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11:30 AM ET, September 6, 2011


 Top News: 
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
TechCrunch As We Know It May Be Over  —  This is a post I never thought I'd have to write.  Unfortunately, I do.  And the worst part about it is that it should be Michael Arrington writing this post, not me.  —  But he can't.  —  TechCrunch is on the precipice.
Dylan Byers / Adweek:
Can Politico Win Again?  —  Ben Smith has a problem.  —  If there is such a thing as the prototypical political news blogger, then he's it.  Smith didn't quite invent the form, but over the six years he's been blogging—first for The New York Observer, then the New York Daily News …
Discussion: Poynter, and Monday Note
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Now on iTunes, for Free: A Show You Can't Watch on Fox for a Couple Weeks  —  Fox is leading the charge to take TV episodes that used to be free and easy to access on the Web, and make them more expensive and/or harder to find.  —  But the network doesn't always want to play hard to get.
Discussion: Variety, The Wrap, Tuned In and Electronista
The Pros And Cons Of Building An Audience Outside YouTube  —  As YouTube marches towards greater market share of viewers and video streams, “It's YouTube's world, we just stream it.”  But can you build an audience on or outside YouTube?  —  The reality is that unless content creators rely solely …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
Naming Names on the Internet  —  PARIS — Three years ago, after the suicide of a popular actress who had been bullied via the Internet, South Korea introduced a radical policy aimed at stamping out online hate.  It required contributors to Web portals and other popular sites to use their real names, rather than pseudonyms.
Discussion: Erik Wemple and TechCrunch
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
‘FT’ Goes After U.S. Audience with Ad Campaign  —  After making waves by bypassing Apple's iTunes store, Pearson's Financial Times is looking to grow its U.S. print circulation with its first large-scale marketing campaign here.  —  The multimedia campaign will launch Sept. 6 and appear …
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Ex-NYTer Judith Miller, others named Tablet Magazine arts and culture critics  —  Romenesko+ Misc.  —  Judith Miller will be the online magazine's theater critic, while pop music and legal issues will be covered by Elizabeth Wurtzel.  These and other new hires — they're named after the jump …
Kenneth Rapoza / Forbes:
Tech Savvy & Richer India Turns Daily News Sites Into World Leaders  —  Subscribe to Forbes Get a Free Trial Issue … Having a few extra million people with a laptop at home has helped India's two biggest dailies build more online traffic to its news site than every U.S. paper except The New York Times.
Media Week:
Tube dispute is not about ad revenue, says CBS legal chief  —  CBS Outdoor would still have issues with the London Underground ad sales contract even if the revenue was high, according to CBS Outdoor's chief lawyer Richard Sauer.  —  London Underground: in dispute with CBS Outdoor
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
Andy Coulson will not face inquiry into NI payments, confirms watchdog  —  Parliamentary standards commissioner's decision follows Electoral Commission ruling out investigation into Tory party  —  Andy Coulson will not face an official investigation into allegations that he failed …
Kenneth Rapoza / Forbes:
In Brazil, Arianna Huffington Says Social Media Good For Journalism  —  Subscribe to Forbes Get a Free Trial Issue … News organizations might abhor sites like the The Huffington Post or The Drudge Report, but the First Lady of online news, Arianna Huffington, told a gathering of Brazilians …
Sarah Marshall /
The LA Times on the role of its SEO chief - ‘the key is feedback’  —  The Los Angeles Times has reported some pretty impressive traffic figures recently - in fact managing editor Jimmy Orr says it is the only major newspaper website in the US to be increasing in traffic.
Erik Larson / Bloomberg:
Phone-Hacking Lawyer Lewis Says Hearing Could End James Murdoch's Career  —  Mark Lewis, the lawyer representing dozens of News of the World phone-hacking victims, said testimony by former News Corp. (NWSA) executives to the U.K. Parliament tomorrow may determine if James Murdoch lied about the scandal.
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