Morning Reading List, 08.14.07

Good morning Washington.

  • Nieman Watchdog on journalism’s showing at the Iowa straw poll.

  • Half of Web time spent viewing content: study

  • NBC ‘allows’ bloggers to use debate footage

  • From a release: “, an online portal that allows users to share, vote and comment on political video messages and then reports those findings to Congress, and National Journal Group, Washington’s leading publisher of political and policy news and information, today announced a partnership to promote voter engagement in political messaging.”

  • The media misses Mitt Romney’s YouTube moment

  • DCRTV: Not a fan of Paul Farhi. “Another pointless hour of the tiring and balding Paul Farhi and his dippy little radio-TV Q&A at the arrogant and clueless DC Post at 1 PM on Tuesday…..”

  • Insert “Flight of the Conchords” joke here: “New Zealand papers outsource editorial production

  • Fee content vs. free content

  • Gawker media…worth $52 million?

  • Ad Seeking Portfolio Web Host Suggests, ‘Think Tina Fey‘”

  • Reporters Told to Testify in Leak Case” (earlier on FishbowlDC)

  • Cox Center Releases 2006 Annual Survey Findings of Journalism and Mass Communication Graduates

  • Al Jazeera struggles to be seen

  • Uh-oh: Remember our Bill Plante quote from yesterday? Jeff Gannon says, “My book, due out in September contains several behind the scense glimpses of the cadaverous Plante as well as never before published insider information about the scandal that toppled Dan Rather.”

  • Pvt. Beauchamp: Proud of Being Ashamed?”

  • Gannett Launches Local Mobile Sites

  • The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is forced to relocate its black-tie fundraiser gala.

  • Dennis Miller’s Internet Bookmarks

  • Behind The GOP CNN/YouTube Move

  • The FT says “press ahead.”

  • [T]he Miss America Pageant has landed on Discovery-owned TLC network.”

  • Gannett, Lee Most Likely to Buy Dow Jones Local Media

  • Karl Rove and the Religion of the Washington Press

    Hat Tips: DCRTV, TVNewser, IWantMedia, Romenesko, MediaBistro, JournalismJobs, JournalismNext

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