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6:00 AM ET, September 24, 2012


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David Carr / New York Times:
Atlantic Covering Business World With Digital Quartz Site  —  Business titans are generally not prone to self-appraisal, and when they do take stock, it usually begins and ends with a list of their conquests.  —  David G. Bradley, the owner of Atlantic Media, has never been like that.
C.W. Anderson / Nieman Journalism Lab:   What happens when news organizations move from “beats” to “obsessions”?
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Village Voice Media Execs Acquire The Company's Famed Alt Weeklies, Form New Holding Company  —  A group of long-running alternative weekly newspapers is changing hands.  Village Voice Media Holdings — whose titles include the LA Weekly, Westword, and, yes, the Village Voice …
Iran readies domestic Internet system, blocks Google  —  (Reuters) - Iran plans to switch its citizens onto a domestic Internet network in what officials say is a bid to improve cyber security but which many Iranians fear is the latest way to control their access to the web.
Mona Zhang / FishbowlNY:
Patch Launches A More Social, More Mobile Site  —  In recent months, there's been much talk of the booming New York tech scene.  The city has the fastest growing tech sector in the nation, helped along by Mayor Bloomberg's pitch to entrepreneurs and his Made in NY Digital Map.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
State Dept. Blasts CNN For Using Dead Ambassador's Journal  —  NEW YORK — The State Department blasted CNN Saturday night for the network's handling of a personal journal belonging to late U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens, which was removed from the site of the deadly Sept. 11 consulate attack.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Guardian's chief investigator wants ISP tax to fund journalism  —  His reporting has helped expose arms payments by BAE, secret US government cable messages and lately has focused on News Corporation.  Now The Guardian's influential investigations editor and assistant editor is mooting …
Robert Weintraub / CJR:
The future of NFL Films looks bleak  —  With Steve Sabol's untimely death, there's no one to protect what he built from the cheapskates at NFL Network  —  Steve Sabol died on Tuesday from brain cancer at age 69.  The president of, and artistic sensibility behind, NFL Films since the late 1960s …
Rachel McAthy /
How ProPublica is using Facebook group for patient safety investigation  —  A look at how ProPublica is using its first Facebook group to generate conversation and establish a support network around its ongoing investigation into patient harm  —  Copyright: Image by jfcherry on Flickr.
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Philippe Dauman, the Man Who Would Be Redstone  —  FROM up in the carob trees come the strains of great movie themes: the sad hum of “Love Story,” the creepy lull of “Rosemary's Baby,” the jazzy screech of “Chinatown.”  Below, just outside the grand entrance of the building where Adolph Zukor …
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of all-access delight  —  Remember the first time you got cross-platform delight?  —  For me, it was when I started a second look at “Lost in Translation” on my TV, happened to click on my Netflix app while working out the next day, and was astounded to see the film paused precisely …
Doug Drinkwater / TabTimes:
The Financial Times marches to a different app drummer; embraces HTML5, Android, Windows 8  —  Rob Grimshaw is the managing director of  —  HTML5 pioneer and business news publisher The Financial Times talks about the future of web apps, its preference for Windows 8 over iOS …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The disappearing web: Information decay is eating away our history  —  One of the characteristics of the modern media age — at least for anyone who uses the web and social media a lot — is that we are surrounded by vast clouds of rapidly changing information, whether it's blog posts or news stories or Twitter and Facebook updates.
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Sara Morrison / CJR:
ProPublica reporter gets the Treme treatment  —  The show's third season will feature a character based on A.C. Thompson  —  A.C. Thompson's reporting on transgressions by the New Orleans police force in the wake of Hurricane Katrina led to an article in The Nation, a reporter position at ProPublica …
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