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6:35 AM ET, March 21, 2010

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Ravi Somaiya / Gawker:
How Blogs Are Becoming More Like Newspapers  —  The LA Times today examines how the Seattle Post-Intelligencer segued from print to exclusively online journalism.  But blogging — how and why we cover the stories we cover — is going the other way and coming to resemble... newspapers.
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James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
An e-model for journalism in Seattle  —  After the 146-year-old Post-Intelligencer folded last year, 20 of 160 employees were retained to produce an online product.  —  From Seattle  —  When a bright young reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer named Monica Guzman mentioned a couple …
Discussion: The Daily Weekly
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Anonymous Comments: Are They Good or Evil?  —  I enjoy a good debate about media-related topics pretty much any time, even when I'm supposed to be on vacation with the family in Florida.  Today, in between playing shuffleboard and bocce and taking the kids to the swimming pool …
Discussion: yelvington.com and John Bracken
SlateV:
How I Ran an Ad on Fox News  —  Slate ad critic Seth Stevenson tries out a Google service that allows you to run your own commercial on national TV for as little as $100.
Discussion: AdPulp and Ben Smith's Blog
Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance:
Murdoch In Over His Head?  ‘NY Times’ Publisher Seems to Think So  —  New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger thinks Rupert Murdoch's frequent denunciations of Google are proof that the News Corp. chairman doesn't understand the internet.  “To start picking on these companies strikes …
Kelly Carr / BusinessJournalism.org Reynolds Center …:
A Web writing bootcamp for business journalists  —  Writing solid stories for the Web doesn't involve a complicated formula or a new flashy set of rules.  —  At the core, what's important to remember are the most basic principals, the fundamental skills that serve as a backbone for quality journalism …
Felix Salmon:
Did Charlie Gasparino get Teri Buhl fired?  —  It's well known that Charlie Gasparino likes getting into mini-feuds with reporters who write about him, myself included.  It's part of what makes him Charlie, and he's welcome to call me a twerpy nutjob as much as he likes.
Peter Preston / Guardian:
Farewell, unique users - killed by the paywall  —  The walls going up around Wapping leave the old system of measuring readership in ruins.  A new model is long overdue  —  As the paywalls go up, so an era ends.  “Of course we expect to see the numbers of unique users of our websites come …
Steve Herrmann / The Editors:
BBC News linking policy  —  How often do you click on the external links we add to stories on the BBC News site?  —  How useful are they, and how could they be better?  —  We are looking at the way we do links to other sites, and I'm interested to know what you think.
Paul Levy / CL&P Blog:
The Hot News Doctrine Rides Again  —  Does a firm that expresses an opinion “own” that opinion, and thus have the ability to prevent others from reporting on the fact that the firm has expressed the opinion?  When a newspaper or other entity reports some facts, does it “own” …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Stat Rant: Does Facebook Trump Google For News & Can't We Measure Twitter Correctly?  —  Earlier this week, Hitwise put out stats suggesting that Facebook is beating Google and Twitter when it comes to driving traffic to news sites.  I dug a little deeper, and I beg to differ.
Discussion: Hitwise Intelligence
 
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Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
March Madness: CBSSports.com Says It Served 3.4 Million Live Hours On Day One
Discussion: Multichannel
Chris Pendleton / Bing Maps Blog:
Bing Maps for Broadcast is now Free!
Rick Edmonds / The Biz Blog:
Circulation Losses May Seem to Stop as Calculations Change in the Future
Mac Slocum / O'Reilly Radar:
Trapping content on the iPad won't work, even if it's pretty
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk and Business Week
Newsdesk / Tower Ticker:
Playboy.com takes off top editor
Discussion: Romenesko
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Amanpour's Note to CNN Colleagues: ‘So Why am I Leaving?  In My Heart I am Not’
Discussion: The Wire and The Politico
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Chris Rovzar / New York Magazine:
Ana Marie Cox: Nick Denton a ‘Completely Unrepentant, Unethical Person’
Discussion: bookforum.com and Gawker
Stephen Lowman / Washington Post:
The future of children's book publishing
Discussion: TeleRead
Andy Van De Voorde / The Snitch:
Delaware Judge Blocks Guardian Cash Grab
David Folkenflik / NPR:
ABC News Under Fire For Payment To Murder Suspect
Discussion: TVNewser
John Koblin / New York Observer:
It's War! Kate Taylor Quits The Journal to Join The Times
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
FT.com Takes Free Articles Away From Unregistered Users, Except Via Search
Discussion: WebNewser, FishBowlNY and The Wire