Morning Reading List, 08.13.07

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  • Who Owns What in Today’s Online Media

  • US public sees news media as biased, inaccurate, uncaring: poll

  • Deb Howell on the Post’s use of quotes.

  • When are you going to find out those NBC embed jobs? Keep waiting…

  • Why so many good writers are writing off magazines

  • With The Wall Street Journal and a new business network, Rupert Murdoch and Fox News chief Roger Ailes plan their next move: all-out war.

  • News Corp.’s deal puts pressure on New York Times

  • Clark Hoyt says “The fact is, The New York Times misspells names at a ferocious rate.”

  • New Media Meets Campus Media

  • Radio One Names New President

  • Al Jazeera struggles to be seen

  • Times’ Talking Heads Just Didn’t Cut It

  • The GOP YouTube Debate Is Back On

  • White Panel Discusses Black Issues

  • Murdoch taking aim at N.Y. Times

  • Scripps Buys User-Generated Site Incando

  • Big-media acquisitions roll on as Hearst snaps up Kaboodle

  • What’s going on over at Portfolio?

  • Gannett and Web P.R. 2.0

  • Newspapers are changing to suit readers’ tastes

  • Matt Drudge to “appear” at MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.

  • Adding Al Jazeera: How the Qatar-based news channel made its way onto the airwaves of Burlington, Vermont”

  • Murdoch sets his sights on big players

  • Zuckerman has doubts about print industry’s future.

  • When Mags Meet The Reaper

  • William Powers says that, although newspaper readership is declining, papers still retain the right kind of readers.

  • Craigslist’s CEO discusses the bottom line.

  • Charles Krauthammer on TNR & Scott Beauchamp (for a similar take, check out Ann Coulter’s latest column). Also, more reaction here.

  • Presidential Debate Video ‘Liberated’

  • Fight is on for campaign TV ad dollars

  • Equity Firm Invests in NBC Universal-News Corp. Online Venture

  • A reader points out that the Post’s Free-for-All section features the same “John P. Williams” letter as one printed in the Sunday Arts section (the Free for All section one was simply edited down).

  • Check out reports from the Journalism That Matters Conference.

  • Comcast Offers Early Look at Fancast.com

  • Names in the News Get a Way to Respond

  • Paid Content on the Net? Not if the Content’s News

  • AOL May Kill Their Netscape Digg Clone

  • The Hidden Cost of Newsroom Cuts

  • Join Poynter’s Al Tompkins for “25 Places to get Story Ideas: A NewsU/Poynter Webinar

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