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10:00 PM ET, September 7, 2010

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Choire / The Awl:
Gawker Media Now Bigger Than All Newspapers Online — Except One  —  The latest traffic memo arrives from Gawker Media honcho Nick Denton: in it, Comscore shows that his network of sites is bigger than any newspaper online but the New York Times.  That being said?  “The newspapers are now the least of our competition.
Guardian:
Key witness will testify on News of the World phone hacking  —  • Ross Hall transcribed hacked voicemail for other journalists  —  • Police likely to interview Andy Coulson, says Met officer  —  • New inquiry launched by home affairs select committee
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Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
NY Times will not assist police investigation of tabloid
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
How readers consume their news online is changing journalism, but it's not just about the clicks  —  I can no longer file a story in our computer system without filling out a box, a small gray square that may well determine the future of serious journalism.  —  The box is supposed …
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The Atlantic Online:
When ‘Bite Me’ Is ‘Off the Record’  —  A day after Rolling Stone Magazine published an explosive profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, featuring raw comments and salty language, a sort of self-generated audit of Washington's journalistic conventions took off inside the Beltway.
Discussion: Mediaite and The Awl
/ Jay Rosen:
The Journalists Formerly Known as the Media: My Advice to the Next Generation  —  This is adapted and expanded from the Inaugural Lecture I gave to the incoming class of journalism students at Science Po in Paris, September 2, 2010: their first day.  You can find reports on the speech in English here …
Taylor Buley / Buleyean String:
HP Breaks Its Own News With Lawsuit Over Hurd's Move To Oracle  —  HP announced on Tuesday that it is pursuing a civil case against HP chief exec-turned-Oracle-exec Mark Hurd “to protect HP's trade secrets” as Hurd transitions to a new gig as part of the Oracle triumvirate.
Marisa Guthrie / Broadcasting & Cable:
Network News Changes: Just A Matter of Time  —  Execs may issue denials about possible deals such as ABC/Bloomberg or CBS/CNN, but the partnerships seem to have a whiff of inevitability  —  There's a lot of juicy gossip swirling in media circles these days regarding who may be getting into bed with whom …
Andrew Fitzgerald / Promiscuous Intelligence:
Citizen Medicine and Citizen Journalism  —  In my many Google Alerts is one for “citizen journalism.”  I get some interesting material from it and most often it's people picking on the subject in defense of “real journalism” (which I do not have a Google Alert set up for.)
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
IPad Magazine Subscriptions, With a Catch: Zinio Launches Apps for Sporting News, National Geographic  —  Another day, another new iPad magazine app.  But the latest entry, from Sporting News, is worth mentioning, at least for its subscription model.  —  That is: Unlike much bigger rival …
CNN:
Exclusive first peek at ‘Parker Spitzer’  —  CNN announces the name and Oct. 4th premiere date for the Kathleen Parker and Eliot Spitzer program, weeknights at 8 p.m. ET.
The Man Booker Prize for Fiction:
Man Booker Prize 2010 shortlist announced  —  Judges decide on six shortlisted titles  —  Peter Carey, Emma Donoghue, Damon Galgut, Howard Jacobson, Andrea Levy and Tom McCarthy are today, Tuesday 7 September, announced as the six shortlisted authors for the 2010 Man Booker Prize for Fiction.
Bloomberg:
Samsung Electronics May Use Google's Android Software in TVs  —  Samsung Electronics Co., the world's largest television manufacturer, may make sets run by Google Inc.'s software to compete with Sony Corp. and Apple Inc. in the market for TVs that access movies, shows and games online.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
The Atlantic Will Follow Paid iPad Edition With New ‘Atlantic Premium’  —  The Atlantic is the latest to mine for gold in the iPad App Store with single issues for sale at $4.99—but that's just one part of a grander digital scheme.  In coming weeks, the magazine publisher plans …
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“A completely new model for us”: The Guardian gives outsiders the power to publish for the first time  —  Last week, the Guardian launched a network of science blogs with a goal that perfectly mixed science with blog: “We aim to entertain, enrage and inform.”
Discussion: Editors Weblog
 
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Nieman Foundation News:
Nieman Foundation and Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting join forces …
Lois Beckett / The Snitch:
NPR Takes ‘Web-First’ Approach to Blogging. What Does That Mean?
Lucas Graves / CJR:
Traffic Jam  —  We'll never agree about online audience size
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Croydon Advertiser turns into a freesheet
Discussion: Press Gazette
Eliot Van Buskirk / Epicenter:
Google TV Revealed: One Screen to Rule Them All
New York University:
The New York Times, NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute …
Discussion: Lost Remote
Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
AOL, Ellen DeGeneres' Telepictures Ink Promo Deal
 Earlier Picks: 
Elizabeth Olson / New York Times:
Marketing Fanciful Items in the Lands of Make Believe
Discussion: ReveNews and broadstuff
Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
The new Hollywood Reporter: ‘Team Janice’ and ... Everyone Else
Discussion: New York Observer
Ian Shapira / Washington Post:
Washington Times struggles amid divisions of family, ideology, finances
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
The Attack Of Branded Content: Who Will Control TV On The Web? (TCTV)
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Links: Not Just the Currency of the Web, but the Soul
Jemima Kiss / Guardian:
Random House and Stardoll co-launch online story project
Steven Kurutz / Speakeasy:
William Gibson On the Future of Publishing: Made to Order Books