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10:10 PM ET, November 3, 2010

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Regina McCombs / Poynter Online:
The iPad Election: Not quite ready to declare victory for mobile  —  I love election night.  It's my favorite non-holiday night every other year.  For 25 years, I spent it at someone's campaign headquarters.  Working at Poynter has led to severe election withdrawal, and I was looking forward …
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Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Behind The Scenes of CNN's Election Tech: iPads, Magic Walls, Holograms, Twitter  —  Walking into CNN's newsroom is like walking into Best Buy during the holidays: gigantic flat panel displays are plastered all over the hangar-like space; people are running around frantically with laptops …
Discussion: Inside Cable News, via:ellmcgirt
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
For Fox News, Most Viewers Ever for a Midterm Election  —  Television reporters covering Rand Paul's election night victory party in Bowling Green, Ky.  —  As a Republican wave swept across the United States on Tuesday, the Fox News Channel enjoyed its biggest midterm election audience ever.
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable and Gawker
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
News Corp. Puts MySpace on Double Secret Probation  —  That big MySpace relaunch we read about last week?  That's all fine and good.  —  But the troubled Web property is a...really troubled Web property, its News Corp. parent stressed today.  And it needs to get its act together before it gets kicked off campus.
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Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:   Driven by Fox News, News Corp. Sees 8% Profit Growth
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
It's people!  Meet Soylent, the crowdsourced copy editor  —  The phrase “on-demand human computation” has a sinister tinge to it, if only because the idea of sucking the brain power out of a group of people is generally frowned upon.  And yet, if you call it “crowdsourcing” everything sounds so much friendlier!
Dan Trombetto / Folio:
Rising Stars: Ten Under 30  —  A look at publishing's new breed, from editors to CEOs.  —  While it's natural to worry about how the publishing industry is going to attract the next generation of media leaders, the fact is the industry is already seeing a demographic shift, with younger people taking on more leadership roles.
Discussion: Romenesko
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Twitter Promoted Tweets Come To Google  —  In a first ever move, Google is now carrying ads from someone else's ad network — Twitter's, as Google integrates Twitter's new Promoted Tweets into Google Realtime Search.  —  It's quite a coup for Twitter.  Not only did the company get Google …
Laura Oliver / Journalism.co.uk:
‘Why are we just doing static things?’:  Burt Herman talks dynamic storytelling with Storify  —  Tweet  —  Having a social media editor in the newsroom, someone who handles the official Twitter account say, while everyone carries on as before, isn't good enough for Burt Herman.
Ryan Nakashima / Canadian Press:
Google TV exec says broadcasters ‘misunderstand’ role of its online TV platform  —  LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Attempts by broadcasters to seek payment for allowing their online video to be viewed through Google Inc.'s new Web-connected TV platform represents a “misunderstanding” of what it is, a Google executive said Tuesday.
David Kaplan / paidContent:
AOL's Armstrong: All About ‘Content Exits’  —  AOL (NYSE: AOL) CEO Tim Armstrong began the company's Q3 earnings call talking about a three-pronged strategy around distribution.  That includes “communication products” like AOL mail, search, social media and its homepage, which was revamped this week.
New York Post:
Newsweek post yet to be filled  —  Tweet  —  Newsweek's new owner, Sidney Harman, now calls the fruitless merger talks involving Barry Diller, Tina Brown and The Daily Beast an “unfortunate dalliance” while he concedes that he is nowhere close to finding a permanent editor-in-chief.
Emily Bell:
W(h)ither the Times?  —  When it comes to paywalls around news websites, I sometimes wonder if we are becoming an international fraternity of cargo cultists.  The voodoo economics which accompanies the release of digital sales figures for The Times and Sunday Times is developing into its own art.
Erin Ailworth / Boston Globe:
Magazine sues Cambridge start-up  —  SCVNGR Inc., a Cambridge mobile gaming start-up backed by Google, is being sued by a bridal magazine publisher for trademark infringement over a name it has used to promote engagement ring scavenger hunts for jewelry store clients.
Discussion: Romenesko and mediabistro.com
Brad Stone / Business Week:
The New New Andreessen  —  With Andreessen Horowitz, visionary entrepreneur Marc Andreessen is trying to reinvent himself as a top-tier venture capitalist and world-class power broker  —  As Silicon Valley events go, it was an irresistible draw: Marc Andreessen, Web wunderkind turned venture capitalist …
 
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Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
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Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
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Thanks:laureni
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Nick Summers / New York Observer:
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Nat Ives / AdAge:
Boy Genius, Now Under Jay Penske's Wing, Aims to Grow Up
Ben Fritz / Company Town:
Hollywood studios grappling with when and where to release …
Discussion: /Film and GigaOM
The Independent:
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 Earlier Picks: 
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Rap, Parlayed Into Books
Discussion: New York Magazine
Dylan Tweney / The Atlantic Online:
The Undesigned Web  —  Design reigned supreme in the 20th century …
Discussion: Wired.co.uk
Julia Moskin / New York Times:
A New Flavor for Bon Appétit
Discussion: New York Observer
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
At My Wit's End: Jason Calacanis Threatens To Sue Us
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Federated Media Snaps Up BigTent
James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
On the Media: Is that a morning show or an infomercial?
Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley:
Allbritton backs broadband reclassification, net neutrality
Thanks:stiffjab
Erik Wemple / TBD All News:
Washington Post close on new hyperlocal sites