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11:05 AM ET, October 26, 2010

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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Politico, Seeing a Market Need, Adds a Paid News Service  —  To the rapidly growing field of Washington reportage, add one more entrant: Politico Pro.  —  Politico, the Web site and free daily publication that brought a 24-7 cable news sensibility to political reporting …
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Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
National Journal editor wants to ‘win the morning’ (and then some)  —  Editor-in-chief Ron Fournier has ambitious goals for the just-relaunched National Journal.  —  “We have got to win the morning,” Fournier said.  “We've got to win the afternoon.  And we've got to win the evening.
Discussion: Mediaite and FishbowlDC
Financial Times:
National Journal defies print logic
Thanks:dgelles
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
Claims of Good Faith, and Bad, in Cable Dispute  —  The high-stakes feud between the News Corporation and Cablevision reached the point of filing grievances before the Federal Communications Commission on Monday, with each side trying to prove that it had been bargaining in good faith — while charging that the other side had not.
Discussion: rbr.com, Gothamist and paidContent
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Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
No Longer ‘Must-See TV’  —  Drop in Thursday's Prime-Time Viewing Could Cost Marketers Weekend Shoppers  —  Television is losing ground in one of its most lucrative strongholds: Thursday nights.  —  Fewer people in the U.S. are watching Thursday prime-time TV so far this fall …
Discussion: Media Buyer Planner and TV Squad
Ian Austen / New York Times:
Globe and Mail Uses Old Weapons in Press War  —  TORONTO — Like many newspapers in North America, The Globe and Mail rushed out an iPad application.  But the technology that the 166-year-old Globe is really staking its future on is not the sort that immediately comes to mind in an increasingly digital world.
Discussion: Guardian, J-Source and The Wire
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
Katie Couric, On the Move  —  The CBS anchor is nearing the end of her contract—and signs point surprisingly to her staying put.  Howard Kurtz talks to her about her salary, her next move—and her love of the campaign trail.  —  Katie Couric is feeling liberated.
Discussion: Romenesko and The Wire
Nat Worden / Wall Street Journal:
‘Monday Night Football’ Goes Online for Subscribers  —  Time Warner Cable Inc. and ESPN are planning to serve up a bold cable-TV experiment in making programming available online behind a paywall, starting with this week's “Monday Night Football.”  —  The two companies say they will make …
James Fallows / The Atlantic Online:
Why NPR Matters (Long)  —  I have known and very occasionally worked with Juan Williams, and I don't want to say much about him.  I think Andrew Sullivan is very astute in pointing out the difference between the complex way Williams wrote about racial stereotypes and racial differences early in his career …
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Julian Lee / Sydney Morning Herald:
Murdoch calls on company troops to fight film PR blockade  —  Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Wendi, at the Academy Awards.  —  The world's largest media company, News Corporation, is threatening to deny coverage of movies starring artists who routinely refuse to give interviews to its outlets, one of its senior journalists has revealed.
Discussion: mediabistro.com and MediaPost
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
In Growing Up, Did Wikileaks Also Sell Out?  —  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.  Image via Wikipedia  —  One of the most noteworthy things about this past weekend's gigantic release of Iraq War documents by Wikileaks was what wasn't in it: the names of confidential informants who worked with American and Iraqi security forces.
Discussion: Gawker, Thanks:bcaulfield
Markcuban / blog maverick:
The Rule of Thumb on Disrupting Digital Businesses aka Why The internet is not disrupting TV  —  There is a widespread misconception that the common thread to industries that the Internet has disrupted is that the disrupted industries were or remain analog and the digital nature of the internet made it impossible for them to keep up.
Discussion: Podcasting News
Nat Ives / AdAge:
How to Read Newspapers' New Circulation Numbers  —  Industry's Circulation Decline Slows, But Dive Below the Top Line to Really Understand  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Newspapers' circulation losses have slowed further, to a 5% daily drop in the most recent report from an 8.7% decline …
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Why Content And Commerce Is A Marriage Made In Heaven  —  Frédéric Court is a partner at Advent Venture, an investor in Dailymotion, Qype and others.  —  The internet has disrupted both the media and the retail industries.  Now, new business models are emerging that blend the two together …
Kevin Nguyen / The Bygone Bureau:
On Editing: A Look Inside The Morning News, McSweeney's, and The Awl  —  The web has a reputation for being scrappier and looser with its editorial standards than traditional print outlets.  But even with fewer formal structures for editing and fewer editors, a handful of websites still publish …
Brian Steinberg / AdAge:
CW Says Study ‘Dispels Myth’ About Aversion to Ads in Online Video  —  Fans Watched 95% of Spots to Completion; Industry Sees Signs That Viewers Will Tolerate More Intrusion Into Shows  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — In the infant business of streaming TV shows online, media companies have long …
Discussion: paidContent and VideoNuze
rbr.com:
More newspaper companies partner with The Onion  —  Most recently The Onion has been in the news as the website which originated the “Sluts” video which led to Lee Abrams' ouster from The Tribune Company.  That's apparently not dissuading other major newspapers from partnering with the satirical news content company.
Foster Kamer / Runnin' Scared:
Why the New York Post's iPad App is Amazing, Awesome, and Completely Necessary (Video)  —  ​Remember that time Apple released this thing called the iPad and a bunch of people who worked in media were like ooh I wonder if it's going to save us so pretty wanna touch and everyone else …
 
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Anthony Kaufman / Speakeasy:
David Simon on ‘Treme’ and Why Journalism Might Not Be Doomed
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Michael Gross / Crain's New York Business:
Elvis has left the building
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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Just who does Jon Stewart think he is?
Discussion: Next Media Animation and Romenesko
Mike Hudack / NewTeeVee:
The Golden Age of Choice and Cannibalization in TV
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing:
Local newspaper boasts ultimate passive-aggressive paywall policy
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Brian Stelter / New York Times:
MTV Is Looking Beyond ‘Jersey Shore’ to Build a Wider Audience
Discussion: FishbowlNY
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Fred Vogelstein / Epicenter:
Behold, the Next Media Titans: Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon
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Jose Martinez / NY Daily News:
Mommy blogger Lyss Stern agreed to write puff piece to pay off …
Discussion: Romenesko, Gawker, Jezebel and Gothamist
Jack D. Lail / JackLail.com:
Free enterprise just hasn't been good for journalism
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
How can SPJ remain relevant in the Internet age?
Discussion: Net Worked
Max Read / Gawker:
State's Biggest Paper Refuses to Print (Legal) Gay Marriage Announcements
Discussion: WMUR
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
WSJ Doesn't Buy Into Amazon's ‘Buy Once, Read Everywhere’ Plans
Discussion: Editors Weblog and Poynter Online