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7:00 AM ET, September 12, 2010

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yelvington.com:
Nine years of insanity, and journalism shares the blame  —  It is nine years now since the day America lost its mind.  Since the day a small band of hate-filled terrorists opened the door to madness, and our nation walked right through.  Since the day when the entire world was moved to stand as one …
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
The Death Of The RSS Reader  —  A weekly look at a story that is defining the news.  —  IAC (NSDQ: IACI) notoriously let Bloglines deteriorate since buying it five years ago; the company outsourced the RSS reader's engineering team to China several years ago and by the time it made the announcement today …
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Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Exclusive: IAC Finally Kills Off Bloglines
Guardian:
Henry Porter  —  As angry MPs agree witnesses should be called to account over the phone-hacking affair, Henry Porter and Will Hutton examine the wide influence of the media empire behind the scandal  —  The malign influence of Rupert Murdoch on British life
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Nicholas Watt / Guardian:
MPs backed down from calling Rebekah Brooks to Commons
Discussion: Press Gazette
Tom Lowry / Variety:
Media congloms: once burned, twice shy  —  Congloms wary, but climate could spur new wave  —  The bruising recession of the past two years clearly has left its imprint on the entertainment business, with spending going from profligate to prudent.  Companies are hoarding unprecedented amounts of cash …
NPR's On the Media:
New and Old Media in Post-Katrina New Orleans  —  Five years ago, Hurricane Katrina wreaked profound devastation on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.  The Times-Picayune and other outlets were praised for their coverage of the aftermath, but with countless government meetings and public forums to cover …
Peter Kirwan / Wired News:
What's Hiding in Demand Media's Finances?  —  If you believe the hype, Demand Media represents the beginning of the end for everything that's noble about journalism.  —  Coincidentally, Richard Rosenblatt's company, which runs sites like eHow, Cracked.com and Livestrong.com …
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Revealing Little, and Hoping It Will Make Viewers Want More  —  HARDLY a weekday goes by without a Twitter message or a Facebook post from Blair Underwood, one of the stars of “The Event,” NBC's single greatest hope for the fall television season.  —  The actor — or his digital assistant …
Discussion: TVbytheNumbers and Company Town
Ian Fullerton / Chicago Reader:
Everybody's a Reporter  —  The city makes it easier for journalists of all stripes to get to where the action is.  —  What does it mean to be a journalist?  That's a complicated question these days, but in Chicago for decades there's been a rule of thumb.
Discussion: Romenesko
Chicago Sun Times:
“Roger Ebert presents At the Movies”  —  “Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies,” a weekly half-hour film review program, was announced today by its producers, Chaz and Roger Ebert.  The program continues the 35-year-old run of a reviewing format first introduced by Gene Siskel and Ebert and later by Ebert and Richard Roeper.
Knowledge@Wharton:
Posterous' Sachin Agarwal: In Search of ‘the Easiest Way to Publish Online’  —  When Sachin Agarwal wanted to publish content online, he found that sites like YouTube and Flickr only took him part of the way.  They did their jobs well, but there was no site offering a way to integrate photos, text and video into a single product.
Andy P / WordPress.com News:
Introducing Subscriptions  —  Keep track of posts across multiple blogs with the subscriptions reader.  —  Do you have trouble keeping track of all the blogs you read each morning?  You may use RSS feeds to keep track, but those can be tricky to manage for a non-technical person.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and The Next Web
Michael Learmonth / AdAge:
Yes, That's The Wall Street Journal Tracking You  —  Aggressive Re-Targeting For Subscriptions and No Obvious Way to Opt Out  —  The Wall Street Journal is bringing some needed attention to the online privacy issue.  Its series, ‘What They Know’ has detailed the buying …
 
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Nicholas Carlson / The Wire:
BuzzFeed Founder Jonah Peretti Explains Why A Picture Of Lindsay …
Hunter Walker / The Wrap:
ABC Marketing Co-Head Mike Benson Steps Down
Rachel Sklar / Mediaite:
If It's San Bruno That's Burning And Not The Koran, Will The Cable Nets Notice?
Jeremy W. Peters / Media Decoder:
Pentagon Loosens Restrictions for Press in Guantánamo
Discussion: Romenesko
Jason Zaragoza / posting.altweeklies.com:
Former Boston Phoenix Editor Lands at AOL
 Earlier Picks: 
Foster Kamer / Runnin' Scared:
Fidel Castro Thinks Jeffrey Goldberg is a Dick, Misunderstood by Blogger (Update!)
Discussion: Bloomberg and Mediaite
Kevin Allocca / TVNewser:
Florida Runs Your News
Libby Reinish / Save the News Blog:
No More Bleeding Ledes, Please