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7:35 AM ET, July 7, 2010

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Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Time Magazine putting up a paywall to protect print?  —  Check out the current issue of Time Magazine at Time.com.  Click around.  Notice anything?  On almost every story that comes from the magazine, there's this phrase: “The following is an abridged version of an article that appears in the July 12 …
Discussion: MediaMemo and Techdirt
Jemima Kiss / Guardian:
Digital journalism: More work, more pressure but more opportunity  —  Longer hours, more pressure, decreasing quality and less enjoyable work.  Old media is a dark, dark place for journalism - at least that's the mood of many of the journalists who were interviewed for the annual Oriella digital journalism study.
Discussion: Editors Weblog
Tim Partridge / YouTube Blog:
Life in a Day  —  Every day, 6.7 billion people view the world through their own unique lens.  Imagine if there was a way to collect all of these perspectives, to aggregate and mold them into the cohesive story of a single day on earth.  —  Today, we're excited to announce the launch of …
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Sarah Boesveld / Globe and Mail:
YouTube, Ridley Scott embark on global film experiment  —  A man in Oslo brushing his teeth.  A preteen in Vancouver playing an acoustic guitar.  A woman in Zimbabwe sowing seeds in a garden near her hut.  —  These kinds of everyday moments are just the thing YouTube hopes to compile …
Emily Gould / Slate:
How feminist blogs like Jezebel gin up their page views by exploiting women's worst tendencies.  —  One of my friends posted a link to last week's Jezebel post titled “The Daily Show's Woman Problem” as her Gmail chat status, alongside the words “Every woman must read this.”
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Matt Tobey / Comedy Central Insider:
Women of The Daily Show Speak
Discussion: Mediaite and New York Magazine
Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:
Content ‘Farms’: Killing Journalism — While Making a Killing  —  If you ask most working journalists what they think about Associated Content, Demand Media or AOL's Seed, you may hear a scoffing sound.  —  After all, these sites, while providing some people with work, produce high-volume …
John Koblin / New York Observer:
Nick Denton's Secret Weapon: Gaby Darbyshire Is Gawker's Chief Enforcer  —  “One day there will be a book called ‘The Collected Legal Works of Gawker Media,’” said Gaby Darbyshire, the company's 39-year-old COO and head lawyer.  —  It was a recent Thursday afternoon, and Ms. Darbyshire …
Bloomberg:
Moguls' Sun Valley Summer Camp to Focus on Web, Not Mega-Deals  —  Media moguls at Allen & Co.'s annual conference, usually on the prowl for the next big deal, are paying more attention to small screens as they confront rapidly shifting consumer tastes.  —  With more customers catching …
Rachel Sklar / Mediaite:
Howard Kurtz Blasts An Ant With A Nuclear Weapon  —  Last week in a private email exchange, Howard Kurtz wrote... just kidding.  I have no reason to publish anything Kurtz has ever emailed me that wasn't intended for the record.  But if I write something critical of Reliable Sources …
Discussion: FishbowlDC and Inside Cable News
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Eric Deggans / blogs.tampabay.com:
Caught in the middle of a juicy media fight over appearances …
Discussion: Gawker and Romenesko
Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
CBS, MediaMind Partner on Video Extender Ad Tool  —  One of the problems with Web video is that there is only so much video ad inventory online, many publishers shove video spots into traditional display ads.  —  That leads to another problem: Display ads are often too small …
Adam Satariano / Bloomberg:
Apple Studies User Downloads to Hone Mobile Ads, Take on Google  —  Apple Inc., with a storehouse of billions of music, movie and software downloads, is studying the buying habits of many of its 150 million iTunes users to show more appealing mobile ads and fuel competition with Google Inc.
Discussion: MediaPost and Poynter Online
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Livefyre Aims To Put Out The Comment Troll Problem; Gets Funding To Do So  —  Commenting on the web is broken.  Visit just about any site large enough on the Internet and you'll notice it.  Sure, there are useful comments every once in a while, but there are more comments that are either jokes, stupid, or just downright cruel.
Discussion: VentureBeat and The Livefyre blog
Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
Tribune Co. gets into consulting business with digital unit  —  (Crain's) — Tribune Co. is starting a new consulting business in its digital department, allowing the newspaper company to sell its social media and Internet advertising know-how to small and mid-sized businesses.
Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
NPR CEO: We Want to Partner with Journalism Startups  —  NPR CEO Vivian Schiller wants her organization and its local affiliates to partner with the journalism startup companies that have been growing up through the wreckage of the newspaper business.  —  The pitch she made here at the Aspen Ideas Festival is simple.
Michael Koretzky / The Huffington Post:
Working at the National Enquirer Is Just Like Working at Any Other Newspaper — But Weirder  —  As usual, when the National Enquirer breaks a big story, the tabloid becomes a big story itself.  —  Last month, the Enquirer interviewed a masseuse who says Al Gore sexually assaulted her in 2006.
Discussion: Romenesko
Sara Ganim / Centre Daily Times:
Centre County judges tell CDT to erase stories  —  Collegian also told to delete archived information about five defendants  —  BELLEFONTE — Two Centre County judges have signed orders directing the Centre Daily Times to delete archived stories about five defendants of the county court system.
Andrew Golis / Yahoo! News:
Introducing The Upshot  —  Welcome!  Thanks for stopping by.  —  So what the heck is The Upshot?  Eight people, six reporters and two editors, working each day to tell you what's happening in the world with short bursts of reporting and analysis.  —  Our goal is to be blunt narrators …
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
AP Not Amused By The Woot Story, Tries To Play The Oil Spill Card  —  Oh those jokesters over at the AP — the fun never ends!  Last night, we wrote a post noting that Woot was (humorously) calling out the AP for not following their own ridiculous rules when quoting from content.
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Here's How BuzzFeed Plans To Turn Viral Content Into Cash  —  BuzzFeed, which aggregates all the viral/goofy/bizarre/hilarious content on the web, just raised $8 million and hired a new president.  Now the NYC-based company is making a play to turn the web's viral content into cash …
David Hallerman / AdAge:
For Online Advertising, Media Consolidation Is a Good Thing  —  Understanding Four Key Groups in the Universe of Websites That Marketers Should Know  —  Much has been written about the “long-tail” concept since Wired's Chris Anderson popularized the idea in 2004.
Ian Burrell / The Independent:
Introducing the rising stars of UK's creative industries  —  A young playwright who, with Enron, created a West End hit out of the unlikely subject of the collapse of a Texas energy company, is among a host of young women named in an influential poll as the rising stars of the British creative industries.
Herman Manson / memeburn:
Twitter breaks news, but will it break journalism?  —  Twitter's value to breaking news quickly and efficiently is beyond doubt, but the accuracy of the news being reported is far from perfect.  —  This weekend, Twitter was abuzz with the news that South Africa's former national police commissioner …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
More Newspapers Are Taking Credit Cards at Vending Machines  —  Wall Street Journal Added Card Readers to 190 Machines Before Greater New York Launch  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Newspapers are edging away from demanding a fistful of coins at their vending machines and toward accepting plastic.
Eric Hananoki / Media Matters for America:
CNN's Castellanos returned $12K RNC payment  —  On October 15, 2009, the Republican National Committee paid $12,000 to CNN contributor Alex Castellanos, a payment that apparently violated CNN's stated policy.  When contacted last week by Media Matters, Castellanos said he was initially unaware …
Discussion: TVNewser
 
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Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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ProPublica:
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Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance:
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Lourdes Garcia-Navarro / NPR:
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Discussion: Jezebel
Joe Pompeo / Silicon Alley Insider:
Forbes Hires Former AOL Exec Andrea Spiegel To Lead Product Development
Discussion: WebNewser
Jeff Sonderman / TBD:
TBD and The Georgetown Dish announce partnership
Discussion: The Solomon Scandals
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Edmund Lee / AdAge:
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Joe Pompeo / The Wire:
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