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7:45 AM ET, November 4, 2010


 Top News: 
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
Regina McCombs / Mobile Media:
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 …
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Behind The Scenes of CNN's Election Tech: iPads, Magic Walls, Holograms, Twitter
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.
Dylan Stableford / The Wrap:   Driven by Fox News, News Corp. Sees 8% Profit Growth
Tommy Christopher / Mediaite:
Exclusive: Andrew Breitbart Says ABC ‘Humiliated’ Him, ‘Damaged’ His Brand  —  Under pressure from groups like Media Matters and Color of Change, ABC News first scaled back, and then canceled, Andrew Breitbart's planned participation in its Election Day coverage.
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
“I'm committed to the destruction of the old media guard.”
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Time Inc. Can't Wait For Google's Tablets  —  It's become standard issue for media executives to praise the iPad during public events.  Today Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes added a twist, by taking time to talk up tablets made by people other than Apple.  —  Here are Bewkes's prepared remarks from Time Warner's earnings call this morning:
Discussion: paidContent
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 …
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 /
‘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.
Mike Madden / City Desk:
Politico Celebrates Politico  —  Around the District last night, it wasn't hard to find somewhere to go watch election returns filter in.  Local Democrats gathered at Love.  National Democrats, for some reason, had a fancy party downtown; second-hand reports made clear it was only the place …
Brihendr / National Sports Journalism Center:
Daulerio: No regrets over ethical handling of Favre story  —  For a transcript of Tuesday's ethics discussion click here.  —  By BRIAN HENDRICKSON  —  IU National Sports Journalism Center Graduate Fellow  —  A.J. Daulerio says he found himself in the shadiest situation of his life this summer …
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Dish Exec: Hulu Is Destroying the TV Industry  —  Hulu users would wait a lot longer to catch up on their favorite shows, if Dish Network VP of Online Content Development and Strategy Bruce Eisen had his way.  “If I can watch Glee tomorrow morning and I don't have to pay a pay TV service …
The Solomon Scandals:
Washington Post hyperlocal launch expected in the ‘late spring,’ Post source tells me  —  So what's “close”—the word used in speculating on the Washington Post's hyperlocal launch"?  —  Psst!  A Post source tells me he expects the launch to happen in the “late spring.”
Discussion: Mixed Media and TBD All News
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Texas Tribune Shows Non-Profit Doesn't Mean Non-Growth  —  There are plenty of bad-news stories in the media industry, so it's nice to hear from a company that is not only beating its revenue and traffic targets, but seeing what it calls “hockey stick” growth.
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
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