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11:50 AM ET, December 30, 2010

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Blake Hounshell / FP Passport:
The curious case of Glenn Greenwald vs. Wired magazine  —  I love a good blog fight as much as anyone, but after reading several thousand words of accusations and counter accusations being slung between Salon blogger Glenn Greenwald and Wired's Evan Hansen and Kevin Poulsen …
Discussion: MediaPost and Yahoo! News
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Felix Salmon:
The evanescence of Twitter debates  —  Rob Beschizza has a very good post on the dynamics of the spat between Wired.com and Glenn Greenwald.  For an excellent overview of the fight and what it's about, I recommend Blake Hounshell.  But Rob picks up on something else:
Discussion: Boing Boing
Joe Mullin / paidContent:
Court To AFP: Pics Aren't Free Just Because They're On Twitter  —  Agence France-Presse stunned the Twitter-sphere last month when the wire service defended itself against a copyright claim brought by Daniel Morel, a photographer who captured iconic images of the Haiti earthquake …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and Lost Remote
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Venkat / Technology & Marketing Law Blog:
Court Rejects Agence France-Presse's Attempt to Claim License to Haiti Earthquake Photos Through Twitter/Twitpic Terms of Service — AFP v. Morel  —  [Post by Venkat with a few comments from Eric]  —  Agence France Presse v. Morel, 10 Civ. 2730 (WHP) (S.D.N.Y.; Dec. 23, 2010)
Discussion: New York Observer
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Evan Williams: The Challenges of a Web of Infinite Info  —  Evan Williams and I have known each other for a long time.  From a struggling entrepreneur who started Blogger, to a successful founder who got liberal funding for his podcasting start-up Odeo, to the accidental launch of Twitter …
Erik Sass / MediaPost:
Online Ad Revenue to Grow 10% in 2011, S&P Predicts  —  Online advertising revenue and online retail spending will both grow by 10% in 2011, according to the latest forecast from S&P Equity Research, which also issued predictions about major players and the industry as a whole — not all of them rosy.
Mark Walsh / MediaPost:
Pew: Two-Thirds of Web Users Buy Online Content  —  The paid-content model made a comeback of sorts in 2010 as newspapers, broadcasters and other types of media companies started or resumed charging fees for access to their Internet and mobile offerings.  The New York Times in January …
Discussion: New York Times
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
The best long-form media writing of 2010, magazine edition  —  In case you're looking to catch up on some reading during the holiday lull, here are The Cutline's favorite long-form magazine pieces about media from the past year:  —  1. “Roger Ebert: The Essential Man,” Feb. 16, Esquire
Fortune:
Lack of demand for Demand Media  —  Sure the content mill has found a way to survive and thrive for years now.  But a planned IPO has exposed weaknesses in its business model and accounting methods.  Can Demand Media survive, let alone thrive?  —  By Dan Mitchell, contributor  —  The websites of Demand Media
Marie-Lou Fernandes / The Huffington Post:
Paid News, Treaties and the Indian Media: The Cause Is the Corporation  —  Just when you thought you'd seen it all, more dirt surfaces.  Dirt that's quite old actually — about how the news corporation swallowed the free press — common knowledge for years, front page news material …
Discussion: Times of India
Mandy / Zombie Journalism:
New media ethics, same as old media ethics  —  Earlier this week, the Patch site in Palo Alto apologized after a freelancer plagiarized a story from another website.  An apology posted on the site stated that copy was lifted from VentureBeat, an online tech news site.
Jonathan Gold / LA Weekly:
Two Cheers for Anonymity  —  Red Medicine panicked in outing Times' Virbila, but did no lasting harm  —  Anonymity, it has long been held, is the proper state of being for restaurant critics, who would otherwise be feted with rare wines, exquisite nibbles and a level of hospitality unavailable …
Discussion: LA Observed
Richard Sandomir / New York Times:
In NBC's Shadow, Comcast Ponders an Olympic Plunge  —  Does Comcast cherish the Olympics with the same fervor as did General Electric, which has paid billions to make NBC the network of the Summer and the Winter Games for a generation?  —  The question arises because Comcast …
Discussion: Company Town and TVWeek.com
 
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
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Ryan Sholin / Invisible Inkling:
So long, ReportingOn  —  In 2008, I was awarded a Knight News …
San Francisco Peninsula Press Club:
Bay Citizen to spend $5 million in one year
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