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11:35 PM ET, April 27, 2013

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Patrick Gavin / Politico:
Obama slings arrows, jokes at White House Correspondents' Dinner 2013  —  The White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday night provided President Barack Obama with a chance to take some shots at those things in Washington that rub him the wrong way - all under the guise of “humor.”
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Philip Bump / The Atlantic Wire:
Don't Call It ‘Nerd Prom’: A White House Correspondents' Dinner Guest Analysis  —  On Saturday night, Washington's media elite and the government they cover will sit down together for a meal, lots of drinks, and a few tame jokes.  The annual event is formally known as the White House Correspondents' Dinner …
Discussion: Gawker, Mediaite and LAist
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
White House Correspondents' Association dinner isn't costly, but the parties are  —  Figure on paying big time for a semi-glamorous locale; an embassy will do (but only one for a major country).  Then, add in food and booze — about $100 a head.  Plus entertainment, security, cleanup, insurance.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Koch Brothers Media Strategy, Political Agenda Raise Concerns Over Tribune Ownership  —  NEW YORK — In a July 2010 profile, David Koch told New York magazine that the “radical press is coming after me and Charles,” a reference to his older brother and other half of the billionaire duo that's given tens …
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David Folkenflik / NPR:
Koch Brothers Could Buy Tribune Papers To Add Media Division
Alexander C. Kaufman / FishbowlNY:
AOL Music Shuttered, Staff Laid Off [Updated]  —  AOL has shuttered its AOL Music division and laid off its staff, according to pink-slipped employees on Twitter.  —  Spinner.com, a rock-music news site under the AOL Music banner, announced suddenly on Thursday afternoon that it was shutting down.
Michael McLaughlin / The Huffington Post:
Cambridge Police Department's Twitter Strategy Tested By Boston Bombing Manhunt  —  Anyone in Cambridge, Mass., who sees flashing lights or hears sirens need only log onto the police department's Twitter account to find out what's going on.  —  Bank robberies, fights, downed trees …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Jim Romenesko:
Meet Michelle Boatley, fake Thomson Reuters legal publication reporter  —  A few years ago, Boatley was cranking out stories left and right — short pieces about law firm layoffs, merger deals, and firm expansions.  —  Then she vanished.  —  People who knew the secret about Boatley thought she had been killed — by her editors.
Discussion: Gawker
Allie Grasgreen / Inside Higher Ed:
College newspapers turn to student fees for funding  —  While declining print readership and advertising revenue started prompting layoffs and paper shrinkage at professional newspapers decades ago, campus publications managed to stave off those financial woes for a while.
Discussion: College Media Matters
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
Glenn Beck on the CNN ‘Pit of Despair’ and Why He Got Out of Cable TV  —  Glenn Beck thinks the television industry as we know it is dying, but that's not why he left it to start his own digital network, The Blaze.  He's making a lot more money now than he did at Fox News, but that wasn't it either.
Discussion: TVNewser, The Raw Story and Mediaite
David Folkenflik / NPR:
China Seeks Soft Power Influence in U.S. Through CCTV … At a time when so many major American news organizations are cutting back, foreign news agencies are beefing up their presence abroad and in the U.S. One of the biggest new players arrives from China and, more likely than not, can be found on a television set near you.
Jeff John Roberts / GigaOM:
Banned in China: Bloomberg and New York Times say they had no choice  —  Media outlets operating in China face an unpleasant dilemma: self-censor or else lose access to millions of readers and a valuable news market.  Both the New York Times and Bloomberg News chose the second option, and don't regret the decision.
Philip Ball / Nature:
Crowdsourcing in manhunts can work  —  Despite mistakes over the Boston bombers, social media can help to find people quickly.  —  The social news website Reddit was left red-faced last week after misidentifying suspects in the bombings at the Boston Marathon in Massachusetts …
Discussion: Poynter
 
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Powerhouse reporter Bob Hennelly to leave WNYC; station suffers a digital divide
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
New Reality Show to Skip TV, Play Entirely on Social Media (EXCLUSIVE)
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine:
New York Times Going Back to Not Caring About Blogs
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