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4:10 PM ET, September 1, 2011


 Top News: 
Zachary M. Seward / Speakeasy:
When It Rains, It Pours: Yes, August Really Was a Huge News Month  —  Ah, August: time to kick back, take some vacation, soak in the end of summer and enjoy a brief respite from the otherwise relentless news cycle.  But not this August.  From Gadhafi to Irene, the month that ended yesterday …
The Politico:
Washington Post to close all but two local bureaus  —  The Washington Post is closing all of its local bureaus except two, in the state capitals of Virginia and Maryland, according to a note posted on the Post Guild website.  —  “As some of you have probably heard already …
Matt Thompson / Poynter:
What journalists can learn from scientists and the scientific method  —  I don't need to tell you that the Scientific Revolution kickstarted the modern age.  Kevin Kelly lists the discovery of the scientific method alongside the invention of libraries and the printing press as “meta-changes” …
Kevin Roderick / LA Observed:
Daragahi, Petruno, Jones latest names to leave L.A. Times  —  After the Tribune Co. asked the bankruptcy judge Wednesday to OK $42.5 million in incentive bonuses for 640 managers, L.A. Times Beirut correspondent Borzou Daragahi tweeted that the money “could be used 2 hire 640 journos.”
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Tribune Co. asks bankruptcy judge to OK $42.5 million incentive plan
Discussion: and Reuters
Frank Greve / American Journalism Review:
Taking Readers for a Ride  —  The world of car reviewing is replete with expensive perks and fantasy vehicles.  Consumer advocates need not apply.  Wed.  August 31, 2011  —  Taking Readers for a Ride The world of car reviewing is replete with expensive perks and fantasy vehicles.
Discussion: The Truth About Cars
Connie Loizos / PE Hub Blog:
Groupon PR to peHUB: Call Us Before You Write Another ‘Nastigram’  —  For a company that's in registration to go public and thus forbidden from pumping up the company stock in advance of an IPO, Groupon is having an awfully hard time keeping quiet.  Last week, of course …
David B. Wilkerson / MarketWatch:
Newspaper ad spending down 7% in 2Q  — Front Page - News Viewer - Commentary - Markets - Investing - Personal Finance - Community - Games  —  CHICAGO (MarketWatch) — Newspaper advertising spending fell 7% in the second quarter to $6 billion, the Newspaper Association of America said Thursday.
Discussion: Poynter, and FishbowlNY
John Koblin / WWD:
Tavi's Rookie Gets Ready for Lift Off  —  TAVI GETS READY FOR LIFT OFF: WWD has learned that Tavi Gevinson's new Web magazine, Rookie, will launch Monday.  The editorial content for the site will be dictated by monthly themes.  There will be about three posts a day, scheduled for times …
Discussion: The New York Observer
Daniel de Vise / Washington Post:
Why is Northwestern University teaching journalism in Qatar?  —  Two students at Northwestern University Qatar.  (NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY) Three years ago, Northwestern University opened a satellite campus for journalism and communications in Qatar.  —  It might have seemed an odd choice …
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Murdoch daily angers Australian government  —  The Australian publishes erroneous report about country's PM that could lead to a withdrawal of state ads  —  The Australian government has reportedly put itself on a war footing with Rupert Murdoch's Australian newspaper division after it published …
Discussion: Crikey
John Gapper / Financial Times:
It is right to curtail web anonymity  —  One of the founding principles of the web - not only the technology but the culture that has grown up with it - is that, as the New Yorker cartoon once put it: “On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog.”  —  The policy that people are free …
Amy Wicks / WWD:
Gaga vs. Horyn  —  GAGA VS. HORYN: Before Cathy Horyn takes her front-row seat at New York Fashion Week, setting her critical eyes on the collections, Lady Gaga has a few harsh words for the New York Times fashion critic.  For some reason, Lady Gaga has decided to issue a takedown of Horyn and her ilk …
Ellie Behling / eMedia Vitals:
Content licensing: the next revenue stream in mobile?  —  So far most of the conversation about monetizing mobile has revolved around subscriptions and advertising which is no surprise as both are the bread and butter of media companies.  But publishers should also explore alternative revenue streams …
Michelle Castillo / CBS News:
Mark Cuban on Google, YouTube partnership: “I still think it's a huge mistake”  —  (CBS/What's Trending) - Entrepreneur and Dallas Maverick's owner Mark Cuban visited the What's Trending Live set on the tenth anniversary of HDNet, his television network, to look back on the company and talk about the choices he's made.
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Hulu Japan Launches WIth Movies, TV From CBS, Sony, Fox & More But No Ads  —  Hulu's first offering outside the U.S. is live: Hulu Japan, a subscription service with “hundreds” of films and thousands of hours of TV.  For ¥1,480 a month or roughly $18.50, Japanese subscribers can watch across …
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Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Not Just Random House: Over 20 Percent Of Hachette's Sales Are E-Books, Too
Discussion: TeleRead
Nigel Hollis / The Atlantic Online:
Why Good Advertising Works (Even When You Think It Doesn't)
Discussion: AdPulp
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Daniel D'Addario / The New York Observer:
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Terry Heaton / Terry Heaton's PoMo Blog:
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Discussion: Future of Journalism
Hollywood Reporter:
Former Funny or Die Executive Launches Social Movie Website
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Newsweek Daily Beast Replaces CFO
Discussion: FishbowlNY