Jason Fry / Poynter:
Rules of the game change as sports journalists compete against teams they cover — In September of 2009, when I started writing a weekly column about digital sportswriting for Indiana University's National Sports Journalism Center, I figured one of my major themes would be the fraught relationship between …
Discussion: Washington Post
Dan Steinberg / Washington Post: Snyder and Leonsis on the media
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Nick Davies, Ana Marie Cox join Guardian's new U.S. operation — Nick Davies, the reporter who's blown the lid off some of the biggest scoops of the U.K. phone-hacking scandal for the British newspaper, will join the American operation next spring. I first reported last month that he was considering making the move.
Discussion: The Wrap, FishbowlDC, Future of Journalism and Guardian
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC: Ana Marie Cox's Next Act: The Guardian
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Nick Davies, Ana Marie Cox join Guardian's new U.S. operation
Janine Gibson / Guardian: Unveiling the Guardian's new US homepage
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
Facebook sends news sites more traffic than Twitter, revised study shows — Survey results that initially showed Twitter driving more traffic to news sites than Facebook were incorrect, the company behind the study says. — Outbrain issued revised results last week that show Facebook actually drives …
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Megan McCarthy Named Observer News Editor — Megan McCarthy has been named news editor of The New York Observer, editor Elizabeth Spiers announced today. — “Megan has a great eye for a story and I look forward to seeing her talents contribute to making an Observer that's faster and more agile,” Ms. Spiers said.
Discussion: Poynter, @mathewi, @jason, @megan, Yahoo! News, @megan, FishbowlNY, @kevinmarks, @espiers, Felix and Gawker
Jim Romenesko / Poynter: Mediagazer's McCarthy joins NYO; Guardian's U.S. operation gets Davies, Cox
Mathew Ingram / @mathewi: only question now, with @Megan joining the Observer, is what happens to @mediagazer?
Jason Calacanis / @jason: go @Megan McCarthy! Named Observer News Editor (@kstoeffel / The New York Observer) http://t.co/ylpcklrS
Megan McCarthy / @megan: If I've seen especially insane and/or secretive in the last few weeks, now you know why!
Dylan Stableford / Yahoo! News: The New York Observer grabs Mediagazer's ‘human editor’
Megan McCarthy / @megan: Mediagazer will continue. And we're hiring! http://t.co/T0SaLIZH
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: The New York Observer Hires News Editor
Kevin Marks / @kevinmarks: congratulations to @megan and @espiers http://t.co/jmIneANJ commiserations to @gaberivera
Elizabeth Spiers / @espiers: So I hired @Megan . http://t.co/GwNRLDJH
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker: The Season of Media Job Changes Is Here (Autumn)
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Barry Diller Skewers AOL For Firing Michael Arrington From TechCrunch — Earlier today at The Paley Center for Media's International Council, IAC Chairman and Senior Executive Barry Diller took the stage for a keynote conversation with Jason Hirschhorn, CEO of reDEF Group.
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Diller: AOL Handled TechCrunch Deal Badly
Ane Howard / VatorNews: Arrington tweets about his new “personal” blog
John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable: Diller: Cash Keeps Hollywood Quiet On Net Neutrality
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Michael Arrington has a new blog, scolds TechCrunch editor
Dan Lyons / Real Dan Lyons Web Site: I'm sorry, but Arianna Huffington could beat the living s**t out of Tim Armstrong and Barry Diller …
Emma Bazilian / Adweek: Michael Arrington to Launch ‘Personal’ Blog
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer: Marie Claire Editor Abigail Pesta Will Lead Tina Brown's Women's Initiative
Latoya Peterson / Poynter: In TechCrunch world, readers value interpretation as much as information
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Inside the Globe Lab: Building the tools to make the Boston Globe's two-site strategy work — Why exactly does The Boston Globe need a lab? I ask not out of Lab sensitivity (in that “we had one before labs were cool” way), but in the practical sense. Most newspapers aren't known for spending …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest, beta.boston.com and Future of Journalism
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
Netflix Exec Says Company And Consumers Becoming More TV-Centric — Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos says the company ran into trouble today with its forecasts for streaming video and DVD rental subscriptions because it's still adjusting to the decision in July to turn them into separate products.
Cotton Delo / AdAge:
Gap Sponsors New Partnership Between GetGlue, Entertainment Weekly — GetGlue Users Who Check in to EW-Recommended TV Series Can Claim a 40% Discount at Retailer — Social-networking site GetGlue is adding a new dimension to its existing partnership with Entertainment Weekly …
Discussion: Adweek, Thanks:dorothy_jean
Emma Bazilian / Adweek: GetGlue, ‘EW,’ and the Gap Want to Reward You for Watching TV Tune into ‘New Girl,’ get 40 …
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Former ‘Newsweek’ Editor Meacham Joins ‘Time,’ Officially — In April, Adweek reported that ex-Newsweek editor Jon Meacham switched teams and wrote his first cover story for Time magazine. Now, Meacham and Time have made their relationship official: He's joined the magazine as a contributing editor.
Jon Meacham / Time: In God We Trust
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Freedom of the press applies to everyone — yes, even bloggers — If there's one thing that events such as the recent riots in Britain and protests in California have shown, it's that mobile devices and social tools like Twitter and YouTube have effectively made everyone into a journalist …
Discussion: Chicago Sun Times and The Huffington Post, Thanks:mathewi
Natasha Korecki / Chicago Sun Times: Judge casts doubt on ACLU challenge to law forbidding audio recording of cops
Joseph Erbentraut / The Huffington Post: Judge: Allowing Citizens To Record Police In Public Violates Cops' Privacy
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
News.me finally gets its wings — but can it fly? — As the flow of information from social networks and other digital sources like Twitter continues to increase, the need to have that river of data filtered and “curated” also increases. That has produced a growing crop of curation …
Discussion: AllThingsD, CyberJournalist.net and Mashable!, more at Techmeme »
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD: It's Called Google Propeller and It's Aimed at Flipboard (and Facebook Too, Natch)
Charlie White / Mashable!: Google Propeller Social News Sharing App to Compete Against Flipboard [REPORT]
Amy Wicks / WWD:
Changes Coming to Condé Nast — MASTHEAD UPHEAVAL: Publishing changes are on the horizon at Condé Nast, and all eyes are on Brides. Rumors have been circling the title for a while but sources insist Carolyn Kremins, vice president and publisher, is expected to move …
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: Rumor Mill Cranks at Condé
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
Vice Media to Expand Offerings of Video Entertainment on Its Site — Vice Media, a company that produces things like documentary films profiling Liberian war lords and albums by the Black Lips, has decided to go old-school media. — On Thursday, the company, perhaps best known …
Discussion: The New York Observer
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer: Morning Links: Vice Is Not a Magazine
Zachary Lichaa / Business Insider:
AOL's Next Attempt At Social Networking Is Bebo-Meets-Patch — Is AOL about try social networking again? — Earlier this month AOL filed five applications with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) designed to enhance the company's online local and community based service offerings.
Discussion: What's Trending …
Matthew Arevalo / What's Trending with Shira Lazar: Is NVIBE AOL's New Social Network?