Wednesday, June 17, 2009

This week's topic links

BBC News: "New protests over Iran elections"

Nazila Fathi and Alan Cowell, The New York Times: "Bracing for New Protests, Iran Issues Media Warning"

Joe Strupp, Editor & Publisher: "Top News Outlets Scramble to Get Full Story Out of Iran"

Strupp, E&P: "Keller of 'NYT' in Iran: 'The Iranians Watch Us Closely'"

Howard Kurtz, Meadia Backtalk Blog on The Washington Post: Kurtz defends CNN's weekend coverage of Iranian protests

Brian Stelter, Media Decoder blog, The New York Times: "CNN Reacts to Critics of Iran Coverage"

Henry Blodget, Silicon Alley Insider blog: "Sorry, There's No Way to Save the TV Business"

James Poniewozik, "Does a 10 p.m. Nightline Make Sense?"

Richard Perez-Pena, The New York Times: "A.P. in Deal to Share Investigative Work From Nonprofit Groups"

Paul Chesser, The American Spectator blog: "Associated Press Leaps More Leftward"

K. Daniel Glover, Accuracy in Media: "The Future of Conservative Journalism"

Jackson Van Derbeken, San Francisco Chronicle: "Student argues for shield law protection" (an update from previous Views topic)

And here's something entertaining to leave you with: Conan O'Brien (new host of The Tonight Show) unveils a new comedy bit called the "Twitter Tracker."

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