Erika Fry / CJR:
The Romenesko Saga — Some questions for Poynter about recent changes on its fabled site — Yesterday, Poynter's Julie Moos published a controversial post on the journalism institute's Romenesko+ blog, which she credited to my “sharp eye.” — Her post, which addressed “incomplete attribution” …
Kelly McBride / Poynter:
Poynter faculty respond to questions about Romenesko's practices, resignation — Given that Poynter is a school, with a faculty, it's probably no surprise to anyone that we don't agree on the severity of Jim Romenesko's attribution transgressions. And nobody's telling us to keep quiet either.
Discussion: O'Reilly Radar
Jim Romenesko and the case of the missing quote marks — Jim Romenesko will never be anything other than a hero of Web journalism to me. For what seems like the entire history of the form, Romenesko has been culling the work of media reporters and posting them to the Poynter.org site, complete with often-insightful summations.
Discussion: Speakeasy, Washington Post, Future of Journalism and Poynter
Alexandra Cheney / Speakeasy: Romenesko Didn't Need to Resign, Poynter Boss Says
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Romenesko leaves Poynter after (ridiculous) conflict over quotes
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Romenesko resigns after 12 years at Poynter — After twelve years of blogging at Poynter, Jim Romenesko has submitted his resignation and I have accepted it. Jim has decided he's ready for a fresh start now — seven weeks before he was scheduled to become a part-time employee and start his own blog.
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab, B2B Memes, Media Decoder, Adweek, @journerdism, @pkafka, Reflections of a Newsosaur, The Atlantic Wire, @jeffjarvis, You Don't Say, Media Nation, CJR, @carr2n, Free Press, @romenesko, The Buttry Diary, The Huffington Post, College Media Matters, EdCone.com, Recovering Journalist, The Awl, @kevinpurdy, @jayrosen_nyu and Boing Boing
Mark Coddington / Nieman Journalism Lab: This Week in Review: Romenesko's exit turns ugly, and Google+ is open for business
John Bethune / B2B Memes: Ethics Must Come from the Heart As Well As the Head
Emma Bazilian / Adweek: Jim Romenesko Resigns from Poynter
Will Sullivan / @journerdism: Disgusted how petty so many people are being about @Romenesko bowing out 7 weeks early, especially towards @Poynter & @JulieMMoos.
Peter Kafka / @pkafka: Unable to fathom Poynter Romenesko kerfuffle, except that from what I can tell it is *not* a parody. I think.
Adam Clark Estes / The Atlantic Wire: Media Critics Rush to Defend Jim Romenesko's Right to Quote
Jeff Jarvis / @jeffjarvis: Yo, @romenesko. Many stand behind you with gratitude for your chronicling of our era of change. You can quote me. Without quotation marks.
John McIntyre / You Don't Say: A sad business — I am a strict constructionist about direct quotations.
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation: Jim Romenesko and the perils of aggregation
Justin Peters / CJR: Jim Romenesko Leaves Poynter
David Carr / @carr2n: We all know @Romenesko could not be bought, rented or spun. So he gets pilloried for lack of quote marks? Stay classy, Poynter.
@romenesko: Poynter has accepted my resignation. Thanks to all for the incredible support today. http://t.co/rUevIN7S
Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary: Jim Romenesko's offense was punctuation; Poynter shouldn't have called it plagiarism
Melissa Jeltsen / The Huffington Post: Famed Media Blogger Quits After Site Publishes Post Critical Of Attribution
Mark Potts / Recovering Journalist: In Defense of Jim Romenesko
Choire Sicha / The Awl: The Intolerable Evolution of Poynter's “Romenesko+”
Kevin Purdy / @kevinpurdy: God save Proper Journalism™. @romenesko resigns from @Poynter after made-up attribution scandal: http://t.co/F7MoZA0E
Jay Rosen / @jayrosen_nyu: Romenesko resigns from @Romenesko. This is not an intelligent state of affairs. http://t.co/g3QaJhyO
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing: Romenesko resigns from Poynter
Jim Romenesko's resignation, and a scooped reporter
Jim Romenesko's resignation, and a scooped reporter
Discussion: Poynter and paidContent
Adam Hochberg / Poynter: Jim Romenesko's departure sparks strong reaction, criticism
Holding aggregators to journalistic standards
Holding aggregators to journalistic standards
Discussion: MediaShift, Online Journalism Review, CJR, Journalism.co.uk, Gawker, NetNewsCheck Latest, FishbowlNY, Snarkmarket, bookforum.com and Melville House Books
Robert Niles / Online Journalism Review: Banging my head against the computer screen
Craig Silverman / CJR: Some Thoughts on the Romenesko Affair
Lauri Apple / Gawker: Beloved Media Blogger Resigns Over Made-Up Controversy
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: The Best Romenesko Reactions
Robin Sloan / Snarkmarket: Snark and bile and something worse
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
Texas newspaper begins printing Twitter, Facebook contacts with each story — The Monitor of McAllen, Texas, is turning reporters loose to act like real people on social networks, relaxing traditional concerns about objectivity and formality. — The paper, with a daily circulation …
Discussion: ZDNet, NetNewsCheck Latest and Future of Journalism
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Can A Twitter Account Be A Company Trade Secret? — There has been an ongoing tug-of-war between journalists and publishers over who gets to keep digital possessions after a break-up. The debate took a new twist this week after a court issued a ruling in the case of a tech reporter who walked …
Jennifer Van Grove / VentureBeat: The case of the “stolen” Twitter account
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Company Sues Ex-Employee Because He Kept His Personal Twitter Account & Followers
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: Who really owns TV talent's social media accounts?
Cynthia Boris / Marketing Pilgrim: Are Twitter Followers a Company Asset?
Post by Venkat Balasubramani / Technology & …: Courts Says Employer's Lawsuit Against Ex-Employee Over Retention and Use of Twitter Account …
Noah Brier / Noah Brier dot Com: Who Owns Your Persona? — I've been waiting for something like this to happen:
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Logitech CEO: Google TV ‘cost us dearly,’ no Revue replacement coming — Yesterday, Logitech hosted an Analyst and Investor Day and during his remarks, CEO Guerrino De Luca pulled absolutely no punches in describing the “mistakes” the company made with its Logitech Revue Google TV set top box.
Discussion: CNET News, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, BGR, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Electronista, PC Magazine, Business Insider, ZDNet, Forbes, Gadget Lab, GMSV, Jonny Evans's blog, Fortune, Gizmodo UK, The Loop, MacRumors, GigaOM, Engadget, Mashable!, SlashGear, Pocket-lint, Multichannel and parislemon, more at Techmeme »
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Logitech confesses to ‘gigantic’ mistake with Google TV
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch: Logitech Falls Prey To Google's Beta Mentality, To The Tune Of $100 Million
Todd Haselton / BGR: Logitech CEO: Google TV was ‘a mistake’ that ‘cost us dearly’
Jessica Guynn / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Logitech says Google TV was a ‘big mistake’
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Logitech CEO Calls Its Google TV Box a ‘Mistake’
Brian Caulfield / Forbes: Logitech Chief Won't Sugarcoat It: Smart TV Effort ‘Cost Us Dearly.’
Mike Isaac / Gadget Lab: Dissed by Logitech, Google TV Soldiers On
JP Mangalindan / Fortune: Today in Tech: How Sony plans to take on Apple
Matt Alexander / The Loop: ∞ Google's relationship issues
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM: Logitech's Google TV failure: Too much, too soon
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Logitech's new CEO sees the failures of the Revue clearly in hindsight and doesn't plan a sequel
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Sony Prepping a “Different Kind of TV”
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Logitech to let Revue die out, no replacement coming
Ben Crompton / Pocket-lint: Revue axed: No more Google TV for Logitech
Todd Spangler / Multichannel: Logitech Kills Google TV-Based Set-Top
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Dozens of Jobs Cut at CNN; New York, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Miami, LA Staffers Pink-Slipped — Breaking: Layoff notices are being handed out across CNN/U.S. today. Photographers, editors and other staffers in Atlanta, New York, Washington, DC, Los Angeles and Miami are being let go.
Discussion: Mediaite and mediabistro.com
Donya Blaze / mediabistro.com: Breaking: Dozens of Jobs Cut at CNN
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Kindle Fire Will Have Hulu Plus App, Too — When Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) announced the new Nook Tablet on Monday, it appeared to have an app-vantage over the Kindle Fire: Hulu Plus. Now Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) has announced that the Kindle Fire, too, will have Hulu Plus, and the ESPN (NYSE …
Discussion: mediabistro.com, Forbes, Bits, ZDNet, Fast Company, AllThingsD and TechCrunch, more at Techmeme »
Eric Savitz / Forbes: Amazon Wants To Watch Me Unbox My Kindle Fire
David Streitfeld / Bits: Before the Kindle Fire, Some Misfires
Ricardo Bilton / ZDNet: Kindle Fire nabs support for ESPN ScoreCenter and Hulu Plus
Nidhi Subbaraman / Fast Company: Kindle Fire Apps Include Hulu Plus And ESPN, Court Wants Twitter Data On WikiLeaks Case …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD: Kindle Fire Adds Hulu Plus to Video Lineup
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Hulu Plus Will Compete With Amazon Instant Video On The Kindle Fire
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
ABC: Copies transfer from Independent sees i score biggest increase — A transfer of bulk copies from the Independent to sister title i saw the compact daily storm ahead with the biggest increase across the board — The Independent's smaller sister title i recorded the biggest monthly increase …
Discussion: Media Week, Press Gazette, Guardian, Guardian and Journalism.co.uk
Mark Sweney / Guardian: Mail on Sunday returns above 2m
News of the World lawyer Tom Crone expected to face censure — Parliamentary committee likely to characterise James Murdoch as ill-informed rather than mendacious — The parliamentary committee investigating phone hacking at the News of the World is expected to heavily criticise Tom Crone …
Discussion: Media & Entertainment, The Huffington Post and Prof Chris Daly's Blog
Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post: James Murdoch Dodges A Bullet
Profdaly / Prof Chris Daly's Blog: “Things went wrong. . .”
Jon Friedman / MarketWatch:
CNN.com wants world domination — Commentary: 'We're shooting for bigger fish than MSNBC and Fox' — NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — CNN.com doesn't worry too much these days about thwarting the websites of its cable-television rivals, the Fox News Channel and MSNBC. — CNN.com wants world domination.
Discussion: Inside Cable News