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7:35 AM ET, July 17, 2010

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Matt Zimmerman / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
San Mateo D.A. Withdraws Controversial Gizmodo iPhone Warrant  —  Today, San Mateo Superior Court Judge Clifford Cretan granted an application by the San Mateo County D.A.'s office to withdraw the controversial warrant it obtained to search the house of Gizmodo.com journalist Jason Chen.
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Kim Zetter / Threat Level:
Gawker Media Deals Its Way Out of iPhone Search Warrant  —  A California court has granted the request of local prosecutors to withdraw a controversial search warrant against an editor for the tech site Gizmodo over its scoop about the iPhone 4G.  —  Prosecutors reached an agreement with Thomas Nolan …
Rick Edmonds / The Biz Blog:
Gannett Ups Digital Revenues and Experimentation  —  Friday morning, Gannett reported second-quarter earnings that were more than double those of the same quarter a year ago, but the news of the day was a series of new business initiatives.  —  The company has now built digital revenues …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
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David Kaplan / paidContent:
Gannett CEO Dubow: iPad App Will Remain Free, Ad Supported Through Q3
Discussion: Poynter Online and FishbowlNY
Business Wire:
Gannett and Yahoo! Announce Local Advertising Partnership
Discussion: paidContent and Lost Remote
Gene Weingarten / Washington Post:
Gene Weingarten column mentions Lady Gaga.  —  Not very long ago, the typical American newsroom had three types of jobs: reporter, editor and photographer.  But lately, as newspapers have been frantically converting themselves into high-tech, 24-hour online operations, things are more complicated.
Alexandra Alter / Wall Street Journal:
Luxury Lit: A Book For $75,000  —  Publishers are marketing elaborate editions with all sorts of pricey features, banking on them to grow in value like rare coins or artworks  —  For $75,000, you can buy a piece of Indian cricket star Sachin Tendulkar.  —  Luxury publisher Kraken Opus mixed …
Laura Conaway / The Rachel Maddow Show:
Louis C.K. gets Terry Gross, Fresh Air run out of Mississippi  —  On Monday, Mississippi Public Broadcasting announced it had dropped Terry Gross and Fresh Air because of “recurring inappropriate content.”  (Full disclosure: I used to work for NPR.)  —  The blog that first reported the news …
Zeke Turner / New York Observer:
Changes at The Paris Review's Poetry Desk, Lorin Stein at Play … “I think there's a good argument for having fun when you work,” said Paris Review editor Lorin Stein on the phone from his White Street offices yesterday.  “Life is short!  And none of us is making a banker's salary, right?”
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
No, seriously: What the Old Spice ads can teach us about news' future  —  BrandFlakesforBreakfast might have put it best: “...If you live in a cave, you need to be aware of the fact that Old Spice owned the internet yesterday.”  —  Indeed.  How the brand did that owning is fascinating …
The Morning News:
Paper Tigers [Roundtables]  —  Sports are stupid.  Beautiful.  Dull.  Transcendent.  Most of all, they're more than just games, and MATT ROBISON's assembly of sports writers, critics, freaks, and authors tell us why.
Michael Cieply / Media Decoder:
No Future for Box-Office Exchanges  —  Plans to open exchanges that would trade in movie box-office futures died on Thursday, as the Senate passed financial reform legislation that includes a provision banning the proposed practice.  The legislation was already passed by the House, and moved to President Obama for his signature.
Discussion: Tubefilter News
Katjusa Cisar / The Awl:
A Q&A with the Creator of “I Write Like”: “The Algorithm is Not a Rocket Science”  —  This week's meme is I Write Like, a new website that uses an algorithm of mysterious methodology to tell you which author's work your writing most resembles.  You enter some text—"your latest blog post …
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
Crowdsourcing the pain of transcribing audio  —  The trouble with recording interviews is that you have to transcribe them.  So after one of my forays to New Haven last week, where I interviewed people in connection with a book I'm working on about community news sites …
 
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Elizabeth Guider / Hollywood Reporter:
Primetime to get racier after FCC ruling
Discussion: Company Town and TVWeek.com
Judy Sims / SimsBlog:
If Newspapers Cease to Be, There Will be Two Causes of Death — Part 2
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee:
Hulu Plus on the PS3: Less Content Than on the Web
Jeff Schogol / Stars & Stripes:
Media groups side with Westboro Baptist Church
Discussion: Romenesko
Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“What the audience wants” isn't always junk journalism
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider:
Why Didn't Patrick Keane Go To Yahoo?
 Earlier Picks: 
David Kaplan / paidContent:
NBCU Profits, Revenues Gain; Good Enough For Parent GE
Discussion: The Wrap, rbr.com, MediaFile and Variety
Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
WP taps Sullivan to oversee features sections and Sunday paper
Marc Ambinder / The Atlantic Online:
Internal Memo: Intelligence Community Frets About Washington Post Series
Discussion: Romenesko and Big Journalism
reddit:
“Experts” misunderestimate our traffic, and we don't know why
Discussion: Softpedia News and ReadWriteWeb
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Ex-Google News, Bing Engineers Set Out To Build ‘Newspaper Of The Future’
Molly Fischer / New York Observer:
Karp Cleans House: Amanda Murray Out at Simon & Schuster
Discussion: GalleyCat