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9:25 AM ET, May 9, 2011


 Top News:
Navigating News Online  —  WHERE PEOPLE GO, HOW THEY GET THERE AND WHAT LURES THEM AWAY  —  Whatever the future of journalism much of it depends on understanding the ways that people navigate the digital news environment—the behavior of what might be called the new news consumer.
Google: Parasite or Provider?
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Apple Brings Conde Nast Aboard the Subscription Bandwagon, Starting With the New Yorker  —  Apple is winning over the big publishers.  Last week, Hearst Corp. said it planned to start selling its magazines using Apple's new iTunes subscription service.  Now rival Conde Nast is actually doing it, via the publisher's New Yorker title.
David Carr / New York Times:
Now to Sell Advertisers on Tablets  —  If you wanted to get your message in front of a reader of The New Yorker, it would cost you $141,174 for a full-page ad in the magazine's glossy pages.  —  What would it be worth to reach the same reader if he or she were on an iPad?  More, less or the same?
Joann S. Lublin / Wall Street Journal:
CEO Pay in 2010 Jumped 11%  —  Chief executives at the biggest U.S. companies saw their pay jump sharply in 2010, as boards rewarded them for strong profit and share-price growth with bigger bonuses and stock grants.  —  The median value of salaries, bonuses and long-term incentive awards …
Discussion: New York Magazine
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:   News Corp.'s Interest in Formula One Raises Alarms
Peter Preston / Guardian:   Hold the front page - it's time US papers had a redesign
Morning Gloria / Jezebel:
Hillary Clinton Photoshopped Out of Situation Room Photo [Wtf]  —  Ultra Orthodox Hasidic newspaper Der Tzitung is telling its readers like it isn't- by editing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from the now-iconic Bin Laden raid Situation Room photo.  Oy vey.
Keach Hagey / On Media's Blog:
Meredith Vieira leaving “Today”  —  The long-awaited shakeup of the “Today” show, expected last week but apparently delayed amidst the news of Osama bin Laden's death, is now official: Meredith Vieira is leaving the show next month, and Ann Curry is replacing her as co-anchor.
Discussion: The Wire and TVNewser
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
European Ventures Seek to Fill a Void in World News  —  PARIS — As news organizations around the world close down foreign bureaus, journalists, entrepreneurs and even government bodies in Europe are creating news ventures to try to fill the void.  —  As a result, readers seeking international news …
Wall Street Journal:
A Changed Tune on Netflix  —  Some Media Firms Shift Stance on Video Service, Seeing a Potential to Help TV  —  Media chiefs are shifting their public stance toward Netflix Inc. and are now trying to convince investors that the video streaming service will expand their business rather than destroy it.
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote:
Dateline NBC takes Facebook engagement to new level  —  While Dateline NBC's correspondents have interacted with viewers on Facebook while the news magazine is on the air, Sunday night the subject of a segment answered viewers' questions.  David Goldman, who regained custody of his son …
Jeremy Beiler / New York Times:
Stars Gain Control of Online Images  —  When Tom Hanks posts a message to Twitter leading his 1.8 million followers to view a photo, perhaps of him in a candid moment on a movie set, they are sent to a special kind of site, one that gives him and other celebrities new control over their presence on social media.
The Independent:
Stephen Glover: Can newspaper ‘apps’ ever make a profit?  —  Media studies: Newspaper publishers who are banking on the iPad producing a torrent of new revenue are being over-optimistic  —  Last week, The Daily Telegraph launched a new application ("app") for the Apple iPad costing £1.19 …
Alleged details of injunctions tweeted  —  Pressure intensifies to identify people who have taken out gagging orders to protect their reputations or privacy  —  Pressure to reveal the identities of celebrities protected by injunctions has intensified after Twitter accounts began circulating …
Elizabeth Jensen / Media Decoder:
A TV Project Planned on Female Leadership  —  The Independent Television Service and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting are teaming up for a three-year, 50-film project called “Women and Girls Lead,” which will put a documentary spotlight on leadership roles of women and girls …
Wall Street Journal:
In Mexico, Rare Headwinds Buffet Slim  —  Legal Setbacks Hold Potential to Reshape Telephone Empire  —  MEXICO CITY—Carlos Slim has towered above Mexico for years, a seemingly untouchable figure who thwarted business rivals and regulators with such ease that his telephone empire eventually made him the world's richest man.
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