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1:50 AM ET, November 17, 2010


 Top News: 
David Carr / Media Decoder:
Sasha Frere-Jones, New Yorker's Music Critic, Will Be Editor at News Corp.'s iPad Newspaper  —  Sasha Frere-Jones, a music critic at The New Yorker, will become the culture editor of The Daily, News Corporation's so-called iPad newspaper which is currently in development …
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Masthead for News Corp's tablet ‘newspaper’ is starting to fill up  —  News Corp. has so far managed to keep the details of its nascent tablet “newspaper” under lock and key.  But it appears that the forthcoming digital publication, simply called The Daily, is starting to take shape.
Discussion: Romenesko
Nick Summers / New York Observer:
The Tina Brown Turnaround  —  Tina Brown was in a state.  It was Tuesday morning, Nov. 9, and the Daily Beast editor was in Barry Diller's office at IAC headquarters on the West Side.  Talks with Sidney Harman about merging the site with his recently acquired Newsweek were back on—big time …
Matthew Creamer / AdAge:
Why Tina Brown Might Not Be Crazy to Kill
Discussion: GigaOM
Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
Fixing NBC will be priority for new chief of NBC Universal  —  Steve Burke will become CEO when Comcast takes over the media company.  He is expected to install two experienced TV executives at the broadcast network when he unveils his management lineup.  —  When Comcast Corp.'s Steve Burke assembled …
Discussion: Company Town
Not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be:
Cooks Source crams the other foot in there, still doesn't get it  —  I'd more or less stopped paying attention to the Cooks Source thing; nihilistic_kid declared victory and walked away, the entire Internet seemed to know that it was a publication based on plagiarism.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
2 Dems claim Arianna Huffington stole website idea  —  Two Democratic consultants are accusing Arianna Huffington and her business partner of stealing their idea for the powerhouse liberal website Huffington Post.  —  Peter Daou and James Boyce charge that Huffington and partner Ken Lerer designed …
Joel Meares / CJR:
Jim VandeHei Talks Politico Pro  —  “We're going to dig really deep... really cover what's happening.”  —  Politico has just announced it will be launching a subscriber service, Politico Pro, next February.  According to a press release, Politico Pro's expected staff of forty journalists will provide …
Discussion: Romenesko and The Politico, via:romenesko
James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
On the Media: Buzz Bissigner's double-barreled tweets  —  The author of ‘Friday Night Lights’ takes on politicians, journalists and even friends in 140-character blasts.  —  It was just after 7:30 last Saturday morning when anyone following Buzz Bissinger's Twitter feed might have sensed …
Bobbie Johnson / GigaOM:
Struggling Six Apart Begged for $2M Loan  —  When blogging pioneer Six Apart announced in September that it was being purchased by ad network VideoEgg and being folded into a new company, Say Media, the deal confirmed what many had been saying for some time: the once-hot startup had been left …
David Kaplan / paidContent: Partners With CityGrid On Targeted Local Ads  —  Hyperlocal news aggregator has been testing targeted ads from IAC's CityGrid ad network.  CityGrid, parent of the Citysearch local guide network, has been exploring partnerships with other community marketers since the spring …
The Huffington Post:
CBS Anchor Erica Hill On Covering The Royal Engagement  —  Erica Hill, the news anchor for CBS' “The Early Show,” doesn't jump on a plane and rush to another country for just any story.  But the news of Prince William's impending marriage to Kate Middleton was irresistible — to Hill's boss, at least.
Jason Fry / National Sports Journalism Center:
The Sports-News Ecosystem Begins With the Link  —  Earlier this month, the National Sports Journalism Center held a panel discussion called “Where's the Line?” that sought to examine a host of digital-era questions: What information can you trust?  Is the mainstream media taking up stories before they're properly verified?
Discussion: Romenesko
Focusing Your News Challenge Application: Tips From Winners  —  As the Dec. 1 deadline for the Knight News Challenge approaches, we've asked past winners to offer their best application tips.  —  Here winner Aaron Presnall, who created a set of data visualization with challenge funds …
Google News Blog:
Credit where credit is due  —  News publishers and readers both benefit when journalists get proper credit for their work.  That can be difficult, with news spreading so quickly and many websites syndicating articles to others.  That's why we're experimenting with two new metatags for Google News …
Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
Google CEO Schmidt Slams Broadcast Nets  —  A feisty Eric Schmidt fired back at the major broadcast networks over their reluctance to allow their content to be accessed via Google TV, implying that the execs simply don't get the concept of Web-enabled television—and that fear was driving their decisions.
Jessica Pressler / New York Magazine:
Joe Nocera Likes to Be Angry  —  Nocera, possibly exhibiting the alpha hold on co-author McLean.  —  And as you can see from the following Q&A, on the publication date of the Times columnist's comprehensive new financial crisis book with Bethany McLean, All the Devils Are Here, we were of course only too happy too oblige.
C.W. Anderson / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“That heady feeling of being totally integrated”: The elusive promise of community, flattened and “real”  —  In the future-of-journalism business, we're obsessed with adoption: getting online, getting hip to the web, leaving old analog practices behind, embracing the interactivity of social media.
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Up for audit: ‘Checkbook journalism’ and the news groups that buy big stories  —  At first it was only supermarket tabloids like the National Enquirer that did it.  While the “respectable” media shunned the practice, the Enquirer developed a long and proud tradition of “checkbook journalism …
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
AOL's European Media Director Downing Has Left  —  The director of the AOL (NYSE: AOL) Media division in Europe, Julian Downing, has left the company, paidContent:UK has learned and confirmed.  —  It's thought Downing's role was made redundant, though AOL would not confirm.
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Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
NewsWorks: Back-to-the-future community news
Discussion: Newsworks
Ethan Klapper / 10,000 Words:
How they did it: The New York Times' budget interactive
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
New Forbes C.E.O. Mike Perlis weighs in on Lewis D'Vorkin's ‘content continuum’
Discussion: paidContent, Mixed Media and Romenesko
James Robinson / Guardian:
NoW boss: quality press sneers at working class
 Earlier Picks: 
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Ben Silverman's Electus Launches Online Morning Show ‘AOL Daybreak’
Discussion: MediaPost and New York Observer
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
New York Times restructures its Web newsroom
Discussion: New York Magazine
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Oprah Releases Mag App For The iPad; Ad Placements Are Limited And Premium
Ellie Behling / eMedia Vitals:
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NBC Universal International Acquires UK Production Company Monkey Kingdom
Leon Neyfakh / Bookish:
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Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
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