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USA Today is also publishing two Michael Jackson commemorative publications- a 96-page glossy “Michael Jackson: King of Pop” and a 40-page tabloid “Michael 1958-2009″. Purchasing dets here.
Regardless, our favorite recent Facebook status- Chuck Todd: “RIP Billy Mays, the secret to his success? The beard!”
Magazine editors scrambled to get Michael Jackson on their covers, including Time, Newsweek, In Touch Weekly, Entertainment Weekly, Ebony, Billboard, Rolling Stone and OK!. According to the AP, Time put out a 64-page edition, separate from its regular weekly issue, exclusively covering Jackson- this was Time’s first special edition since the 9/11 attacks.
Former embeds Scott Conroy and Shushannah Walshe’s book on Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has a title- “Sarah from Alaska: Inside the Political Arrival That Rocked American Politics- What Really Happened, What It Means, and What’s Next for Sarah Palin.”
LAT asks a good question- what is TMZ had been wrong about Jackson? “Has technology’s ability to deliver information at such a rapid pace corrupted us? It’s one thing to marvel at how social media sites have helped spread Iranian news that might otherwise have been censored; it’s quite another to become a culture that prizes speed over confirmed facts.” Read on here.
AP takes a look at the challenges foreign broadcasters face covering Iran.
WEST WING REPORTAGE
President Obama’s campaign scored two top prizes at Cannes Lions International Advertising Awards.
Also check out President Obama get interrupted yesterday by a quacking ringtone at an event at the White House.
HAT TIPS: mediabistro
JOBS after the jump…
Washingtonian.com is looking for interns.
Talking Points Memo has a number of jobs available in DC and NY. Check out the listings here.
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