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11:00 AM ET, May 10, 2011

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Brian Stelter / New York Times:
For Journalists, a Call to Rethink Their Online Models  —  COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY has surveyed the state of digital journalism, and it has concluded that journalists must rethink their relationships — and their audiences' relationships — with advertisers.  —  That does not mean yielding editorial control …
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CJR:
Introduction  —  The story so far: what we know about the business of digital journalism  —  To download the complete version of “The Story So Far: What We Know About the Business of Digital Journalism,” a new report on digital news economics from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, click here.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Google Launching Its Cloud Service Tomorrow, Without Big Music's Approval  —  You've seen Amazon's cloud music service.  Now get ready for Google's music service.  —  They're going to look pretty similar.  —  Google is preparing to show off a new music service at tomorrow's I/O conference.
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Ethan Smith / Wall Street Journal:
Google to Unveil Online Music Service  —  Google Inc. is preparing as early as Tuesday to unveil a new online music service similar to a service recently launched by Amazon.com Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, a move that escalates the battle to create the next generation …
New York Post:
Huge Ellies upset  —  Harper's Magazine last night pulled an upset win for excellence in reporting over the heavily favored Rolling Stone and perennial winner The New Yorker at the National Magazine Awards in Manhattan.  —  The award was for “The Guantanamo Suicides” by Scott Horton, which appeared in the March issue of Harper's.
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MPA:
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NAMED MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR AT 2011 NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARDS DINNER  —  Katie Couric Hosts Awards; Tom Wolfe Honored  —  The winners of the 2011 National Magazine Awards were announced tonight at the annual awards presentation at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.
Discussion: Mixed Media and Folio
Matt Kinsman / Folio:
Liveblogging/Tweeting the 2011 Ellies  —  Minute-by-minute updates from consumer publishing's big night.  —  The consumer magazine elite will gather tonight at 583 Park Avenue for one of the biggest events in publishing—the 46th annual presentation of the American Society …
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
News Corp. Appears To Favour Softer Paid Model For Britain's Biggest Paper  —  Back in 2009, Rupert Murdoch declared: “We intend to charge for all our news websites.”  Two years on, and it's becoming clear that some will be less charged-for than others.  —  Asked why the website …
Discussion: Press Gazette
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
The Sun may stay outside a paywall after all  —  Do I detect a change of policy at News International about paywalls?  If I read correctly between the lines of statements made last night by the publisher's chief marketing officer, Katie Vanneck-Smith, then The Sun is not going to follow …
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk and The Next Web
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Time Inc. on iPad Subscriptions in the App Store: ‘We Have Chosen Not to Do That’  —  Time Inc. Names Emerging Digital Platforms Chief at Key Time for Magazines on Tablets  —  The major magazine companies continued their escalating battle to win consumers on the iPad and other tablets today …
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
FT Still Negotiating With Apple On iPad Subscriptions
Discussion: MacStories, eMedia Vitals and CNET News
Chris Dale / YouTube Blog:
Welcome to the future of video.  Please stay a while.  —  It's a Saturday and you want to watch your favorite YouTube star's show, a big Hollywood movie, a clip of your friend's weekend in Austin, a newly-released music video, a global sporting event, a live concert and breaking news from Japan.
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Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
With New App, Ustream Aims To Take Live Streaming On Facebook “To A New Level”  —  Exclusive - Ustream is today launching a new and improved Facebook application that it says will take live streaming within the hugely popular social networking site “to another level”.
Al Tompkins / Poynter:
Steve Kroft explains why he broke interviewing rules when questioning Obama about bin Laden death for ‘60 Minutes’  —  When Steve Kroft interviewed President Obama last week about the raid on Osama bin Laden's headquarters in Pakistan, the “60 Minutes” veteran violated many of the guidelines …
The Atlantic Wire:
Citizen Journalism in the Arab World: A Messy ‘First Draft of History’  —  The Columbia Journalism Review recently called NPR social-media strategist Andy Carvin, who's turned his Twitter feed into an invaluable fire hose of on-the-ground updates on the uprisings in the Arab world, a …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Curry to Replace Vieira on ‘Today’  —  NBC announced on Monday that Ann Curry will replace Meredith Vieira as a principal host of “Today” next month, marking a major transition for television's top-rated morning show.  —  NBC expects the transition to be a smooth one for viewers because Ms. Curry …
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Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Matt Lauer Confirms Talks With Katie Couric About New Show
Discussion: TVNewser
 
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From Techmeme:

Raffaele Huang / Wall Street Journal:
Apple removes WhatsApp, Threads, Signal, and Telegram from its App Store in China, after orders from the country's regulators citing national security concerns

Ryan Morrison / Tom's Guide:
Microsoft researchers introduce VASA-1, an AI model that can create a realistic talking face video from a portrait photo and an audio file, in research preview

Foo Yun Chee / Reuters:
Sources: EU may accept Apple's proposal to open its NFC payments tech to rivals, and may close its antitrust probe in May, letting Apple avoid hefty fines

 
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