Emma Gilbey Keller / Vanity Fair:
A Family Life in News: Emma Gilbey Keller on Bill Keller's New York Times Resignation — They say your children grow up fast. But I can tell you that it happens at warp speed when set against the backdrop of breaking news. Eight years ago, when my husband, Bill Keller …
Discussion: AdAge, SAI, Runnin' Scared, Mediaite, FishbowlNY, Yahoo! News, Poynter, Slate, The Huffington Post and Mixed Media
Nat Ives / AdAge: Abramson and Keller, NYT's Incoming and Outgoing Top Editors, Talk Challenges and Changes
Glynnis MacNicol / SAI: Jill Abramson: I Certainly Don't Want To Be In A War With Arianna Huffington
Joe Coscarelli / Runnin' Scared: Bill Keller, New York Times Boss, Still Not Loving WikiLeaks, Twitter
Alex Alvarez / Mediaite: Creating A Media Personality Out Of A Media Figure: Emma Gilbey Keller's Essay On Bill Keller
Kelly McBride / Poynter: NY Times columnist: 'I cannot believe it didn't leak out'
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media: NY Times Editor Bill Keller: The Exit Interview
James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
On the Media: The task ahead for the New York Times' Jill Abramson — The first female editor of the 160-year-old paper will be under the microscope as she navigates her public role. — The ascension of Jill Abramson to the editor's chair of the New York Times will make the history books.
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Abramson tells Poynter: Completing digital transition ‘is probably the most important challenge that I face’ — When Jill Abramson becomes The New York Times' first female executive editor in September, she takes over a more diverse staff than the average U.S. newsroom.
Discussion: MIJE.org, Future Journalism Project and Online NewsHour
Michael Calderone / Huffington Post:
New York Times Movie Hits Screens Amid Management Shakeup … NEW YORK — The New York Times made it onto page one of Friday's New York Times. — In a management shakeup the day before, the paper announced that Jill Abramson would succeed Bill Keller as executive editor in September …
Jim Romenesko / Poynter: NYT to keep ‘Page One’ documentary at arm's length in its pages
Wall Street Journal:
Hottest Olympic Event: Wrestling for TV Rights — The escalating fight over TV sports rights reaches its biggest battlefield next week, as NBCUniversal pushes to extend its track record of Olympic broadcasting wins, and ESPN and Fox aim to spoil it. — New York Times Names Abramson Top Editor
Discussion: Adweek, Forbes.com and Company Town
Klipschutz / Adweek: Networks Compete for Olympics
Dorothy Pomerantz / Forbes.com: Let the (Olympic Bidding) Games Begin
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Couric, ABC to Announce New Syndicated Show as Early as Monday — Katie Couric is finalizing a deal with Walt Disney Co.'s ABC to create her own syndicated talk show, and is likely to announce the program as early as Monday, according to people familiar with the negotiations.
Discussion: The Wrap, The Atlantic Wire, New York Magazine and Deadline.com
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The NYT rewards its paying users with subscriber-only content — Subscribers to The New York Times got a surprise in their inboxes this afternoon: a story-behind-the-story about the paper's coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden, penned by the weekend editor who'd been helming …
Joe Flint / Company Town:
No lack of candor from Steve Bornstein in new ESPN book — While the antics of Keith Olberman and Chris Berman and old stories of bad boy behavior are getting all the attention, there's a lot of good business dirt in the new book “Those Guys Have All The Fun” about the creation of the ESPN sports empire.
Amy Gahran / Knight Digital Media Center All-Site Feed:
The Lego approach to storytelling — The cutting room floor of journalism is a sad place: all those facts, interviews, asides, anecdotes, context, insights, and media gathered during reporting which, while relevant and interesting, just doesn't fit comfortably into the narrative flow or length/time limits of the finished story.
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter: Gahran: News articles need a ‘Lego approach to storytelling’
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
YouTube's Payouts to “Channel” Partners Come With Strings — YouTube is trying to convince professional content makers to create stuff for the video site. And it's offering some of them millions of dollars to make it happen. — But even though Google has plenty of money, it's not giving it away.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Ellie Behling / eMedia Vitals:
What Twitter's changes mean for media companies — Twitter has managed to be in the news even more than usual over the past couple of weeks with a handful of developments big and small. Content providers should take note of how they can use Twitter's new features, which range from a new Follow button to a new photo-sharing service.
Discussion: TechCrunch and Mashable!
Jennifer Van Grove / Mashable!: The State of Photo Sharing on Twitter [STATS]
New York Post:
Time Inc.'s digital veteran Quittner logs off — Josh Quittner, one of the pi oneering digital journalists at Time Inc., is shoving off to do what he has been writing about for most of the past two decades — joining an Internet start-up. — Quittner, a 15-year veteran of the nation's largest publisher …
Discussion: paidContent, TechCrunch, ReadWriteWeb, TUAW and FishbowlNY, more at Techmeme »
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent: Josh Quittner Leaves Time Inc. To Join iPad Magazine Flipboard
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Going Digital: Editor Josh Quittner Leaves Time Inc For Flipboard
Dan Rowinski / ReadWriteWeb: Flipboard Lands Time's Quittner as Editorial Director
Michael Grothaus / TUAW: Time Inc. exec makes the leap to iPad startup Flipboard
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: Josh Quittner Leaves Time Inc.