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10:00 PM ET, June 14, 2011


 Top News: 
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
What does the journalism of the future look like?  —  We've spent so long consuming the news in fairly predictable formats — the short story, the long feature, the four-part series designed to win awards, the TV documentary, and so on — that the new forms of journalism we're seeing can be confusing.
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Wall Street Journal's Greater New York Wins Advertisers but Draw for Readers Remains Unclear  —  Local Ad Revenue Doubles but Print Circulation Declines  —  Over a year after Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal introduced Greater New York to better compete for New York Times advertisers and readers …
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
Rockville Central drops website for Facebook, offers eight lessons on Facebook news publishing  —  A little over 100 days ago, a community news blog in Rockville, Md., took a big leap.  Founder and Publisher Brad Rourke and Editor Cindy Cotte Griffiths moved the entire operation of Rockville Central to a Facebook page.
Discussion: Editors Weblog
McGraw-Hill hangs for sale sign on TV group  —  Television has long been a tiny part of The McGraw-Hill Companies and Wall Street analysts have asked CEO Terry McGraw several times on quarterly conference calls why the company doesn't sell it off as an obviously non-core business.
Mike Fleming /
ICM Signs To Rep New York Magazine Articles For Film And Television  —  EXCLUSIVE: After brokering over 30 film and TV option deals for articles from The New York Times since signing the daily as a client, ICM has just signed New York Magazine.  It will rep the magazine in all areas to broaden its reach in Hollywood.
Discussion: The New York Observer
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
How Quora Recruited “Super 8” Director J.J. Abrams  —  The filmmaker J.J. Abrams appeared for a seven-minute stint on the Q&A site Quora on Friday afternoon, the day his new science fiction movie “Super 8” was released.  He answered a total of four questions on general topics like breaking …
Discussion: Quora
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote:
Does Twitter have different standards than TV news?  —  This is a story that will make just about anyone in TV news shudder.  Last Thursday, news organizations across the world announced that 20 to 30 bodies — some of them children — had been discovered at a property outside Houston.
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Digital Subscriptions Will Lift Magazines But Not Newspapers  —  Publishers of magazines and newspapers are investing millions in tablet-based editions and online paywalls in the hopes that digital subscriptions will offset the steady erosion they've been seeing in circulation revenues.
Mark Briggs / Nieman Reports:
Start Spreading the News  —  'Word of link's power is like nothing we've experienced before.  It's about how we pass along information, share ideas, and expand business in our digital times.'  —  Information, news, recommendations and yes, gossip, have always been spread by word of mouth.
The Atlantic Wire:
Ayelet Waldman: What I Read  —  How do other people deal with the torrent of information that pours down on us all?  What sources can't they live without?  To find out, we regularly reach out to well-informed people to learn more about their media diets.  The following comes from a conversation …
Joe Mandese / MediaPost:
Turner Discloses Tens Of Thousands Of Online Viewers Being Added To Its TV Ratings  —  Turner Broadcasting's cable TV networks are reaping tens of thousands of incremental viewers in their Nielsen ratings that are being ignored by the rest of the TV industry, a top research executive revealed Monday during …
Discussion: Media Buyer Planner
Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
Arianna Huffington: ‘Our Traffic is Not Down,’ But AOL Favors Cash  —  AOL's Arianna Huffington does not seem fazed by the barrage of skeptical media that's been nipping at her heels in the last week.  —  “Our traffic is not down despite the fact that we've had preexisting deals that have ended,” Huffington told TheWrap this week.
Fast Company:
The Onion's Digital Director Baratunde Thurston: News Is Absurd  —  From Jon Stewart's The Daily Show to The Onion to Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report, fake news has become as much a part of the national dialogue as the real news it parodies.  During the 2008 presidential campaign …
Ethan / ...My heart's in Accra:
Understanding #amina  —  On Monday, June 6th, a post appeared on the blog “A Gay Girl in Damascus” announcing that Amina Abdallah Araf al Omari, the “girl” in question, had been kidnapped, possibly by Syrian authorities.  Bloggers, including my friend and colleague Jillian York …
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
A New Anchor, but the Same Ratings, on CBS  —  CBS introduced Scott Pelley as the new anchor of its evening news with no fanfare last week, and the result was no new fans,.  —  The numbers for Mr. Pelley's first week showed no growth from the audience that Katie Couric had been averaging …
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Al Cross / Nieman Reports:
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Discussion: Hollywood Reporter and Poynter
Paul Lashmar / openDemocracy:
The Future of Investigative Journalism: reasons to be cheerful, Paul Lashmar
Discussion: Guardian and Editors Weblog
Noah Davis / The Wire:
Meet The Man Who Turned A Print Magazine Into A High-End Online Ad Network
Nitasha Tiku / Betabeat:
New York Times Takes a Preemptive Strike Against The Patent Trolls at Lodsys
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
How CNN And YouTube Forged A Presidential-Debate Partnership
Discussion: CJR
 Earlier Picks: 
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“The atomic element is the story”: This American Life navigates a future that goes beyond broadcast
Let journalists do their work
Dan Rowinski / ReadWriteWeb:
Jason Calacanis: “Blogging Is Dead” & Why “Stupid People Shouldn't Write”
Discussion: WebProNews
Nitasha Tiku / Betabeat:
Now That Hearst Has Partnered With Buddy Media, You're Going to Have to Learn What a ‘Sapplet’ Is
Discussion: Folio, GigaOM and Curbed National
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
News Corp's Project Alesia Team Releasing An iPad Product After All
Robert Marich / Variety:
Media upstarts dissed on the street