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6:30 AM ET, June 29, 2011

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Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Chesapeake Energy fights bad PR by buying Promoted Tweets on Twitter  —  Chesapeake Energy was not pleased, to put it politely, with Sunday's New York Times story about the natural gas industry.  The piece quotes from company emails to suggest Chesapeake executives are overstating productivity and profitability.
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Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
AOL Moves the Furniture Around Some More, With Brod to Patch  —  Here's an internal memo, titled “Platform for Growth,” just sent out by AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, in which he buries the lede by noting the business partner of content czar Arianna Huffington, Jon Brod, will move to work …
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Susannah Breslin / Pink Slipped:
How to Be a Journalist in 2011  —  Earlier this month, I offered one young female journalist $100 to write a guest post for this blog.  Out of nearly 50 story pitches, I chose Lauren Rae Orsini, 24, a Washington, DC-based multimedia journalist, geek blogger, and web designer who covers anime, geekdom, and fandom.
Discussion: Kotaku
Greg Sandoval / Media Maverick:
Where Netflix streaming is thin, YouTube could rule  —  YouTube's video rental service is easy to use, offers high quality video and the quality in some categories is superior to Netflix.  The rub is the films are available for rent only on a per-film basis.
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
WSJ wins three Loebs; Bloomberg and NYTimes win two  —  The first two Loeb Awards — and three of the first four — announced Tuesday night went to Dow Jones & Co. news operations.  —  Julia Angwin, Emily Steel, Scott Thurm, Christina Tsuei, Paul Antonson, Jill Kirschenbaum and Jovi Juan …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Rohde quits NYT to become Reuters columnist  —  Romenesko Misc.  —  David Rohde's writing will focus on foreign affairs and globalization, says a Reuters memo.  Rohde, who escaped the Taliban in 2009 after seven months in captivity, “is one of the most brilliant and consequential journalists …
Discussion: Mixed Media
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Jill Abramson's First Task: Stop the Times Defections  —  When Jill Abramson replaces Bill Keller at the end of the summer, she will not only be the first female executive editor to run the Grey Lady, but the first Times editor who will have to really sweat keeping the paper's talented journalists from jumping ship.
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Google plans for “the second phase of the display ad revolution” with a focus on smartphones and tablets  —  Google is known primarily for its work in search advertising.  But it's making an investment — a big one — in another area: display ads.  —  This month's acquisition of AdMeld …
Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:
Confessions (strategies) of a branded journalist (or a journalist with a reputation, if you prefer)  —  Much of last week's discussion of journalistic “branding” focused on whether journalists should engage in something that sounds so much like marketing.  —  In this post, I want to address …
Discussion: Editors Weblog
Erik Sass / MediaPost:
AOL Music Drops CBS Radio For Slacker  —  The popularity of online audio is matched only by the fleeting nature of deals in the space.  The AOL Huffington Post Media Group says AOL Music is parting ways with CBS Radio, its online streaming audio partner for the past three years …
Discussion: Media Week and Company Town
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Chris Suellentrop joins Yahoo! News blog network from New York Times Magazine  —  Chris Suellentrop, an editor at the New York Times Magazine, has joined Yahoo's network of news blogs, where he will become deputy editor starting August 8.  —  “We're very excited that Chris is coming on board …
Discussion: Adweek and Poynter
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote:
The Voice steps up social media for final shows  —  NBC's The Voice has been airing live episodes (East Coast) as it nears its season finale this Wednesday night, and the show is featuring a social media room to shine a spotlight on live Twitter reaction.  Hosted by “social media guru” …
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
How you can use social machinery to power personalized news delivery  —  People have spent the past five years in Social Networking 101.  We figured out what social networks are, created our profiles and connected with friends.  We rethought fundamental aspects of human relationships …
Inside Higher Ed:
‘Times’ Ticks On  —  The New York Times Company plans to continue its slow advance into the realm of higher education this fall.  It announced today that it is teaming up with the University of Southern California to offer continuing education programs to try to tap a growing market of adults looking to pick up new skills.
Discussion: LA Observed, Poynter and Forbes
 
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David Weigel / Slate:
The RT network: Russia's answer to Fox News and MSNBC.
Discussion: Forbes.com
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Journalists, take another look at Tumblr
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Sylvain Parasie investigates where data journalists fit in at a traditional paper
Discussion: Bloomberg
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Discussion: Poynter and Adam Westbrook
Johann Hari:
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IDC:
In Q1, 289.4M smartphones were shipped globally, up 7.8% YoY; iPhone shipments fell 9.6% YoY, more than any top brand, and Xiaomi shipments grew 33.8% YoY

Kamila Wojciechowska / Android Authority:
Source: Google's new Pixel 9 series, next-gen Pixel Fold, and 5G tablet that is under development will feature a new modem that supports satellite connectivity

Nicole Sperling / New York Times:
As Netflix's new film chief Dan Lin takes charge, the company aims to shift its film strategy to focus on audience appeal and cost efficiency

 
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