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3:00 PM ET, May 5, 2011

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Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
Telegraph Goes With Apple Subs For Newspaper-Like iPad Edition  —  The Telegraph, with its long-awaited version-two iPad app, out today, is the latest news publisher to try reasserting a paid news economy for its newspaper in digital tablet form.  —  The publisher's upgraded app …
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Georgina Prodhan / Reuters:
Service launched for publishers to evade Apple cut  —  (Reuters) - Digital technology company Yudu launched a service on Thursday to help magazine publishers evade the 30 percent commission that Apple charges to deliver content to iPhones and iPads through its App Store.
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Hearst Makes Deal to Sell Subscriptions on iPad, But Will Conde Nast Deliver First?  —  Rumors Percolate That iPad Subs Are Imminent at Conde Nast  —  Hearst Corp.'s new deal with Apple will make subscriptions available for iPad editions of Esquire, Popular Mechanics and O …
Russell Adams / Wall Street Journal:
Hearst Strikes Deal with Apple on iPad Subscriptions
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Why the man who tweeted Osama bin Laden raid is a citizen journalist  —  When I wrote earlier this week about how quickly people around the world learned that Sohaib Athar had “live tweeted” the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound, I thought carefully before calling him a citizen journalist.
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Rem Rieder / American Journalism Review:
Passing on Rumors  —  Why it's a bad idea to glorify the Rumsfeld aide who “broke” the news of bin Laden's death on Twitter.  Posted: Wed, May 4, 2011  —  Rem Rieder (rrieder@ajr.umd.edu) is AJR's editor and senior vice president.  —  “Hot Damn!” blared the New York Observer headline.
TMZ.com:
Katie Couric On the Verge of $20 Million ABC Deal  —  Katie Couric and ABC television are on the verge of signing a $20 million deal, which would give Katie her own talk show, as well as significant involvement in ABC News — and the big casualty could be “General Hospital.”
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New York Post:
NBC exec out over ‘Couric link’
Amy Tennery / Mogulite:
Did McGrath Hate “Electric Barbarellas” so Much She Left MTV?  —  She was the leader behind MTV's reality show boom, championing programs like “Jersey Shore” and “Teen Mom” — but, in an ironic turn of events, we suspect network veteran Judy McGrath is now ditching her CEO spot over true-life T.V.
Discussion: New York Magazine
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Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Judy McGrath Leaving MTV Networks; The Memo  —  Viacom (NYSE: VIA) and Judy McGrath said this morning that the longtime head of MTV Networks has resigned.  Company sources stress the decision is McGrath's—and, after making it through some very tough sledding, she leaves MTVN at the top of its game.
Bill Keller / New York Times:
The Inner Lives of Wartime Photographers  —  This has been a grievous season for the tight-knit tribe of combat photographers.  For The Times, the sorrow began last October, when a land mine exploded under Joao Silva while he was shooting pictures of an American patrol near Kandahar …
Discussion: Forbes.com, Lens and The 6th Floor
Twitter Blog:
Watching Together: Twitter and TV  —  TV and Twitter have a special connection.  Broadcasters are eager to provide new ways to drive viewer engagement.  Twitter provides a forum for real-time context and commentary that turns watchers into participants.  —  Over the past few years …
The Atlantic Online:
The Wall Street Journal Launches a WikiLeaks Competitor, SafeHouse  —  The respected Washington, D.C.-based newspaper has built a site for securely uploading documents to its own internal servers  —  Once upon a time, WikiLeaks was just a place where a would-be whistleblower could submit documents …
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Arianna Huffington / The Huffington Post:
Local Voices: Hyperlocal Blogging Comes to Patch  —  Today we launch a great new chapter for Patch.com, AOL's national network of hyperlocal sites currently covering community life in over 800 towns across America.  It includes a vision that will utilize every possible resource to ensure accurate …
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Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Hot Damn, AOL Is Making One Big, Expensive Bet on Patch
Discussion: GigaOM and SAI, more at Techmeme »
One Reporter's Notebook:
Reporting from analytics: Example  —  I've written before on writing from analytics, but what happened today was just such a good example, I think it's worth sharing.  Briefly: checking out my site analytics, and taking clues from them led me to an unreported homicide.  —  Here's the step-by-step.
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Amazon to Publish New Line of Romances  —  Amazon.com Inc. is expanding its fast-growing publishing business with a new line of romance books, its latest quest for original content to distinguish its print and digital bookselling services.  —  The imprint, Montlake Romance, will publish digital …
The Steve Rubel Stream:
As Curators Proliferate, Media Brands Face Loyalty Crisis  —  Summary:  — Suddenly media brands are facing increased competition from an array of upstart curators that are growing in popularity  — There are three underlying trends that are driving their rapid rise: mobile devices, remixing technologies and, arguably, paywalls
Discussion: Folio, Thanks:steverubel
David Kravets / Threat Level:
CNET Accused of Copyright Infringement for Distributing LimeWire  —  CBS Interactive, the owner of CNET, is being sued for facilitating “massive copyright infringement” for distributing the LimeWire software, a file sharing service a federal judge ruled illegal last year.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
News Corp. Revenue, Earnings Miss; MySpace Still Burning Money  —  A first look at News Corp.'s March quarter earnings: Revenues of $8.26 billion and adjusted earnings of $0.26 per share.  Analysts were looking for revenue of $8.42 billion and earnings of $0.27 per share.
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Peter Kafka / @pkafka:
The Daily lost $10 million last quarter, says Chase Carey. Muffled voice behind him mentions 800,000 downloads
Discussion: SAI and The Wire
 
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Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Five Washington Post departures announced today
Discussion: Gannett Blog and Runnin' Scared
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of the new ABCs of journalism
Ted Nesi / WPRI-TV:
Ex-owner O'Brien appeals ABC 6 sale to R.I. Supreme Court
Discussion: B&C, rbr.com and TVSpy
Harry McCracken / Time:
TV Everywhere? Cable on the Net Isn't There Yet
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Associated Press Won't Cover Fox News GOP Debate
Discussion: TVNewser and On Media's Blog
 Earlier Picks: 
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Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes: We Love Netflix! They Can Have All Our Old Stuff!
Discussion: AdAge
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote:
Meet the first network TV journalist on Twitter
Discussion: Bloggasm
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
MSNBC.com Prez: Sunday Was “Very Interesting for Online Video Viewing”