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3:01 AM ET, November 3, 2010

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Matt Diaz / Nieman Journalism Lab:
It's election night: Here's what some news orgs (old & new) have planned  —  It's election day in the United States, and with election day comes election day coverage.  With more media players than ever aiming for their own slice of the audience, here are a few highlights of what they've got planned …
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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
The NYTimes.com Goes Live Tonight with Video News and Commentary, a First  —  Will Frank Rich beat Keith Olbermann in tonight's ratings around the election returns?  Probably not, but in a first, The New York Times is going live from its newsroom with reports and commentary on the mid-term election.
The Media Desk / Media Decoder:
Election Night: Live Blogging the Media Coverage  —  With issues like health care and the dismal economy on most voters' minds and the emergence of the Tea Party and new political personalities like Carly Fiorina and Christine O'Donnell, tonight's midterm election results are being covered …
Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Felix Salmon takes a blogging fellowship at CJR, has no problem annoying funder, Pete Peterson  —  Felix Salmon, who blogs on economics for Reuters, is heading to Columbia Journalism Review — sort of.  Salmon has signed on to a part-time fellowship covering, as CJR puts it …
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Dean Starkman / CJR:   Felix Salmon is the Columbia Journalism Review's New Peterson Fellow
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
It's Official: News Corp.'s Paywalls Are a Bust  —  After months of speculation about the impact of reader paywalls at two News Corp. newspapers in Britain — the Times and the Sunday Times — the media giant finally released some official numbers today, and they don't paint a very pretty picture.
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Laura Oliver / Journalism.co.uk:
News International publishes paywall figures, claims 105,000 online customers
Michael Calderone / Yahoo! News:
ABC News cuts ties with Breitbart on election day  —  Andrew Breitbart will not be a part of ABC News' election coverage on Tuesday night.  That goes for television, online, or any combination of the two.  —  Andrew Morse, executive producer of ABC News Digital, informed Breitbart on Tuesday …
CJR:
Escape the Silos  —  How the press can help rebuild the American conversation  —  In his wonderful book, The Earl of Louisiana, A. J. Liebling takes many a detour on his way to explaining that state, and in one of them he talks food.  Specifically, he asks why food is so great in New Orleans and so bad sixty miles or so to the north.
Erik Wemple / TBD All News:
Washington Post close on new hyperlocal sites  —  There's a new survey out from the Washington Post, and it fills out a pretty detailed picture of what the region's largest news provider has in mind for the Internet.  One of the questions:  —  “Please rate your level of interest in accessing …
Discussion: Romenesko
Ian Shapira / Post Now:
Washington Times sold to former execs  —  A group of fired Washington Times executives, led by the paper's founder and Unification Church patriarch Rev. Sun Myung Moon, has purchased the 28-year-old conservative newspaper from Moon's eldest son, saving it from a shutdown, according to a Times source.
Discussion: Romenesko and The Politico
Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley:
Allbritton backs broadband reclassification, net neutrality  —  Allbritton Communications, the parent company of NewsChannel 8 and Politico, is backing the Federal Communications Commission's plan to bring broadband Internet providers under greater regulation in order to enforce net neutrality.
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Larry Kramer / American Journalism Review:
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