Nick Davies / Guardian:
Afghanistan war logs: Story behind biggest leak in intelligence history — From US military computers to a cafe in Brussels, how thousands of classified papers found their way to online activists — Julian Assange on the Afghanistan war logs: ‘They show the true nature of this war’
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: WikiLeaks.org's post of classified Afghan reports causes a furor
Blake Hounshell / FP Passport: The logs of war: Do the Wikileaks documents really tell us anything new?
Michael Klurfeld / The Next Web: Wikileaks Publishes Massive Dump of Military Records
Leslie H. Gelb / The Daily Beast: What the WikiLeaks Documents Really Reveal
Adrian Chen / Gawker: Wikileaks Releases Nearly 100,000 Internal Military Documents From Afghanistan
Michael Crowley / Swampland: What the Wikileak Means for the Afghanistan War
New York Times:
Piecing Together the Reports, and Deciding What to Publish — The articles published today are based on thousands of United States military incident and intelligence reports — records of engagements, mishaps, intelligence on enemy activity and other events from the war in Afghanistan …
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk, Guardian, CNN, Media News, The Politico, The Atlantic Online, Mediaite, Embargo Watch, New York Magazine and Hot Air
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk: White House seeks to advise reporters over Wikileaks Afghanistan release
European Journalism Centre / Media News: US says Wikileaks could ‘threaten national security’
Glenn Thrush / The Politico: Times trio visited West Wing before Wiki bombshell
James Fallows / The Atlantic Online: On the AfPak / Wikileaks Documents
Glynnis MacNicol / Mediaite: Biggest Leak In US Military History: WikiLeaks Posts Thousands …
Josh Duboff / New York Magazine: Thousands of Secret Military Documents Released, Offer Grim Depiction …
Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
WikiLeaks May Have Just Changed the Media, Too — The website WikiLeaks has published more than 90,000 leaked U.S. military records about the war in Afghanistan. Marc Ambinder has a lot more about the content of the classified archive, but there's another fascinating aspect to the story …
Spencer Ackerman / Danger Room: WikiLeaks Drops 90,000 War Docs; Fingers Pakistan as Insurgent Ally
Greg Mitchell / The Nation: SPECIAL: WikiLeaks Bombshell on Afghan War HIghlighted by 'NYT," Hit By White House
Michael Shaw / BAGnewsNotes: Behind the Afghan War Logs: Can't Forgive, Won't Forget?
Steve Clemons / The Huffington Post: Seymour Hersh, the Afghanistan War WikiLeaks, and Getting the Real Story
Kevin Poulsen / Threat Level: Wikileaks Releases Stunning Afghan War Logs — Is Iraq Next?
Blake Hounshell / FP Passport: Is Wikileaks growing up? — Wikileaks, the controversial website …
John Battelle / FM Blog: Monday Signal: Summertime, and The Linkin' Is Easy...
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
NYT defends publishing leaked military records
NYT defends publishing leaked military records
Discussion: Guardian, New York Times, ReadWriteWeb, BBC News, The First Post, CNBC, The Atlantic Online and CNET News
Jack Bremer / The First Post: Fears for Bradley Manning after Wikileaks ‘dump’
Marc Ambinder / The Atlantic Online: Assessing WikiLeaks's Raw Data
Daniel Lyons / Newsweek:
Arianna's Answer — The Huffington Post may have figured out the future of journalism. But it's going to be a very difficult future. — Arianna Huffington at her home in July. — If you had to declare a winner among Internet media companies today, the victor easily would be Arianna Huffington.
Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
Media, Ad Industries to Study How Viewers Consume Media — Industry Group to Study How a Mobile Nation Uses Media — Some of the nation's biggest media companies and advertisers, seeking to develop new ways of measuring audiences, could make Apple Inc.'s iPhone the vehicle for a study …
Discussion: Search Engine Watch and paidContent
Nathan Linnell / Search Engine Watch: 6 Key Metrics for a Social Media Measurement Dashboard
David Kaplan / paidContent: iPhone Becomes Focus Of Media Measurement Consortium
A new journalism on the horizon — The delivery of news is rapidly changing — As people find new ways to access news in a post-print world, so the demands on those that deliver it is changing, says Andrew Marr, and this new media age could bring with it a better, more rigorous kind of journalism.
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: On the Horizon: Journalism by App
Chris Lefkow / Agence France Presse:
Fees for online news yet to succeed — Top technology and media executives wrapped up a three-day conference in Aspen, Colorado, during which they grappled with — and left unresolved — the question of whether readers will pay for news online. — Firmly in the paid camp in the “paid vs. free” …
Nicholas Watt / Guardian:
BBC website ‘needs clearer red lines’ — Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt praises corporation but also raises several concerns in Andrew Marr interview — The BBC needs “clearer red lines” around its website to allow competitors that depend on private revenue to survive, the government warned today.
Stefanie Cohen / New York Post:
Cashin' in on video — They're stars of the tiny screen — YouTube legends living unassumingly next door. — Almost 450,000 viewers tune in to 20-year-old Tessa Violet, a k a MeekaKitty, as she rants about infomercials, video games and whatever else pops in her mind while she hangs out in her mom's apartment.
Kim Masters / Hollywood Reporter:
Sumner Redstone's strange world: “He thinks he's Paul Newman” — EXCLUSIVE: THR learns his raunchy girl-band is a go at MTV as new details emerge — MTV has confirmed to THR that a reality show about an aspiring raunchy girl band favored by the boss, Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone …
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
Understanding the Digital Natives — They see life as a game. They enjoy nothing more than outsmarting the system. They don't trust politicians, medias, nor brands. They see corporations as inefficient and plagued by an outmoded hierarchy. Even if they harbor little hope of doing better …
Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
NBCU Creates Its Own Ad Network — NBCU has created its answer to an online ad network—though one comprised solely of its owned-and-operated sites. — Called Universal Audience Platform (UAP), the group, which will have its own logo and staff, will be headed by Nick Johnson, svp, NBCU Digital Media Sales.
David Kaplan / paidContent: NBCU Unveils Ad Net For Station Sites
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Advertising is next — Condé Nast is a house built on smoke and mirrors — that is, to say, on brand advertising. So it is astonishing to hear its CEO, Chuck Townsend, essentially toss the company's business model out the window of the Death Star in what The Times frames as …
Discussion: news i/o
Ian Lamont / news i/o: A demand curve for paid online news
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times: Condé Nast Is Changing Its Blueprint