of the Parkesburg Borough Council.  The remarks were directed at the council's president and the mayor, who were “liars,” …
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Magazine Newsstand Sales Still Falling in 2012  —  The numbers coming from the Audit Bureau of Circulations on Tuesday are likely to show yet another soft performance for magazine newsstand sales, especially for women's titles.  —  Many of the biggest women's newsstand players saw double …
Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal:
Cable Companies Shifting Emphasis From TV  —  The two largest cable operators are looking to an unlikely source of inspiration: Google Fiber, their newest formidable competitor.  —  Time Warner Cable Inc. Chief Executive Glenn Britt and Comcast Corp. Chief Executive Brian Roberts separately …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Kevin Fitchard / GigaOM:
Look Ma, TV!  First broadcast TV phone appears on MetroPCS  —  Starting now, MetroPCS is in the free-to-air TV business, but the sets it's selling are rather small, fitting not only into the palm of your hand but within the confines of a smartphone screen.  MetroPCS on Friday began selling …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
CBS Loves Apple TV, in Theory  —  CBS boss Les Moonves gets asked a lot about his willingness to do business with Apple.  And his answer is always the same: “Sure!  As long as it's on our terms.”  —  Yesterday's earnings call was no exception.  Here's the full exchange between the CBS CEO …
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Andy Fixmer / Bloomberg:
CBS Second-Quarter Profit Rose 8.1% as Advertising Slid
Discussion: Business Insider and Adweek
 
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Simon Dumenco / AdAge:
Women Are Dominating Social-Media Conversation About the Olympics
Douglas Martin / New York Times:
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Amy Wicks / WWD:
Brides to Go Bimonthly  —  These days, bridal-industry experts …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
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Dvora Meyers / Deadspin:
Fake, Jingoistic, And Stupid: Gymnastics Coverage Is The Worst Part Of NBC's Olympics
Discussion: The Awl, CJR and EdCone.com
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
The Truth About Pay TV: It's Still Not Shrinking
Discussion: Forbes, BGR, Reuters, CNET and paidContent