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12:35 PM ET, November 22, 2010

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David Carr / New York Times:
A News Corp. Newspaper, but Not in Print  —  People who own an iPad will tell you it makes everything look sexier.  Maybe even a newspaper.  —  Rupert Murdoch, an old-timey newspaper romantic, has nonetheless deputized himself as the digital savior of paid content.
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
What Should An iPad Newspaper Look Like?  —  News Corp is taking the iPad very seriously as a new way to distribute the news.  The media giant is taking it so seriously that it is developing a new publication called the Daily which will only be available on the iPad (no print edition, no Website).
Discussion: Mixed Media and Media News
Horace Dediu / asymco:
The integrated iPad news daily: Read all about it!  —  When I wrote my opinion on the future of publishing (Citizen Publisher), I focused my lens on books and magazines.  Published works that have relatively low time-sensitivity and hence relatively long shelf life are quite different …
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Steve Jobs and Rupert Murdoch, BFF?
Discussion: Mashable!, SlashGear and Guardian
Ellen McGirt / Fast Company:
I Want My Twitter TV!  —  Blue Magic: From left, Robin Sloan, Chloe Sladden, and Ross Hoffman mash up anthropology and fun to make Twitter TV.  Photograph by Jill Greenberg  —  Why everyone — CNN, MTV, Conan, and even Google — is tweeting about the future of interactive entertainment.
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
For NBC Sale, Tensions Rise in Washington  —  Comcast is still in negotiations with the government over its proposed takeover of NBC Universal, but that did not stop the cable company from announcing a new management slate for the entertainment giant last week.
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Bill Carter / New York Times:   Comcast's Plans for Executives Offer Clues to Future of NBC
James Robinson / Guardian:
UK papers ‘too dependent on ads’  —  Book edited by Oxford University academics also claims there is no correlation between internet use and newspaper profitability  —  British newspapers are too dependent on advertising according to a new book edited by academics at Oxford University.
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James Robinson / paidContent:UK:   Oxford Academics: Web Not To Blame For Newspapers' Slide
Michael Learmonth / AdAge:
Old Media Decides Digital Still Needs a ‘Chief’  —  Time Inc., Gannett, Clear Channel and Wenner All Seek a New ‘CDO’  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — It's a good time to be a “chief digital officer,” or at least play one inside a media organization.  After a brief heyday mid-decade …
Discussion: Romenesko
Wall Street Journal:
Online TV Streams Come Under Fire  —  In the latest cat-and-mouse game between media companies and technology start-ups threatening to undermine their businesses, the big networks are intensifying their fight to stop Internet services that stream TV stations online.
Discussion: Company Town
Greg Sandoval / Media Maverick:
Netflix's secret sauce for acquiring content  —  If you're a Netflix subscriber, you should be happy with the sounds coming out of Hollywood.  —  One entertainment executive told me last week that other Web video companies looking for content should use Netflix as a model for how to work with the major studios.
Discussion: New York Post
Irina Slutsky / AdAge:
YouTube Readies New Ad Units That Users Can Skip  —  New Units Will Give Consumer's Choice — Even if That Choice Is to Opt Out  —  SAN FRANCISCO (AdAge.com) — Whether it's walking out of the room, fast-forwarding on a DVR or paying for premium cable, consumers are used to having choice with ads on TV.
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
Fighting Unlicensed Content With Algorithms  —  It's high time to fight the theft of news-related contents, really.  A couple of weeks ago, Attributor, a US company, released the conclusions of a five-month study covering the use of unauthorized contents on the internet.
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Resentment News (and More Blondes Per Square Foot): Explaining What Fox News Channel Is  —  Not sure whether I will continue to do these things, but I recorded my second Late Night with PressThink video.  It tries to explain “what Fox News actually is, which really means explaining it to myself...”
Hendrik Hertzberg / New Yorker:
Glenn Beck's George Soros shows.  —  It's hardly news when Fox News airs something nasty.  This time, though, it's personal—or, at least, institutional.  Recently, the nation's highest-rated cable-news network's biggest star devoted three hour-long episodes of his program to an attack on a single prominent citizen.
Discussion: Mediaite
Kevin / Strange Attractor:
Journalism: What added value will add revenue?  —  It's always good to hear someone of Alan Rusbridger's stature extol the virtues of journalists collaborating with their audiences as he did last week in Australia.  It was one of the benefits of working at The Guardian as blogs editor …
Discussion: Howard Owens and ABC News
Peter Lauria / The Daily Beast:
Kanye Inc.  —  Kanye West's new album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, comes out Monday.  His manager talks exclusively to Peter Lauria about the rapper's plans to expand the Kanye brand.  —  Bad news for Taylor Swift, President Bush, Matt Lauer, and any other Kanye West haters out there …
Discussion: Speakeasy and New York Magazine
 
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