Tuesday, July 7, 2009

This week's topic links

David Hinckley, New York Daily News: "Media just responding to Michael Jackson fans' demands with Staples Center memorial coverage"

T.J. Greaney, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Families' pain needn't be broadcast"

Shai Oster and Gordon Fairclough, The Wall Street Journal: "Deadly Ethnic Riots Pose Fresh Crisis for Beijing"

Jane Macartney, The Times of London: "China takes control of news agenda after Uighurs riot in Urumqi"

Al-Jazeera English: "Uighur exiles deny China riot claim"

Jad Mouawad, The New York Times: "Newspaper Apologizes for Seeming to Sell Access"

Michael Calderone, Politico: "Weymouth: WaPo launches internal review"

James Rainey, The Los Angeles TImes: "Journalism 'salons' needn't be hair-raising"

Todd S. Purdum, Vanity Fair: "It Came from Wasilla"

Peter Kafka, All Things Digital Blog: "Sarah Palin Is a Hit for Vanity Fair. But She's No Jessica Simpson--Or Miley Cyrus!"

Eric Boehlert, Media Matters for America: "Palin, the press, and her "no mas" moment"

Drew Griffin and Kathleen Johnston, CNN.com: "Palin: 'I am not a quitter; i am a fighter'"

Ed Bark, Uncle Barky's blog: "Sarah Palin and CNN? Far-fetched maybe, but betcha someone's thought about it"

Felix Gillette, The New York Observer: "Palin to Punditry? Probably Not"

Jonathon Braden, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Show of Support: Protesters line up outside TV station"

Pepper protest video shot by the Tribune's Gerik Parmele:

Maureen McCollum, KBIA News: "Fans Try to Save 'Pepper and Friends'"

Emily Ponder, Columbia Missourian: "'Pepper and Friends' supporters gather to protest the show's cancellation"

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