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9:35 AM ET, August 28, 2012

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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
News Outlets Stay Alert but in Place  —  TAMPA, Fla. — As a huge storm churned toward New Orleans, the country's major television news divisions found themselves torn between covering two rapidly unfolding stories almost 700 miles apart.  —  In most cases, they were opting not to turn their anchors into storm chasers.
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Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
How reporters can beat the convention-hall wisdom  —  The media — all 15,000-plus reporters, photographers, editors, producers and assorted hangers-on who've descended on this unlovely, brutally humid old city — are having a nervous breakdown.  And you're invited to watch.
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
With Isaac Bearing Down, Networks Weigh Their Options
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Star Correspondents Bolt Tampa For NOLA, As Isaac Approaches
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Sun Times reviews Armstrong ‘liar and cheat’ libel payout  —  The Sunday Times has revealed that the terms of its costly 2004 legal settlement with Lance Armstrong are likely to be reviewed in the wake of news the cyclist will not contest doping charges against him.
Discussion: @joshhalliday
Associated Press:
Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks Suspect, Returns To Military Court  —  FORT MEADE, Md. — The case of an Army private accused of leaking classified information is returning to a military courtroom.  A three-day pretrial hearing begins Tuesday for Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is accused of sending hundreds …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Study: Most campaign coverage written by men  —  Seventy-six percent of articles about the GOP primary and 72 percent of articles about the presidential campaign were written by men, according to a press release from the Women's Media Center.  The Fourth Estate compiled the data …
Oliver Wright / The Independent:
Leveson witnesses are warned what to expect as report is finalised  —  All those lined up for criticism by Lord Justice Leveson have now been warned what to expect in his final report, The Independent understands.  In a sign that the long-running inquiry into press standards is nearing completion …
Discussion: Press Gazette
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Barnes & Noble Moves Away From Bookstores For UK Nook Launch: John Lewis Dept Store Named First Partner  —  More developments on Barnes & Noble's plans to launch its Nook devices in the UK, the first market outside of the U.S. to see the e-readers and tablets: today the company has announced …
Hazel Sheffield / CJR:
Pasadena publisher launches a system for outsourcing local news  —  “I'm looking for individuals I can pay a lower rate to do a lot of work,” says Journtent founder James Macpherson  —  A publisher in Pasadena, CA, who said he received death threats when he started hiring workers in India …
Discussion: Street Fight
Reuters:
Captured Turkish journalist appears on Syrian TV  —  A Turkish cameraman who went missing while reporting from Syria appeared on Monday in an interview with a pro-government Syrian television channel and said he had been seized by Syrian soldiers in the northern city of Aleppo.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Times-Picayune will face new print competitor on Saturdays  —  New Orleans Times-Picayune photojournalist John McCusker talks with CBS News' Mark Strassmann about what will happen to the paper after Sept. 30.  That's when, as Strassmann says, “the paper's management will cut its staff in half.
Discussion: New Orleans
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Shooting victim's brother criticizes media for ‘horrific journalism’  —  Paul Ercolino, whose brother Steven was killed outside the Empire State Building Friday, called in to New York's WFAN Monday to talk about his brother's love of sports.  He also criticized the media for using graphic images of his brother.
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Mitt Romney team of ‘Mad Men’ creates ads to sell nation on candidate  —  BOSTON — Now that Mitt Romney has amassed a couple hundred million dollars, it's largely up to an eclectic crew of self-described “Mad Men” to make good use of it.  —  A colorful team of advertising gurus …
Jim Romenesko:
Jonathan Krim is named MarketWatch acting editor  —  Jonathan Krim, who is currently WSJ.com senior deputy managing editor, becomes MarketWatch.com acting editor.  From the memo: … David Callaway left the MarketWatch editor-in-chief post last month to become USA Today's top editor.
 
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Luke Allnutt / Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:
With WikiLeaks On Ice, What Has Happened To All Those Digital Whistleblowers?
Discussion: Charlie Beckett
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Monday Q&A: Josh Miller on Branch, comments as content, and the state of online discourse
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Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed:
Can Websites Get Depressed?  —  Can social media sites …
Adrianne Jeffries / The Verge:
Hijacking the news: how hackers are manipulating the press from the inside out
Nilay Patel / The Verge:
Google discloses paid bloggers and journalists, says Stanford professor Mark Lemley is outside counsel
Discussion: Marketing Land