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4:30 AM ET, June 13, 2011

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Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
Jazz Is not a Byproduct of Rap Music  —  Defining article as a “luxury or a byproduct” as Jeff Jarvis did last month, is like suggesting jazz is secondary to rap music, or saying literature is a Deluxe version of slamming.  Reading Jarvis' Buzz Machine blog is always interesting, often entertaining and more than occasionally grating.
Discussion: Guardian
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
The orthodoxy of the article, part II  —  Frédéric Filoux willfully misrepresents me so that he may uphold the orthodoxy of the article.  He will be disappointed to learn that we agree more than he wishes.  Here is what I am really saying about the article.
New York Times:
For Instant Ratings, Interviews With a Checkbook  —  Before the subjects of headlining news stories agree to a television interview these days, some have one question: how much money can I make?  —  ABC and NBC, embroiled in a fight for viewers in the mornings, are increasingly in the news …
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Julie Moos / Poynter:
ABC's Chris Cuomo defends checkbook journalism: ‘It is the state of play right now’  —  During an interview with Howard Kurtz on CNN's “Reliable Sources” Sunday morning, “20/20″ co-anchor Chris Cuomo defended paying Meagan Broussard for photos she sent Anthony Weiner …
Discussion: Chickaboomer and New York Times
Amanda / slash blog:
Person as Distribution Channel: A Case Study of YouTube Star Dave Days  —  YouTube phenomenon Dave Days brings teenage girls to tears in the same way Justin Bieber does.  While he's not actually a mainstream celebrity, I think he's the best example of the new media movement toward …
Discussion: @mathewi
Ali Abunimah / The Electronic Intifada:
New evidence about Amina, the “Gay Girl in Damascus” hoax  —  Ali Abunimah and Benjamin Doherty write:  —  We have gathered compelling new evidence regarding the “Gay Girl in Damascus” blogger hoax.  —  Those responsible for this hoax have caused a great deal of concern and anguish …
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Casey Anthony Coverage Gives HLN an Identity  —  For almost two decades, trials that tapped into the American people's judge-and-jury fascination unfolded in real time on Court TV, the cable channel that helped make television viewers into witnesses to the judicial system.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Future of media: This is no time for incrementalism  —  In a recent piece for Forbes magazine, Washington Post managing editor Raju Narisetti looks at the challenges that mainstream media of all kinds are facing — falling circulation, the gap between traditional print advertising …
Thanks:mathewi
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Raju Narisetti / Forbes:
Why Free is Very Expensive  —  The business model of quality journalism is broken.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Egyptian Filmmaker Uses Twitter to Gather 300 GB of Revolution Video  —  Amr Salama, an Egyptian fillmaker and a central figure in creating the alternative media universe during the revolution in Egypt, is finishing a documentary about the historic events.  —  Through an appeal on his Twitter account …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
EMMYS: Looking Far Into The Future of TV  —  There's one thing we can say with absolute confidence about the Emmy awards a decade or so from now: Apple, Google, Netflix or possibly some other broadband and digital technology companies will be part of the ceremony after having wreaked havoc with the TV business.
Martin Bryant / The Next Web:
How blogging gives student journalists an edge in the job market  —  At an event in London late last year, three young journalists discussed how blogging helped to kickstart their careers.  As reported at the time by Journalism.co.uk, Guardian technology and media reporter Josh Halliday stated that …
David Carr / New York Times:
Same Gaffes, but Now on Twitter  —  Richard Nixon did some terrible things in order to maintain a grip on the Oval Office, but the dumbest may have been recording what went on there.  —  Nowadays, the hidden recorder is no longer necessary: the Internet has become the Rose Mary Woods of the digital age …
 
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Lewis DVorkin / Forbes.com:
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New York Post:
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Discussion: TVNewser and Mediaite
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Kaj Larsen / CNN:
How WikiLeaks has changed today's media
Discussion: The Nation
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
Glamour Gains a Digital Chief, Freshens Up Online Strategy
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Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
‘LAT is committed to allowing an online discussion,’ but...