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3:25 PM ET, February 2, 2011

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The Daily:
Introducing The Daily  —  New York, NY, February 2, 2011 - Today Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of News Corporation, unveiled The Daily — the industry's first national daily news publication created from the ground up for iPad.  “New times demand new journalism,” said Mr. Murdoch.
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Kit Eaton / Fast Company:
Apple and News Corp's “The Daily” Hits the iPad for $0.99 Weekly, $40 Yearly [Video]  —  The media world has been impatiently waiting for Apple's iPad daily newspaper, built as a collaboration between Steve Jobs' company and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. for months.
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News:
News Corp.'s ‘The Daily’ to debut Wednesday (live blog)  —  There hasn't been this much buzz about a News Corp. digital product since the heyday of MySpace, but we're sure that the people behind “The Daily”—a highly anticipated daily news publication designed for the iPad—are hoping for better long-term sustainability.
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
All The Daily Details  —  This morning we got all the details on Murdoch's The Daily iPad newspaper, leaked by Rupert himself.  Now, the app is ready for download.  $40 will get you a subscription to 365 days of these contents:  —  • Over 100 pages of original news, life, entertainment …
Mark Milian / CNN:
A peek at The Daily's iPad news app  —  (CNN) — News Corporation owns several publications that are more than a century old.  On Wednesday, the company will announce and then begin distributing its brand-new take on a news outfit built for the 21st century.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Murdoch Hopes Apple Will Lower Its Share Of ‘The Daily’ Take  —  Tuesday night's soireee at Rupert Murdoch's apartment and today's Guggenheim press conference were just the beginning for the News Corp (NSDQ: NWS) marketing machine.  Murdoch's next stop was an interview with Neil Cavuto …
Discussion: The Wrap
Jeff Jarvis / @jeffjarvis:
Daily will not be free on the web. Linked article can be seen for free; rest not.
Discussion: @mathewi
@paidcontent:   Murdoch confirms $30M investment, already written off. Will cost less than half-mil a week to run. Inexpensive for $NWS. #thedaily ~@sdkstl
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
The Daily Is Doomed! the Daily Is a Hit!
The Huffington Post:
Anderson Cooper Attacked By Pro-Mubarak Mob  —  Anderson Cooper and his crew were attacked by supporters of Hosni Mubarak in Cairo on Wednesday.  CNN's Steve Brusk tweeted that Cooper was punched in the head ten times.  —  The incident came as pro-Mubarak supporters attacked protesters calling for the Egyptian president to step down.
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Katie Couric / @katiecouric:   Outside square Pro mubarak protestors very hostile...wouldn't let us shoot video, pushing etc another photog just got punched and maced
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
AOL Chases Eyeballs As Core Advertising Business Disintegrates  —  AOL has been spending hundreds of millions of dollars on acquisitions aimed at boosting its content businesses, including the recent purchase of the GoViral video network and the addition of TechCrunch to its technology-content unit …
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Alex Sherman / Bloomberg:
AOL Fourth-Quarter Profit Tops Analysts' Estimates
Discussion: MediaMemo and Online Video News
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
I Worked on the AOL Content Farm & It Changed My Life
Nicholas Carlson / SAI:
LEAKED: AOL's Master Plan
Choire Sicha / The Awl:
Big Newspaper Just Dying on the Internet  —  “The number one video on MiamiHerald.com last year got about 26,000 views and was a feature on how to handle frozen iguanas.”
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Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
How The Miami Herald cultivates loyal audience for video, its second biggest traffic driver  —  Not long ago, some news organizations were beginning to give up on online video.  It required significant resources, and it wasn't generating as much revenue or traffic as they had hoped.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Exclusive: An Early Look At News.me, The New York Times' Answer To The Daily  —  Tomorrow, all eyes will be on the launch of News Corp's iPad newspaper The Daily, but huddled away in a downtown loft in New York City's meatpacking district a team from betaworks and the New York Times …
Dan Hodges:
Leaked Labour email: lay off Murdoch  —  Opposition leader attempts to turn down the heat on the phone-hacking scandal.  —  An email, forwarded on behalf of Ed Miliband's director of strategy, Tom Baldwin, to all shadow cabinet teams warns Labour spokespeople to avoid linking hacking with the BSkyB bid …
Dan Duray / New York Observer:
The End of Blogging … “I don't really see a blog business,” said Nick Denton over gchat.  He still wasn't sold on the idea of an interview regarding his sites' redesign, scheduled to debut tomorrow, and seemed to be attempting an escape.  “I should find you that old post …
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Two Hints at Stepped-Up Media Rivalry in Online Streaming  —  The increasing importance of Internet rights for television channels and shows has been vividly demonstrated twice in the last few days.  —  Comcast and Time Warner announced an unusually comprehensive pact on Tuesday that covers …
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Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
Comcast, Time Warner Expand TV Everywhere
Eliot Van Buskirk / Evolver.fm:
Free Music Can Pay As Well As Paid Music, Says YouTube  —  The most popular video ever to appear on YouTube is Justin Bieber's “Baby,” with nearly a half a billion views, even though it appeared on the site less than a year ago.  —  As record labels, digital music stores …
Discussion: hypebot
Robert Niles / Online Journalism Review:
Two authors' stories illustrate why some journalists profit online, and others fail  —  By Robert Niles: An e-mail and a tweet last week pointed me to two blog posts that expressed completely different ways that two writers have addressed the challenge of a changing media marketplace.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Benjamin Cohen / Benjamin Cohen on Technology:
Shocked by Wired's knowledge of my personal information  —  Every month I receive a copy of both the US and the UK version of Wired.  Sometimes I read it with great interest, other months the envelope lingers on my desk unopened for weeks.  But today, I opened the envelope and was shocked …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Tumbling into journalism: Tumblr's newsy tag pages  —  It's been interesting to watch how different outlets curate their coverage of the political turmoil in Egypt.  As we've already noted here, some, like Mother Jones, have gone the route of an informal and accessible explainer; others …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
People.com Gets 1 Billion Page Views, a First for People and Likely for Magazines  —  Why Milestone Only Translates Into 14% of Ad Revenue  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — People magazine's website generated 1 billion page views in January, a first for the magazine and, it's likely, a first for all magazine websites.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and Poynter
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
New York Times Staffer Using Apple iPhone 4 for Video News Gathering, “A Huge Game Changer” Says Paper's Video Chief  —  WASHINGTON, DC — The New York Times will provide reporters with the Apple iPhone 4 to record and upload videos via an Aspera App to the paper's server.
Discussion: WebNewser
Andrew Hampp / AdAge:
‘Angry Birds’ Flock to the Super Bowl  —  Secret Code for Popular Mobile Game to Be Embedded in 30-Second ‘Rio’ Spot  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — The biggest craze in mobile games is coming to the biggest game on TV: 20th Century Fox is teaming up with Rovio's “Angry Birds” …
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“You are what you read”: NYT CTO Marc Frons on the paper's new article recommendation engine  —  The New York Times has been talking for a while about how it wants to create a more personalized, engagement-oriented user experience.  And quietly, late last week, the paper took another step in that direction …
Discussion: Poynter and FishbowlNY
John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Push Pop Press  —  My general policy is not to link to teaser sites, on the grounds that there's plenty of stuff that's actually shipping to write about and draw attention to.  But, there are exceptions.  —  Push Pop Press is an exception.  —  Their teaser site, which opened today, offers this description:
Discussion: NetworkEffect and MacStories
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Interview: John Menzies Reboots Its Digital Publishing Business  —  John Menzies is returning to digital publishing by launching a consultancy agency to jump aboard booming publisher interest in digital editions.  —  In 2008, the UK newspaper and magazine distributor launched John Menzies Digital …
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Time Warner Cable Buys Enterprise Hosting And Cloud Services Company NaviSite For $230M  —  Time Warner Cable has just announced that it has acquired NaviSite, a provider of enterprise-class hosting, managed application, messaging and cloud services, for $5.50 per share in cash, or $230 million.
Russell Adams / Digits:
Apple to Crack Down on Newspaper, Magazine App Payments  —  Developers of magazine and newspaper apps have received notice from Apple Inc. that beginning on March 31, any app that does not take payments through its iTunes store will be rejected.  —  The move could have major implications …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg:
Apple Rejects Sony's E-Reader Software Amid Concerns About Sales Erosion  —  Apple Inc. rejected a proposed digital-book application by Sony Corp. amid concerns that the software's payment-handling system would erode Apple's sales.  —  Sony's e-reader application wasn't allowed …
 
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