Check out Mini-Mediagazer for simple mobiles or Mediagazer Mobile for modern smartphones.
9:15 PM ET, February 23, 2011

Mediagazer

 Top News: 
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Clayman: The Daily's Free Trial Run Will Continue  —  News Corp.'s The Daily launched Feb. 2 with a two-week free trial sponsored by Verizon, ostensibly enough time to give potential subscribers a full taste.  But launch glitches that stretched out for a week kept a lot of those potential subscribers …
RELATED:
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
The Daily's Apple-Only Days Are Numbered: Android Coming This Spring  —  Rupert Murdoch leaned heavily on Apple to launch the Daily, and for now the iPad is the only place you can read News Corp.'s new digital newspaper.  —  But that exclusivity will end in a few months …
Waxy.org:   How I Indexed The Daily  —  For the last three weeks, I've indexed The Daily.
Jeff Clabaugh / bizjournals:
Most TBD.com jobs being eliminated  —  Two weeks after Allbritton Communications' WJLA Channel 7 assumed operations for its startup TBD.com website, the company is eliminating the majority of TBD.com's jobs, according to an employee with knowledge of the cuts.
RELATED:
Michael Schaffer / City Desk:
TBD's Night of the Long Knives  —  Allbritton Communications is giving up on its efforts to reinvent local news for the online era.  —  Staffers at TBD.com, launched with great fanfare by Politico's parent company last summer, were informed one at a time this morning by editor Erik Wemple …
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
NHL Denies Talks To Stream Games Live On YouTube; NBA Looking At Asia  —  The National Hockey League is denying a Bloomberg report from Seoul that it is in talks with YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG) to stream live games.  Asked about the report based on comments by Google executives …
Discussion: Bloomberg
RELATED:
Jun Yang / Bloomberg:
Google's YouTube Says It's in Negotiations to Stream Live NBA, NHL Games
Reporters Without Borders:
Middle East & North Africa - Media continue to be targets as governments crack down on protests  —  As more and more people take to the streets in Libya, Bahrain and Yemen to demand democratic reforms and change, the authorities in these countries are responding with violence and are cracking …
RELATED:
Mike Taylor / New York Observer:
Huff?  Nooo!  As Longtime Huffington Hands Cash In, Others ‘What If?’  —  A certain amount of grumbling is par for the course in the media business these days—an ambient hum so pervasive you almost forget it's there.  But that disconsolate keening seems to have reached a new pitch …
Fortune:
How Vimeo became hipster YouTube  —  Vimeo is the web's go-to for high-quality, DIY digital video.  And its founders might've invented the Like button.  Not bad for a side project.  —  Image via Wikipedia  —  By John Patrick Pullen, contributor  —  November 17, 2005 is a day that lives in online infamy.
Discussion: GigaOM
Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
Facebook TV Invasion Looms Via ‘American Idol’ Voting  —  Television is often included on that list of industries Facebook executives enjoy casually mentioning will have to rebuild themselves around social engagement.  Don't look now, but Facebook may have just laid the foundation …
Discussion: Inside TV, Popdust and People.com
RELATED:
Telegraph:   X Factor fans to vote via Facebook
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Journal Register CEO: We Will Beat AOL's Patch and Huffington Post  —  The Journal Register Company, the big local newspaper chain with nearly 324 publications serving over 900 communities in 10 states, will beat AOL's Patch or the Huffington Post in its home markets, says CEO John Paton in this interview with Beet.TV.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest and WebNewser
Elissa Strauss / Forward.com:
New Yorker, Harper's, NYRB and TNR Editors on the Dearth of Female Bylines  —  After my post last month about the gender disparity in magazine publishing, which was followed by VIDA's much more thorough and ultimately conclusive study, I, perhaps naively, expected to see a comment …
Guardian:
Churnalism or news?  How PRs have taken over the media  —  As press releases and hoax stories flood newsrooms, the Media Standards Trust has found a way to sift fact from fluff  —  • Dan Sabbagh: Churnalism, journalism and a penazzle  —  A new website promises to shine a spotlight on …
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
That Rupert Murdoch Script No One Will Touch?  We Have It.  —  Image by World Economic Forum via Flickr  —  Back in December, I told you about a screenplay that's been making the rounds in Hollywood, earning praise from numerous producers but failing to find one willing to make it.
Paul Reynolds / BBC:
A glimpse of journalism's future  —  World affairs correspondent, BBC News website  —  As I leave my post as world affairs correspondent for the BBC News website, I would like to reflect on the shock I experienced nine years ago when I left the “mainstream” BBC to join the then orphan child of News Online.
The Louse & the Flea:
The Guardian Newsblog and the Death of Journalism  —  It is about 1pm GMT and I have been surfing the UK web news sites looking for info about the latest disaster to afflict my homeland: the earthquake that hit Christchurch, New Zealand.  —  Most of the newspaper and TV sites have treated …
Emily Badger / Miller-McCune:
Might Public Broadcasting Follow BBC Model?  —  Efforts to defund public broadcasting arrive as the commercial model of broadcasting shows its qualitative seams.  —  SHARE AND ENJOY:  —  As politicians in Washington debate defunding public media outlets like NPR and PBS …
freemedia.at:
IPI News Innovation Contest: International Press Institute and Google announce 2.7 Million Dollar Grant  —  Project aimed to create “breakthrough ideas with the potential to create lasting impact”  —  The International Press Institute (IPI) today announced that it has been awarded $2.7 million …
Harry McCracken / Time:
A Brief History of Digital News  —  Rupert Murdoch finally launched his much anticipated (at least in media circles) “iPad newspaper” today, making News Corp. the first company to create a daily news publication exclusively for a tablet.  “The Daily” is essentially a streamlined app …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Google's Decision to Get Into “Real Time” Ads Was Really Smart, Says Google  —  Google makes almost all of its money selling search ads.  But it is pushing hard into display ads, along with technology that lets marketers buy display ads in “real time.”  Great idea, Google says.
Lois Beckett / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The context-based news cycle: editor John O'Neil on the future of The New York Times' Topics Pages  —  “There's are a lot of people in the news industry who are very skeptical of anything that isn't news,” says The New York Times' John O'Neil.  As the editor of the Times' Topic Pages …
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Mediagazer at 9:15 PM ET, February 23, 2011.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 See Also: 
Mediagazer: site main
Mediagazer River: reverse chronological Mediagazer
Mediagazer Mobile: for phones
Mediagazer Leaderboard: Mediagazer's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Mediagazer RSS feed
Mediagazer on Twitter
 
 
 More News: 
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Tumblr Unveils Leader Board & Topic Navigation
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Lisa Belkin / New York Times:
Queen of the Mommy Bloggers
Cary Spivak / American Journalism Review:
Pay to Play  —  As cash-strapped newspapers struggle to adapt …
Discussion: Poynter
Joe Mandese / MediaPost:
Rentrak Cracks Donovan: Deal Is First To Bring TV Set-Tops To Agency Desk-Tops
David Kaplan / paidContent:
WaPo's Print Picture Improves Slightly, As Digital Grows Stronger
Discussion: mediabistro.com
Sbotelho / Folio:
Forbes Launching Digital Ad Platform
Discussion: Audience Development
Jim O'Neill / Online Video News:
Brightcove partners with LG to grow online video distribution to connected TVs
Discussion: GigaOM
 Earlier Picks: 
Jordan Kasteler / Search Engine Land:
How Niche Social Media Sites Are Shaping Online Communication
Discussion: AdPulp
Martin Bryant / The Next Web:
News site tries charging with Google One Pass, and it might just work
Discussion: eMedia Vitals, Fortune and Guardian
Mike Hendrickson / O'Reilly Radar:
The future of the book  —  During lunch at TOC last Wednesday …
Kat Stoeffel / New York Observer:
Harper's Bizarre: How the House of Twain Became a House of Pain
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
Demand Media's Rosenblatt Defends His Company's Content