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9:25 AM ET, November 1, 2010

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David Carr / New York Times:
Rally to Shift the Blame  —  In his new role as a political leader, which is what you call somebody if he hosts a rally on the Washington Mall for over 200,000 people, Jon Stewart was a little hemmed at the Rally to Restore Sanity on Saturday.  Because sanity should know no party, partisan rhetoric was not on the teleprompter.
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Jessica E. Vascellaro / Wall Street Journal:
Gawker to Drop Old Blog Look  —  Founder Denton Favors Newsmagazine Style, Refashioning Face of Online Media  —  Gawker Media founder Nick Denton, whose snarky approach has shaped the blogosphere's tone for years, is overhauling his sites to broaden their appeal, an attempted transformation …
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Russell Adams / Wall Street Journal:
Michaels Weighs Comeback Plans  —  Barely a week after an ignominious end to his career at Tribune Co., Randy Michaels said he hopes to return to the industry that didn't exactly embrace him.  —  “I may go buy some media, I may go run some media, I don't know,” he said.  “My phone's been ringing.
The Independent:
Stephen Glover: Two newspapers, two distinct readerships  —  Media Studies: I read one edition of i exhaustively having first filleted The Independent, and had little sense of déjà vu  —  Before the launch of i last Tuesday, there were two commonly expressed anxieties.
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Maggie Brown / Guardian:
The Prospect of Bronwen Maddox  —  Maddox is preparing to replace David Goodhart at the helm of the British monthly magazine - and hopes to give it ‘a clearer voice, at the argumentative centre of ideas’  —  Prospect, the current affairs magazine founded 15 years ago, has always …
Meg Pickard / Guardian:
Open door on ... guidelines for journalists using social media  —  The Guardian's head of digital engagement on ... the rules of participation  —  The US department-store chain Nordstrom famously gave new starters an 8in by 5in card as an employee handbook.
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Arthur S. Brisbane / New York Times:
Sharing Secrets at Arm's Length  —  THE two stories stood side by side: one said that Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was on the run, in fear of Western intelligence agencies and seen by some colleagues as “delusional,” “erratic” and “imperious.”  The other story?
Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
Alaska station says Breitbart Web site audio attack is bogus  —  Is another Andrew Breitbart Web site production about to be unmasked as bogus?  —  Breitbart's Big Journalism site is making an incendiary accusation: That reporters at the Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA were caught conspiring …
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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Politicians Are Fighting Mad, at the News Media  —  This year will likely go down in the history books as the year of the angry voter.  But 2010 will also be an election year notable for another kind of ire: when politicians let their contempt for the news media boil over.
Brian Morrissey / Adweek:
Publishers' iPad Apps: Hot or Not?  —  Such editions have disappointed, despite high hopes  —  The iPad dreams of magazine publishers could be the latest death by irrational exuberance.  —  Despite the optimism that greeted the new device, there is a danger that publishers are squandering …
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Keisha C. Frazier / ONA10:
Online Journalism Awards honor the best of the best  —  Online Journalism Awards recognized journalists for their compelling pieces this year.  General Excellence in Online Journalism award winners include msnbc.com, California Watch and the Center for Investigative Reporting, The Texas Tribune …
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Keeping the Party Going at Viacom  —  Philippe Dauman says he paid his way through college in part by playing poker.  Now the Viacom Inc. CEO is making bets in an arena with high stakes for the media business: putting traditional content on the Web.  —  Viacom, a media company …
Steve Coll / CJR:
Reboot  —  An open letter to the FCC about a media policy for the digital age  —  Welcome back to Washington, belatedly.  It was a year ago that the Federal Communications Commission announced your appointment as senior adviser and leader of the Future of Media Project …
Jeremy W. Peters / Media Decoder:
Time Magazine's Odd but Unintentional Pairing  —  Talk about a mismatch.  —  Time magazine's election preview issue contains four separate inside covers, each one featuring a Republican or Tea Party candidate prominent in politics this year: Rand Paul, Meg Whitman, Marco Rubio and Christine O'Donnell.
 
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