Wednesday, May 13, 2009

This week's topic links

NOT discussed on-air but worth reading;

Victor Pickard, Josh Stearns & Craig Aaron, "Saving the News: Toward a National Journalism Strategy"

Lauren Rich Fine, "Non-For-Profit Isn't a Business Model For Newspapers"

David Kaplan, "New Study Probes What Readers Will Pay For Beyond Financial News"

PriceWaterhouseCoopers: "Moving into multiple business models: outlook for newspaper publishing in the Digital Age"

Richard Perez-Pena, The New York Times: "Few TV Reports on Audience Flight"

On the show today:

Zach Baron, The Village Voice: "NPR Censors Its Own Review of Outrage, Cites 'Old-Fashioned' and Quite Possibly Dishonest Policy"

Dan Zak, The Washington Post: "'Outrage' Drags Politics' Conservative Wingtips Out of the Closet"

Beth Reinhard, The Miami Herald: "New film doesn't 'out' Gov. Crist"

Glenn Greenwald, Salon: "Roxana Saberi's plight and American media propaganda"

David Mark, Politico: "New push to bring cameras in Supreme Court"

James Rainey, Los Angeles Times; "Thomas L. Friedman and the high cost of speaking"

Steve Kolowich, The Chronicle of Higher Education: "Alumni Try to Rewrite History on College-Newspaper Web Sites"

Beverly G. Rivera, Columbia Missourian: "School of Journalism to require iPod touch or iPhone for students"

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