The Ticker: ABC News Now, Dobbs, iCast…

By Brian 

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> Glenn Garvin describes what really happened when Keith Olbermann took the stage at the TCA press tour…

> “A state prosecutor has been fired for sharing audio tapes and other evidence in a murder case with the CBS news show ’48 Hours Mystery,'” the Boston Globe reports…

> Wednesday on the second anniversary of ABC News Now, ABC’s digital channel was on the air first with the news of the Andrea Yates verdict. “ABCNEWS.com broke the news at 1:06 p.m. ahead of CNN.com and MSNBC.com,” an insider says… Update: 11:09pm: Court TV televised the Yates proceedings live and was already on the air at 1:03pm as the verdict was announced. And MSNBC.com says it published a breaking news banner and e-mail before ABCNews.com…

> Raw Story: “A conservative Congressman has lashed out in his blog at CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, for seeking ‘the ‘softer’ side of terrorists…'”

> Lou Dobbs is a hit on YouTube: This video, of Dobbs’ conversation with Jeffrey Toobin about Bush’s signing statements, reached the site’s most-watched list on Wednesday…

> “CBS Radio News will debut a newscast/podcast, dubbed the ‘iCast,'” today, Billboard Radio Monitor. It’s the brainchild of correspondent Chris Mavridis, and it’s geared toward 18 to 34 year olds…

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