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7:20 PM ET, February 25, 2013

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Christine Haughney / New York Times:
Herald Tribune to Be Renamed The International New York Times  —  The New York Times Company said Monday it was planning to rename The International Herald Tribune, its 125-year-old newspaper based in Paris, and would also unveil a new Web site designed for international audiences.
Andrew Sullivan / The Dish:
Now: The Long Nag  —  First some great news.  Tomorrow will be three full weeks since the meter went into effect on the Dish.  Too soon for any serious assessment, but soon enough for some analysis - and for the transparency we promised you.  In February, through the meter, we have brought in $93,000 or so in subscriptions.
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Gizmodo Boss Joe Brown Goes (Back) to Wired  —  Wired, the Conde Nast tech title, continues an overhaul that began last fall: Joe Brown, the top editor at Gawker Media's Gizmodo tech site, is joining up.  —  Brown will be Wired's “New York editor,” a new role that will have him weighing …
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Tim Molloy / The Wrap:
Jeff Zeleny Exits New York Times for ABC News  —  New York Times political reporter Jeff Zeleny is leaving the newspaper for ABC News.  —  ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced the hire Monday morning in a note to staff.  He said that last week, Times' executive editor Jill Abramson praised Zeleny as …
Steve Jordon / Omaha World-Herald:
Warren Buffett buys Tulsa World  —  Warren Buffett's newspaper group said Monday it would buy the Tulsa (Okla.) World daily newspaper.  BH Media Group, a division of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is to purchase the newspaper for an undisclosed amount from the Lorton family of Tulsa, which has owned the World for four generations.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
ABC's Handling Of Oscars' Online & Mobile Streaming May Set Precedent For Future “Event TV” Airings  —  If you listened to the online chatter about last night's Oscars telecast, you might come away with the impression that the show tanked.  Well, maybe it hit a lot of sour notes in terms …
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
A Campaign to Underscore Risk of War Coverage  —  Friends of journalists who have died covering the violent Arab Spring uprisings are trying to put their grief to good use.  They are putting together an online campaign called “A Day Without News?” to persuade the public to pay attention to the sacrifices journalists make.
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Erik Wemple:
Zeke Miller leaves BuzzFeed  —  The notion of Zeke Miller taking a break for anything doesn't make a lot of sense.  He worked so constantly that when his editors demanded he take a few days off, he'd squeak out one, then return to the grind.  Whether he was burying my RSS feed …
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Aereo expands TV on-the-go service to 3 more states, launches first big ad campaign  —  Aereo, a service that lets users watch live TV on their iPhones, tablets and computers, has expanded from New York City to 29 counties across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
Seth Godin / Seth's Blog:
Real-time news is neither  —  The closer you get to the event itself, the more it costs to find out what's going on.  A week or a month or a year after the fact, the truth (or as close as we can get) is nearly free.  Finding out that same truth mere seconds after it happens is costly indeed.
Discussion: @tesener, @stkonrath and @adamwestbrook
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
WSJ's Narisetti to join News Corp. executive ranks  —  Raju Narisetti, who currently oversees the Wall Street Journal's digital operations, is moving up into the executive ranks, according to an email sent out by Journal managing editor Gerard Baker to the staff.  —  Baker wrote:
Discussion: Business Wire
Alan D. Mutter / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Why traditional publishers won't buy Globe  —  When the New York Times Co. bought the Boston Globe for $1.1 billion in 1993, many of the nation's newspaper publishing companies happily would have paid the same price for the same opportunity.  —  With the Globe now on track to be sold for a tenth …
Discussion: Poynter and Guardian
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Seattle Times will install paywall next month  —  The Seattle Times will begin a digital-subscription plan in March, Times Executive Editor David Boardman told readers in a column Sunday.  The plan resembles The New York Times' paywall — print subscribers will have full access to the Times' site …
 
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