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7:15 PM ET, October 14, 2010

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Dana Davis Rehm / NPR:
Why Can't NPR Staff Go To ‘Rally To Restore Sanity’ Or ‘March To Keep Fear Alive’?  —  The answer is they can - if they are assigned to cover the events.  —  But news staff and others covered by NPR's ethics policy should not go.  —  We've received enormous attention from media …
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
NPR: Love ya, but you're wrong  —  NPR has told its staff they may not attend the Stewart/Colbert rallies in Washington at the end of the month.  I think they're terribly wrong here, following the journalistic worldview Jay Rosen calls the view-from-nowhere to its extreme and forbidding employees to be curious.
Discussion: Romenesko and New York Observer
Jeremy / @JeremyLittau:
Chile is a story about journalism's failure (updated)  —  Jay Rosen, as usual, beat me to the punch with his thoughts this morning on the Chile mine story.  This is why I tweet more than I blog; sometimes you just say it and fill in the gaps later.  I did a bit of mini-ranting last night, at least.
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
A Surge in Ratings as First Miners Appeared  —  More than 10 million people were watching CNN, Fox News and MSNBC as the first of 33 miners was were rescued in Chile Tuesday night, marking the beginning of the end of a two-month ordeal for the men trapped underground.
Wall Street Journal:
AOL, Firms Explore an Offer for Yahoo  —  AOL Inc. and several private-equity firms are exploring making an offer to buy Yahoo Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, devising a bold plan to marry two big Internet brands facing steep challenges.  —  Silver Lake Partners …
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
New York Post to Sell Subscriptions on the iPad  —  The New York Post is the latest newspaper to cross the iPad barrier, with a new, full-content tablet edition readers will be able to purchase as a monthly or annual subscription.  Why is this interesting?  Because the Post is, to my knowledge …
Dominic Ponsford / Editor's Blog:
The News of the World's paywall and why, for Rupert Murdoch, the internet is so over  —  The Times' all-or-nothing paywall was a shock to the system - but the News of the World's paywall move today was even more extreme.  —  Both are examples of the fact that, for Rupert Murdoch the internet is so over.
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Jim Romenesko / Romenesko:
Gawker boss: ‘We overtook Huffpo (temporarily)’  —  Memo to Gawker Media staff  —  From: Nick Denton  —  Subject: We overtook Huffpo (temporarily)  —  To: edit@gawker.com
Discussion: The Wire and New York Observer
Bill Simmons / ESPN:
The case of the accidental tweeter  —  I could give you a thousand guesses.  Wouldn't matter.  You'd never guess what I was doing when I accidentally tweeted “moss Vikings” last Tuesday night, inadvertently breaking news that the Patriots and Vikings were discussing a Randy Moss trade.
Liz Shannon Miller / NewTeeVee:
Blip.tv Predicts Best Quarter Yet for Web Creators  —  Blip.tv is predicting its best quarter ever for fourth quarter 2010, with sponsors for the next few months including EA Games, Samsung, Reebok, Kraft, Starbucks, Canon, American Express and Microsoft, and profits for web series creators will be bigger than ever.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Apple's Ping Wants Rock ‘n’ Roll, but No Sex and Drugs  —  Ping may never move beyond the “interesting idea, executed poorly” stage.  But it might!  And in any case, it's Apple, so if you're a music act you ignore it at your own risk.  —  Which means those acts need to create a “profile” for Steve Jobs's social network.
Foster Kamer / Runnin' Scared:
Media Moves: Nick Summers in The Koblin Spot at the New York Observer, Dana Rubinstein Out  —  ​The New York Observer's star media reporter John Koblin left his post there a few weeks ago to work with longtime Observer editor-in-chief Peter Kaplan at Fairchild Publications as Womens Wear Daily's Memo Pad reporter.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
The Wrap:
The Glitter's Gone From Celebrity Media Funds  —  Sticking a marquee name at the top of a private equity firm may open doors when it comes to raising money, but it turns out that having Bono as the name on the door doesn't bring big returns.  Especially when the U2 frontman has been dubbed “The Worst Investor in America.”
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Viral Video: CollegeHumor's Move From “Viral One-Offs” to Web Series  —  The national broadcast television networks aren't the only ones debuting a fall series season.  —  CollegeHumor Media, the online comedy video site, is also trying out three longer-term, weekly series rather than the more typical “viral one-offs,” it said.
Nick Fox / Diner's Journal:
Beard Awards Will Not Distinguish Between Online and Print Journalism  —  Do you write about food online or in print, for a magazine or a newspaper?  It no longer matters to the James Beard Foundation.  —  Starting next year, the Beard journalism awards — nominations for which will be …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Wayne Friedman / MediaPost:
NBCU, Google TV Ads Sever Partnership  —  Google TV Ads has taken a big blow, losing marquee NBC Universal cable networks as clients for selling TV ad time.  Others might be on the rocks as well.  —  The deal between Google TV Ads and NBC has been in effect for two years …
Discussion: AdAge, WebNewser and The Next Web
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Steve McClellan / Adweek Media Custom Reports:
NBC, Google Abort TV Ad-Sales Pact
 
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Laura Oliver / Journalism.co.uk:
BBC produces online tests to help public understand editorial changes
Connie Loizos / PE Hub Blog:
Justin.TV and Chief Business Officer Part Ways, One Week After VP of Product Departs
Discussion: VentureBeat and NewTeeVee
Suw / Strange Attractor:
Are journalisms start-ups being appropriately funded?
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Networking Blog:
Netgear gets back into Internet video with Roku
Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Digital Natives: More different than you think
Josh Tapper / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Does investing in print help the bottom line? …
Discussion: The Snitch and Romenesko
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Sergio Hernandez / Runnin' Scared:
SHOTS FIRED: Warring NYU Journos Will Destroy Each Other, and Then Themselves
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
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