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8:35 AM ET, August 8, 2012

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Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Women's Magazines Lead Overall Decline in Newsstand Sales  —  Consumers are shying away from impulse buys and the magazine industry is feeling the pinch.  —  According to data released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations Tuesday morning, overall paid and verified circulation of magazines declined slightly …
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Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Judge orders Oracle, Google to disclose paid journalists and bloggers  —  In a surprise order, U.S. District Judge William Alsup said “the court is concerned” that Oracle and Google may have hired authors to comment about their ongoing court case.  Now, Judge Alsup wants the parties to submit a list of their paid propagandists.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Romney's VP Selection Process Prompts Memories Of Veepstakes Past  —  NEW YORK — In July 1988, CNN's John King was camped outside the home of Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis when he got a sign the Democratic presidential nominee had just picked a running mate.
Discussion: ABCNEWS
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Demand Media Beats Q2 Expectations, With Revenue Up Strongly; Also Names New President  —  Santa Monica, Calif.-base Demand Media beat earnings expectations today, with a strong revenue performance up 17 percent in the second quarter and a small profit.  —  The social content company …
Douglas Martin / New York Times:
Judith Crist, Zinging and Influential Film Critic, Dies at 90  —  Judith Crist, one of America's most widely read film critics for more than three decades and a provocative presence in millions of homes as a regular reviewer on the “Today” show, died Tuesday at her home in Manhattan.  She was 90.
Linda Holmes / NPR:
Good Business, Bad Quality: How NBC Is Both Right And Wrong On The Olympics  —  The following exchange has played out over and over in the last ten days:  —  Point: “NBC's coverage of the Olympics stinks, because everything is tape-delayed and cut to shreds, and also the announcers are awful …
Discussion: business.time.com and Poynter
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Obama Is an Avid Reader, and Critic, of the News  —  WASHINGTON — A few months after President Obama's $787 billion economic stimulus package passed, he began to notice news reports, but not about the jobs the bill might create or how much of the country's infrastructure it would repair.
Discussion: The Caucus
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Mayer Will Extend Free Food to NYC Too, While “What Is Yahoo?”  Question Is Hereby Banish'd  —  New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer descended on two of its New York offices today, declaring that she would summarily be granting free food to all there as she had recently done to much acclaim at its Silicon Valley HQ.
Discussion: Business Insider
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
BBC's Olympics Broadcasts Focus on Live Coverage  —  While some American television viewers are grumbling about the retro feel to NBC's London Olympics coverage, with tape-delayed broadcasts of the opening ceremony and other events, audiences in Britain are getting a more contemporary — even futuristic — TV Games.
Peter Preston / Guardian:
Digital-only Financial Times would still be a difficult trick to perform  —  As digital FT subscriptions outstrip its newspaper circulation, the printed version seems doomed, but the numbers don't add up  —  There's a predictable buzz of futurology as the FT announces that its digital …
Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
New York Times launches US election Tumblr  —  The Agenda is the first Tumblr blog from the New York Times that is not image-driven and is integrated into the news site  —  The New York Times has launched a Tumblr blog “focussed on key issues leading up to the presidential election in November”.
Thanks:@jorcohen
Dominic Patten / Deadline.com:
CNN Sinks To 20-Year Weekly Primetime Low  —  Primetime is not good news for CNN lately.  Amidst having its least watched month in primetime in two decades in May and the lowest rated month in total viewers in 10-years in April, CNN has now hit a 20-year all time primetime weekly low.
Tomer Ovadia / Politico:
Peter King ‘tired’ of media bashing leak bill  —  House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King said Tuesday he's “tired” of the media criticizing legislation to prevent leaks, accusing them of being “afraid that they will lose their sources in the intelligence committee.”
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Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post:
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Discussion: Eater National, Politico and BuzzFeed
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
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Guardian:
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Jerry Barmash / FishbowlNY:
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Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine:
Times Photographer Roughed Up by NYPD Just Wants His Stuff Back
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Report: Journatic lays off staff
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
The New Yorker Lands On the iPhone, with Help from Lena Dunham and Jon Hamm