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11:10 AM ET, April 12, 2010


 Top News: 
Bill Carter / New York Times:
Leno at Top of Late Night TV, With Older Viewers  —  EUGENE, Ore. — As Conan O'Brien starts his post-NBC career on a stage here Monday night with the kickoff of his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour, his former employer, NBC, finds itself reliving the good old days …
Hollywood Reporter:
Affil concerns could derail O'Brien-Fox talks  —  THR EXCLUSIVE  —  When Conan O'Brien kicks off his U.S. comedy tour Monday night, the most important critics to impress will be the owners of Fox stations.  —  Talks between Fox and O'Brien's reps have made significant progress during recent days toward …
Richard Pérez-Peña / New York Times:
News Sites Rethink Anonymous Online Comments  —  Sites that once embraced anonymous comments are revising their policies to hold users more accountable.
David Carr / New York Times:
The Media Equation: Brian Tierney's Odd Role Defending Philadelphia Newspapers  —  This is the kind of shape the newspaper business is in: Brian Tierney, a former public relations executive with a reputation for going after reporters, has become the last man standing in a fight …
Discussion: Romenesko, Fitz & Jen and Media Decoder
Richard Pérez-Peña / New York Times:
Pew Poll Finds Pessimism Among Journalists  —  Most newspaper and broadcast news editors think American journalism is in decline, and about half believe that their employers will go out of business if they do not find new sources of revenue, according to a survey to be released on Monday.
New York Times:
After iPad, Rivals Offer Hybrid Variations  —  Just as Apple's iPhone shook up a complacent cellphone industry, the company's iPad is provoking PC makers — and non-PC makers — to fight back with new devices.  —  Google — a search and advertising company — is soon expected to begin selling …
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
@ ASNE: Google's Schmidt: ‘We Have A Business Model Problem, Not A News Problem’  —  Eric Schmidt came to DC Sunday night to praise, not to bury newspapers, deftly massaging egos about the value of journalism while sliding in all the reasons they should still be concerned about the future …
Lauren Collins / New Yorker:
Kitty Kelley takes on Oprah Winfrey.  —  In February of 1988, Oprah Winfrey, the host of a year-and-a-half-old, already extremely popular talk show, landed her first big celebrity guest and flew to Los Angeles for what she has called “the worst interview of my life.”
Guy Adams / The Independent:
The power of Oprah  —  Virtually no television network …
Discussion: Speakeasy and New York Times
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
Media Notes: Are newspaper critics old hat amid the flood of online critics?  —  In the broad sweep of media history, the cancellation of “At the Movies” may simply mark the end of a program that had passed its sell-by date.  —  Or the demise of the old Siskel & Ebert vehicle may …
Discussion: Inside Cable News
Richard Prince's Journal-isms:
Blacks Hardest Hit in Newsroom Cuts  —  Only 25% of Online News Outlets Disclose Figures  —  . . . Which Online News Sites Responded and Which Didn't  —  Only 25% of Online News Outlets Disclose Figures  —  Only 25 percent of online-only news organizations responded to a request …
Sara Libby / Salon:
What about the next great female pundit?  —  Respected Op-Ed pages may be getting young new blood, but they're still mostly made up of white men  —  Late last week, Politico's Michael Calderone fretted over the fact that so many young, wonder-boy pundits were climbing to the top …
Discussion: CJR
Roy J. Harris Jr / Washington Post:
The Pulitzers and the future of journalism  —  When the 2010 Pulitzer Prizes in journalism are announced later today, they'll serve a dual mission.  The first order of business, of course, is recognizing the work that deserves the profession's highest accolade in each of 14 journalism categories.
Discussion: Poynter Online
San Francisco Chronicle:
Homeless ex-reporter opted for Berkeley streets  —  The Hate Man is probably the most colorfully oddball homeless person on Berkeley's famously oddball Telegraph Avenue.  Known as Mark Hawthorne when he was a New York Times news reporter from 1961 to 1970, Hate Man has lived mostly on the streets …
Discussion: Gawker
Michael Bodey / TheAustralian:
CNNI succeeds by setting itself apart from CNN  —  CNN has an image problem in the US.  It is haemorrhaging viewers (Larry King just recorded his worst ratings quarter) and is being lampooned as the wishy-washy centrist between the right-leaning Fox News and the left-leaning MSNBC.
Discussion: TVNewser and Inside Cable News
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 Earlier Picks: 
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Greg Bensinger / Bloomberg:
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Alan Rusbridger / Guardian:
I was shown the media's future 16 years ago: now with the iPad, it's here
Discussion: TechCrunch and WHAT'S NEXT
Jeffrey Fleishman / Los Angeles Times:
Media titans Murdoch and Berlusconi do battle
Mike Farrell / Multichannel:
Burke Snags $34 Million In 2009 Compensation
Discussion: paidContent and The Wire
Steve Krakauer / Mediaite:
Michael Wolff To Sharon Waxman: “Man Up And Sue Us, Any Time”
Discussion:, The Wrap and CNN