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4:05 PM ET, March 24, 2011

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Damon Kiesow / Poynter:
The New York Times subscription plan doesn't protect print, it promotes the mobile Web  —  The New York Times' new digital subscription pricing has been characterized by some as a backward-looking effort to protect print revenue.  But after comparing the Times' subscription prices …
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
A Note to Our Readers on the Times Pay Model and the Economics of Reporting
Discussion: CNN
Leslie Horn / PC Magazine:   Q&A: The Person Who Demolished the Times Paywall Via Twitter
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Brill, Crovitz & Co. Sell Journalism Online To RR Donnelly  —  That was fast.  Just shy of two years after launch, Steve Brill, Gordon Crovitz and Leo Hindery Jr. have sold their “make journalism pay” business to someone who already makes money from publishing.
Kunur Patel / AdAge:
McClatchy, a Groupon Partner, Starts Selling Its Own Daily Deals, Too  —  Will Still Use Groupon, but Becomes Latest Publisher to Try Social Coupon Game for Itself  —  After teaming up with Groupon to get daily deals on its websites last summer, McClatchy Co. has decided to also get into the business on its own.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
Google Is Not About To Become A Magazine Publisher  —  With chatter like a YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG) investment in original content, one could be forgiven for wondering if Google's declaration - that it's a technology, not a media company - is slipping.  —  But its launch of a new magazine …
Discussion: Guardian
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Frederic Lardinois / NewsGrange:
Think Quarterly: Google Launches Its Own Online Magazine (Updated)
Lance Knobel / Davos Newbies:
Google listens... if you shout loudly enough  —  Yesterday evening I wrote about the bizarre disappearance from Google News of my news site, Berkeleyside.  What happens next is either an illustration of the power of digital democracy or an example of the value of friends with fantastic megaphones.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
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Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Google News de-indexing Berkleyside: Bug, not snub!
Discussion: Davos Newbies
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
'I'm just mystified that this little job post has resonated with so many people in the business'  —  Sarasota Herald-Tribune's Matthew Doig has written what Mother Jones calls “the best journalism-job want ad ever.”  His search for an investigative reporter is all over Twitter and journalists' Facebook pages.
Sam Gustin / Wired.com:
Google Books Deal Not Dead, Only Resting, Authors' Lawyer Says  —  U.S. Circuit Court Judge Denny Chin's rejection of Google's legal settlement with authors and publishers was not only a setback for the search giant's plans to digitize and make available 10 million books, but also for the dream of a universal online library.
Discussion: The Laboratorium and TeleRead
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Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of Sunday paper/tablet subscriptions  —  Editor's Note: Each week, Ken Doctor — author of Newsonomics and longtime watcher of the business side of digital news — writes about the economics of news for the Lab.  —  Digital news business models are playing out on pool tables these days.
Discussion: Editors Weblog
Gail Shister / mediabistro.com:
‘I know the difference between journalism and a slogan.  Keeping them honest is a slogan.’  —  Twenty-seven years after suffering a heart attack he didn't know was a heart attack, CNN exile Aaron Brown will undergo triple-bypass surgery today in Phoenix.  —  “Some part of me has known …
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Cordray Exits Hearst Magazines For Pitney Bowes' Volly  —  After five years as one of the top digital executives at Hearst Magazines, Chuck Cordray is leaving the company to become president of Pitney Bowes' recently formed Volly.  The new entity, which debuted in January, is described as a …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and MediaMemo
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Writer's disclosure: I used to buy pot from my story subject  —  Van Smith's story about Reptilian Records owner Christopher Neu pleading guilty to drug charges includes this passage in the 14th paragraph: … Romenesko asked Smith about bringing up his pot days.  His response:
The Atlantic Wire:
Mark Armstrong: What I Read  —  How do other people deal with the torrent of information that pours down on us all?  Do they have some secret?  Perhaps.  We are asking various people who seem well-informed to describe their media diets.  This is from a conversation with Mark Armstrong …
Irina Slutsky / AdAge:
Facebook Test Mines Real-Time Conversations for Ad Targeting  —  Offering Marketers the Ability to Target Swells of Sentiment, Much Like Twitter  —  This month — and for the first time ever — Facebook started to mine real-time conversations to target ads.
Todd Bishop / GeekWire:
Starbucks network adds ESPN, Economist, Marvel  —  ESPN Rumor Central on the Starbucks Digital Network  —  Digital subscriptions to the Economist aren't cheap, but temporary online access to the magazine's contents just dropped to the price of a cup of coffee, and a trip to the nearest Starbucks store.
Jonathan Berr / DailyFinance:
Guess Who's Making Money?  NPR  —  NPR expects to make a profit this year, a surprising state of affairs for a nonprofit.  But with the national debate raging about whether the federal government should stop funding public broadcasting, could NPR find itself a victim of its own success?
Discussion: Poynter
Marc Karimzadeh / WWD:
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Sulia Helps Twitter Sort the Tweet From the Chaff  —  There's a lot of great stuff on Twitter.  And there's a lot more lousy stuff.  —  Sorting out the good from the lousy-or at least the OK from the spam-is an important task Twitter hasn't figured out how to do on its own yet.
Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
Huffington's cultural revolution: Destroying the old world to forge a new one, for a while  —  Here's a short play, set in 1997:  —  Scene: Journalist, applying for a job, is seated across a table at a moderately priced Italian restaurant from an editor who's just taken over the Arts …
Discussion: Poynter and BNET
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Yahoo! News:
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Discussion: FishbowlNY
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Kelly McBride / ESPN:
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Simon Owens / Nieman Journalism Lab:
How CNN's iReport enhanced the network's coverage of the Japan earthquake and its aftermath
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Discussion: eMedia Vitals