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7:35 PM ET, April 22, 2011


 Top News: 
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Conde Nast Taps Brakes on Efforts to Build iPad Editions for All its Magazines  —  Company Still Committed, but Why Rush for More iPad Editions Before Pubs Can Find Big Audiences?  —  Conde Nast is tapping the brakes on its drive to deliver iPad editions of all its magazines …
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The New York Times' R&D Lab has built a tool that explores the life stories take in the social space  —  Some of the most exciting work taking place in The New York Times building is being done on the 28th floor, in the paper's Research and Development Lab.  The group serves essentially …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and eMedia Vitals
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Governors Come and Go, but This Reporter Keeps Slugging Away  —  Andrew M. Cuomo sailed right past Carl P. Paladino and the Tea Party.  His first budget passed with ease.  But he still has to face the rite of passage that every New York governor since Hugh L. Carey has had to navigate …
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Associated Press reaches tentative agreement with union  —  The new, 33-month contract would give Guild members three 1.5 percent raises and make changes to retirement benefits.  Management wouldn't agree to a no-layoff pledge, according to the Guild, but new language prevents staff …
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Jim Romenesko gets back to reporting  —  For the past 12 years, Jim Romenesko has been the guy who rapidly rounds up and links to every little morsel of gossipy, wonky, inside-baseball journalism news for diehard media news junkies.  —  Over the past few months, however …
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
The Real Value of the Huffington Post's Blogs  —  The bloggers who are suing the Huffington Post for $105 million are vastly overestimating how much revenue their content generates in terms of ad sales.  In one sense, however, they may be more right than they know.
Alex Ben Block / Hollywood Reporter:
Emmys in Limbo as Negotiations for TV Rights Drag On … Less than five months before the Primetime Emmys are scheduled to be handed out, telecast rights to the ceremony are still in limbo.  That's causing a mounting problem for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences …
Discussion: MediaPost and
Jojo Malig / Poynter:
Journalists learn what works (& doesn't work) on Tumblr  —  Tumblr's “media evangelist” Mark Coatney recently announced the arrival of big names in the industry that have launched their own tumblelogs, including The Los Angeles Times, Al-Jazeera English and The Guardian.
New York Post:
‘Housewife’ Bensimon getting ink on her hands  —  Kelly Killoren Bensimon, now in her fourth season on “Real Housewives of New York City,” is going to return to her roots in the publishing world with a weekly column in amNew York, the freebie newspaper.  —  “It will be a little bit of everything …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and New York Magazine
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
AP expands its content-distribution experiment with nonprofit news  —  Earlier today, the Associated Press announced that it will be expanding its project to distribute content from nonprofit news outfits to newspapers.  The project originated last year with partnerships the cooperative …
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Turmoil in the Middle East and the Ascension of YouTube News, Olivia Ma has the Backstory  —  SAN BRUNO, Calif — With dramatic footage published today from violent demonstrations in Syria, YouTube is again displaying its role in giving the world a view of breaking news which is largely unseen …
Discussion: The Lede and Future of Journalism
Karen Dunlap / Poynter:
When breaking news confuses: Citizens may be as undecided as the Pulitzer board  —  Some years ago, deadline reporting was declared a dying craft.  Reporters would gain muscle in long-form journalism and engrossing narratives, but lose the ability to quickly report a story, some feared.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
No safe haven for reporters in Libya  —  As civilians fire rockets and government troops shell civilian positions, there is almost no safe place for journalists.  —  Benghazi, LIBYA — In Libya, you think about the difference between sand and pavement in a mortal way.
Discussion: THE GUN
Joe Flint / Company Town:
News Corp. and Time Warner Cable fight on many fields  —  It seems every week Time Warner Cable and News Corp. are locked in some sort of fight.  —  The latest go-around between the two media giants has to do with the Dodgers.  News Corp.'s Fox is in hot water with Major League Baseball …
Discussion: The Wire and The Big Picture
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Greg Masters / American Journalism Review:
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Haley Cen / Student Life:
New York Times paywall has little impact on WU
Rhodri Marsden / The Independent:
Web proves an unlikely saviour for investigative journalism
Lauren Fisher / The Next Web:
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John Eggerton / Multichannel:
RTDNA Hands Out Regional Murrow Awards
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
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Andy Greenberg / The Firewall:
Is WikiLeaks A Media Organization? The First Amendment Doesn't Care