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6:45 PM ET, October 11, 2010

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Ben McGrath / New Yorker:
SEARCH AND DESTROY  —  Nick Denton's blog empire.  —  For years after starting Gawker Media, the online publishing network, in 2002, Nick Denton ran the company out of his apartment, in SoHo.  “He said, ‘If you run it out of your house, then no one expects anything,’ ” …
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Felix Salmon:
Gawker's numbers  —  Ben McGrath's long-awaited New Yorker profile of Nick Denton is out, and it has (unsourced) numbers: … All of these numbers are lower than I would have expected.  The Gawker Media Network gets 447 million pageviews per month, of which 320 million are in the U.S …
Discussion: City Room and Mediaite
The Wrap:
Arianna's $250K Bus to Jon Stewart Rally a ‘Shock’ at HuffPo HQ  —  Arianna Huffington's surprise gift to Jon Stewart — a convoy of shuttle buses to his “Rally to Restore Sanity” in Washington — was an even bigger surprise to the folks at the Huffington Post.
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Freed Journalist Laura Ling Will Host ‘E! Investigates’  —  Laura Ling, who was detained in North Korea with a colleague from Current TV last year, is restarting her television career at a channel much closer to home — E!, the entertainment channel.  —  Ms. Ling has been hired to host “E! …
New York Times:
After Building an Audience, Twitter Turns to Ads  —  Twitter at last looks serious about making money.  —  In the last two weeks, the company has introduced several advertising plans, courted Madison Avenue at Advertising Week, the annual industry conference, and promoted Dick Costolo …
Robert Hernandez / Online Journalism Review:
Storify's Burt Herman on the evolution from reporter to entrepreneur  —  By Robert Hernandez: For this week's post, I sat down with Burt Herman (@burtherman), entrepreneurial journalist who is the CEO of Storify and founder of Hacks/Hackers.  —  NOTE: We did the Q & A-style interview …
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Telegraph:
Andrew Marr attacks ‘inadequate, pimpled and single’ bloggers  —  Andrew Marr, the BBC political presenter, has dismissed bloggers as “inadequate, pimpled and single” loners who rant about the world from the safety of their mothers' basements.  —  The so-called “citizen journalists” …
Mindy McAdams / Teaching Online Journalism:
Boring old news media: Still boring, still old  —  I was just rereading a post by Steve Yelvington — whom I used to call the smartest man in online journalism (and he may still be — it's just that there are so many more people in it now, it's hard to name just one).
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
New Web Code Draws Concern Over Privacy Risks  —  Worries over Internet privacy have spurred lawsuits, conspiracy theories and consumer anxiety as marketers and others invent new ways to track computer users on the Internet.  But the alarmists have not seen anything yet.
Bill Carter / New York Times:
CBS Is a Network on a Roll  —  Three weeks into a new television season, the usual carnage is becoming apparent, with new shows collapsing and crises appearing all over network prime-time schedules.  —  Except in one place.  —  At CBS, a network that unashamedly embraces the supposedly dying notion …
Lucia Moses / Mediaweek:
What Should Hugo Do?  —  The New York Times Magazine has long been one of the most important magazines in the country, and many journalists and readers would argue, among the most boring.  —  Now, after a long competition, it has a new editor, Hugo Lindgren, from Bloomberg Businessweek.
Discussion: BuzzMachine, The Wrap and Romenesko
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
The oversimplified coverage of ‘tough-talking’ Rahm Emanuel  —  Rahm Emanuel's candidate may have won the presidency, but that didn't dull Emanuel's serrated edge.  —  “He's a guy who stabbed a steak knife into the table at Doe's restaurant after Bill Clinton's election,” his former colleague Paul Begala recalls.
Alan Rusbridger / Guardian:
What is the future of the fourth estate?  —  Kicking off Cif's new series of long-form blogs, your thoughts, please, on the three-way split in today's news media  —  Natalie Hanman, the editor of Comment is free, is launching a new series of long-form blogs in which a writer is given space …
Discussion: BuzzMachine
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Bloomberg Plans a Data Service on the Business of Government  —  Ambition and confidence have never been in short supply at Bloomberg L.P.  —  Chapter 4 of Michael R. Bloomberg's autobiography, the part in which he describes conceiving the idea for Bloomberg News in the late 1980s, is titled …
Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:
Mixpo Unveils Tools To Move TV Ad Budgets Online  —  Google TV and Apple TV will change the dynamics between television and online advertising, but Mixpo, a video ad provider, still plans to make an impact on the TV-to-Web conversion.  —  Going after the budgets allocated to TV advertising …
 
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Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider:
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Washington Post:
Cable news chatter is changing the electoral landscape
Anthony Crupi / Mediaweek:
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Joe Moran / Guardian:
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Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
Disney's new president of marketing and Hollywood novice MT Carney …
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Andrew Hampp / AdAge:
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