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7:35 PM ET, April 6, 2010

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Ryan Chittum / CJR:
Backwards Steps by the WSJ and NYT on iPad  —  The papers cripple everyday Web features in their apps for a walled-in environment  —  I compared the design and content of the Times and Wall Street Journal on the iPad earlier.  Now let's take a look at how you interact with their apps.
Discussion: Poynter Online
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Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
Chase Paid $1 Million To Sponsor The New York Times iPad Application  —  Chase Bank paid the New York Times $1 million to sponsor its iPad application, according to Rory Maher, analyst at TBI Research.  —  Read the entire report here.  —  He says the app sponsorship was part of a larger ad deal …
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Full screen ahead: WSJ iPad ads fuse logic of print, online
Jay Yarow / The Business Insider:
Wired's Steven Levy Says Dan Lyons Is Making Things Up About Him, Apple, And Newsweek (AAPL)  —  UPDATE: Lyons says Apple PR did pass word to Steven Levy it didn't think Newsweek was making a smart hire.  —  Original: Over the weekend, Newsweek's tech columnist Dan Lyons, a.k.a. Fake Steve Jobs …
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Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:   Here's The Real Story Behind Apple, Newsweek, Dan Lyons, And Steven Levy
Dan Gillmor / Mediactive:
Net Neutrality Has Always Been Up to Lawmakers: Will They Pay Attention Now? … We're in scary territory, but it's not a big surprise that we are.  —  Comcast and the other carriers will be emboldened to continue what they've started: the subjugation of America's broadband future …
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Greg Bensinger / Bloomberg:
Print Newspapers to Survive a Decade, Sun-Times' Tyree Says  —  Printed newspapers will probably survive as long as a decade before being largely replaced by digital news, said James Tyree, who led the October buyout of the Chicago Sun-Times' publisher.  —  “Newspapers have got a good strong 10 years …
David Schlesinger / Reuters:
Video of our colleagues' death in Iraq  —  The following is the text of an email from Reuters Editor-in-Chief David Schlesinger:  —  The video of our colleagues, Namir Noor-Eldeen and Saeed Chmagh, being killed in Iraq in 2007 was difficult and disturbing to watch but also important to watch.
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Adrian Chen / Gawker:
Wikileaks Backs Off U.S. Spying Allegations as ‘Man Date’ Discoverer Lends a Hand
Discussion: Reuters and CJR
Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance:
‘Atlantic’ Publisher Takes Stand on Intern Pay.  Who Will Follow?  —  Heavy use of unpaid interns has long been the norm in the publishing industry.  But one company is changing its policy in light of a new focus on what some see as an exploitative practice. … ‘Atlantic’ Publisher Takes Stand on Intern Pay.
Discussion: The Wire
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
AOL Admits Bebo To Be Sold Or Shut Down; Memo Sets May Target For Decision  —  AOL (NYSE: AOL) told employees today that it may sell or shut down social network Bebo this year after deciding it would take too much additional investment to make keeping it worthwhile.  Here's the memo from AOL Ventures EVP Jon Brod...
Stephanie Clifford / Media Decoder:
Town & Country's Pamela Fiori Out in Editor Shuffle  —  Pamela Fiori, the editor of Town & Country magazine for 17 years, has been dismissed in an editor shuffle at Hearst Corporation's lifestyle and home-decor magazines.  —  Ms. Fiori has been reassigned as an editor at large for Hearst, working on books and other editorial projects.
Gillian Reagan / The Wire:
The New Republic's $30 Paywall Goes Up Tomorrow  —  The New Republic, the American political magazine, is banking on a new subscription plan: They are putting up a $30 paywall starting tomorrow, April 7.  —  Some content on TNR.com will be available for free, including blog posts, online-only columns and some features.
Stuart Elliott / Media Decoder:
Oxygen Wants New Season to Be Breath of Fresh Air for Younger Women  —  The preview of the cable channels' plans for the 2010-11 season, known as the upfronts, continued on Tuesday morning with a presentation from Oxygen Media that was glitzy, glammy and a little bit hammy.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Updated: March Madness Final Stats In; More Than Half-Million Watched Final Online  —  The final March Madness stats are in for CBS (NYSE: CBS), CBBSports.com and the NCAA.  As is usually the case, the bulk of the viewing—roughly 75 percent—happens in the first round and drops off from there as the field narrows.
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Is permission needed to retweet hot news?  —  When an aggregator like Google News publishes newspaper headlines, is the company treading on thin ice?  What about aggregators that publish headlines and a one-line excerpt?  What about those that simply rewrite the facts contained in the story …
Craig Newmark / cnewmark:
Trust and reputation systems: redistributing power and influence  —  People use social networking tools to figure out who they can trust and rely on for decision making.  By the end of this decade, power and influence will shift largely to those people with the best reputations and trust networks …
wowOwow:
The Lesley Stahl Interview: ‘Rattling the Cage’ With Maria Bartiromo  —  As Bartiromo's new book hits shelves, the two journalists address their roles in the financial crisis, reaching for the top, balancing life and more ...  LESLEY STAHL: Maria Bartiromo, thank you so much for being with us on wowOwow.com.
Discussion: Chickaboomer and Inside Cable News
Shelley Ross / Editor and Publisher:
How the ‘National Enquirer’ Blew a Chance for the Pulitzer Prize — 30 Years Ago  —  Note: This Monday, the Pulitzer Prize board will announce whether or not it will bestow its esteemed award on the National Enquirer for its coverage of the John Edwards sex and morality scandals, putting an end to months of grand debate.
Discussion: eMedia Vitals and Editors Weblog
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Apple Announces Mobile Ad Plans on Thursday, and Google Can't Wait To Tell the FTC  —  Apple is likely to introduce its mobile ad platform on Thursday at its iPhone developer event, say sources familiar with the company's plans.  Expect to hear a loud cheer from Google, Apple's former ally and current competitor.
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter Online:
Wolff to Newspapers: The Web is 'Not Something You're Ever Going to Understand'  —  If Michael Wolff had his way, he would have told newspapers a long time ago never to go online.  Newspapers, he believes, are stuck in an old-fashioned mentality that prevents them from giving online news consumers what they want.
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Will BermanBraun and Hachette Give MSN a New “Glo” With Launch of a Dramatically Different Women's Site?  —  It's more than a little ironic that the new “Glo” Web site-a highly stylized women's lifestyle destination MSN debuted just after midnight today in partnership with Hollywood's BermanBraun …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Rhapsody Starts Its New Life With Price Cut and an Investment From Universal Music  —  Rhapsody starts life as an independent company this month and the music subscription service is marking the occasion with a price cut: It is lowering the price of its all-you-can-eat offering from $15 to $10 a month.
Allison Schaefers / Star Bulletin:
Texas investor makes a bid for the Star-Bulletin  —  A Texas-based private equity investor group has submitted a bid to buy the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Black Press confirmed today.  —  The offer, referred to as a nonconforming bid, includes the profitable MidWeek, which has not been listed for sale by Star-Bulletin owner Black Press.
 
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