Wednesday, April 15, 2009

This week's topic links

MSNBC FirstRead: "First Thoughts: Tea Time"

Fox News "Fox Forum" blog: "Note to the Media -- Just Do Your Job and Cover the Tea Parties"

Official Site of the Tax Day Tea Party organizers

Kansas City Star "Prime Buzz" site: "Bring Back the Fairness Doctrine? A Tea Party Day debate"

Henry Blodget's Business Insider blog: "Steve Brill to Save Newspapers"

Ryan Tate on Gawker: "Why Newspapers Shouldn't Buy What Steven Brill is Selling"

The New York Times: "Associated Press Seeks More Control of Content on Web"

Maureen Dowd in the New York Times: "Dinosaur at the Gate" -- her conversation with Google CEO Eric Schmidt

Media Bistro's FishbowlDC feed: "The Washington Times A-Section Debuts Citizen Journalism"

Riverfront Times: "Post-Dispatch Put Sylvester Brown on Paid Leave over Alleged Pay-to-Play, Till Today When He Said, See Ya"

The Post-Dispatch statement (as posted on Poynter Online)

KBIA and KOMU win regional Murrow Awards for small market radio and TV

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