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7:15 AM 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).
Horace Dediu / asymco:
The integrated iPad news daily: Read all about it!
Discussion: Gizmodo and Electronista
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Steve Jobs and Rupert Murdoch, BFF?
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.
Discussion: paidContent and Editor's Blog
Michael Cieply / Media Decoder:
A Movie Critic Loses Her Screening Privileges (But Gets 'Em Back)  —  LOS ANGELES — Was it something I said?  —  Debbie Schlussel, the Michigan-based blogger and movie critic, was left to wonder whether she had offended the powers at Paramount Pictures when she learned last month …
Discussion: Debbie Schlussel
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 …
Halfdan Hussey / The Wrap:
Silicon Valley and Hollywood: Strange Bedfellows  —  For years Silicon Valley and Hollywood have attempted to unite and partner.  Why hasn't it worked so well to date?  How can we create a better outcome?  —  Partnerships are created when two forces that share a similar goal and vision come together.
Andy Plesser / The Huffington Post:
Google TV's Choudhary: We “Never Intended to Replace Cable or Satellite”  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif — Google TV was never intended to replace subscriptions to cable or satellite TV, but to integrate Web video and apps with television offerings, says Google's Saluhuddin Choudhary, project manager, in this interview with Beet.TV
Stuart Elliott / New York Times:
An Old Industry Name Signals a Shift Into a New Era  —  THE comedian Fred Allen liked to say that Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn sounded “like a trunk falling down a flight of stairs.”  These days, the agency goes by BBDO, but part of its former name is being revived for a new consulting unit.
Bill Carter / New York Times:
Comcast's Plans for Executives Offer Clues to Future of NBC  —  Comcast did not initiate a broad Sherman's March through the management of NBC Universal last week when it announced its new executive lineup in anticipation of the government's approval of its takeover.  The move was more surgical than scorched-earth.
WWD Media Headlines:
Memo Pad: Kate Middleton, Cover Girl... Jones Empowerment  —  KATE MIDDLETON, COVER GIRL: Move over, teen moms from middle America, it looks like Kate Middleton will be the new queen of celebrity weeklies for a while.  After an eight-year courtship, it was announced last week that Middleton …
Emily Steel / Wall Street Journal:
LeBron James Ad Asks for It  —  In an arty, soul-searching 90-second Nike commercial released in October, basketball star LeBron James asks repeatedly, “What should I do?”  —  Angry fans, in loud and blistering terms, have been telling him.  —  Myriad remixes and spoofs of the ad …
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Brad Feld / Feld Thoughts:
The End of My Paid Subscription Content Experiment  —  At the beginning of October, I wrote a post titled New Email Newsletter on Work-Life Balance where I decided to try a new email newsletter tool called Letter.ly to produce a paid email newsletter on work-life balance ($1.99 / month).
 
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