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Happy belated birthday to J.P. Freire, on-time birthday wishes to John Mercurio. What know and what we’re reading this Thursday morning…
Former Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD) penned an op-ed on health care in WSJ, invoking the late Senator Ted Kennedy, writing, “There is no doubt about the consequences of failure.” (h/t Wake-Up Call)
Peter Osnos asks “Do You Subscribe to Fox News?”
Did Rachel Maddow infect 30 Rock with swine flu?
And our favorite TVNewser post possibly ever.
Politics is still all the rage on the web- The Wrap breaks down top political sites’ traffic in 2009 (h/t Politico, who makes the cut).
A recent study found that primetime on the Internet is 11pm.
Examiner.com, owned now by Philip Anschutz’s Clarity Media Group, is apparently about to purchase Citizen-J site NowPublic for a cool $25 million.
President Obama is taking his argument for a health care plan to a new place: Rodale magazines, where he or his wife appear on coming covers of Prevention, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and the new publication Children’s Health (via NYT).
A preview, courtesy of NYT, of Senator Kennedy’s memoir “True Compass” due out this fall.
More details, via TVNewser, on Walter Cronkite’s Memorial Service at Lincoln Center in NY next Wednesday.
And if you haven’t already, a must-read… VF‘s Levi Johnson: “Me and Mrs. Palin.”
Congrats to TWT on the SPJ Award of Excellence in the Public Service Category for its multimedia investigative report, “Disposable Heroes” by Audrey Hudson, photographer Rod Lamkey and videographer Alex Wilson. TWT was presented this award at 2008 Sigma Delta Chi Awards event this past week in Indianapolis.
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