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3:15 PM ET, February 8, 2011

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Media Decoder:
Olbermann Said to Be Going to Current TV  —  Keith Olbermann, the former top-rated host on the news channel MSNBC, will announce his next television home on Tuesday, and people on Monday familiarwith his plans pointed to a possible deal with the public affairs channel Current TV.
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current.com:
Keith Olbermann to Host Major New Nightly Primetime News and Commentary Show on Current TV  —  Keith Olbermann, the acclaimed broadcaster and writer whose verbal pyrotechnics and moral passion have outraged, informed, and dazzled viewers of “Countdown With Keith Olbermann” for the past eight years …
Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
AOL-HuffPo: Acquisition of means of production without being revolutionary at all  —  It's not a marriage, this purchase of The Huffington Post by AOL.  It's more like Arianna Huffington and Tim Armstrong have decided to bunk up so they can move to nicer real estate at lower prices.
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Felix Salmon:
Why the NYT will lose to HuffPo  —  Tom McGeveran asks an important question, in his analysis of the AOL-HuffPo deal: … The answer to this question, I think, is also a key part of the reason why the NYT paywall is a bad idea.  —  It's worth using a specific example here …
Drudge Report:
ARIANNA: $18 MILLION WOMAN!  —  Hard work and endless media lifting has finally paid off for Arianna Huffington — after she personally scores nearly $20 million in a sale to AMERICA ONLINE!  —  Top sources close to the deal reveal Huffington will bank $18 million, after all is said and done …
Laura Kusisto / New York Observer:
HuffPo Bloggers to Invade Dial-Up Daddy's ‘Funhouse’
Discussion: The Wire
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
AriannaOL  —  They laughed when Arianna sat down to the keyboard.
Scott Rosenberg / Scott Rosenberg's Wordyard:
Huffington is to AOL as AOL was to Time Warner
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
The New HuffPo-AOL Combo: The Free, Anti-Murdoch Alternative?
Discussion: The Wire, SAI and CJR
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Live Blogging: Aol's Tim Armstrong & Arianna Huffington At Signal LA
Jason Pollock / The Huffington Post:   HuffPo AOL Deal is A Gigantic Step Forward for Social Media
Media Decoder:
Jeff Fager to Be Named Chairman of CBS News  —  12:27 p.m. |  Updated Jeff Fager, the executive producer of “60 Minutes,” will be named chairman of CBS News Tuesday, with Sean McManus, the president of CBS News and Sports, returning exclusively to the sports division as chairman, the network said.
Stephen Coles / Fonts In Use:
The Daily - Design trumps content in launch of first major tablet newspaper.  —  Founded by the world's most notorious media magnate, preceded by months of speculation and fanfare, and backed with unusually strong support from Apple, The Daily is the most anticipated digital publication since publications went digital.
David Cohen / mediabistro.com:
Social Media Week: The Internet and Uprisings in the Arab World: Are We Already in a Post-Social-Media World?  —  The Science and Technology Hub at Google's New York outpost was the site of Monday afternoon's The Internet and Uprisings in the Arab World: Are We Already in a Post-Social-Media World? …
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Ben Popper / New York Observer:
The Pied Piper of Social Media
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
ComScore: Hulu Is Watched Twice As Much As The 5 Major TV Networks Online Combined  —  In a new report on digital trends in 2010  —  When it comes to premium video on the Web, Hulu still rules.  In the fourth quarter, the U.S. online audience watched 19.4 billin minutes of video on Hulu …
Paul Bradshaw / Online Journalism Blog:
Twitter promoted tweets - the AdWords for live news?  —  Remember all that fuss about newspapers bidding on Google Adwords to drive traffic to their site?  Well here's a Web 2.0 twist on the idea: Al Jazeera using sponsored tweets to raise awareness of their Egypt coverage.  —  Twitter itself has the background.
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab
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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Washington Post's Chris Cillizza Advice to Journos: Serve a Bounty of Content, Like a Late Night Las Vegas Buffet  —  WASHINGTON — The days of newspapers serving up just “meat and potatoes” are over and it is essential for journalists to serve a “buffet” of content, says Chris Cillizza …
Discussion: WebNewser
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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Here's Why the AP Declined White House Video Feed and Passed …
Discussion: WebNewser
Paul Bradshaw / Online Journalism Blog:
How private is a tweet?  —  The PCC has made its first rulings on a complaint over newspapers republishing a person's tweets.  The background to this is the publication in The Daily Mail and the Independent on Sunday of tweets by civil servant Sarah Baskerville.
BBC:
Newspaper publishers warn Apple over iTunes sales  —  Apple is being warned against trying to squeeze cash out of the newspaper industry by controlling subscriptions for iPads and iPhones.  —  The European Newspaper Publishers' Association (ENPA) says it is concerned by the company's plans to direct online sales through iTunes.
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Meebo Acquires Psychographic Ad Targeter Mindset  —  Social content sharing and IM platform Meebo is putting last fall's $25 million funding round to work: the company is buying online ad measurement and targeting firm Mindset Media.  As an online branding specialist that has a particular focus …
ADM / Fimoculous.com:
Ghost, Blogging  —  I thought it would be funny.  —  So I walked into Fimoculous on Christmas and started blogging anonymously, without telling Rex, the owner, beforehand.  Which — you guessed it — means that pretty much everything posted here since then is by me, not him.
Discussion: Fimoculous and Snarkmarket
Chris Morris / Gamasutra:
Behind The Scenes: Microsoft's Attempt To Woo Conan O'Brien For Xbox Live  —  [In comments made to Gamasutra editor-at-large Chris Morris, the executive producer of Conan O'Brien's talk show discusses how Microsoft tried to woo the comedian to take his show onto Xbox Live …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Why Conde Nast Digital Chief Sarah Chubb Is Leaving  —  Veteran of Glossy Publisher's Online Efforts Talks to Ad Age About Her Departure  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Sarah Chubb, a 20 year veteran of Conde Nast and head of its digital efforts for 15 years, is leaving to “explore other opportunities,” the company said today.
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
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Dan Frommer / The Wire:
Sarah Chubb Is Leaving Condé Nast After 20 Years
Discussion: MediaMemo and AdAge
 
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