Wednesday, December 15, 2010

This week's topic links

Week's Top Story (Mostly) NOT Celebrity Driven

Project for Excellence in Journalism: "PEJ News Coverage Index: December 6-12. A Taxing Week Fuels Economic Coverage"

Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Bill Schools Barack"

Lincoln Mitchell, The Huffington Post: "Obama, Clinton and Selling the Tax Deal"

Investor's Business Daily: "Obama's Stunt-Double Presidency"

The Dating Habits of Julian Assange

Jon Swaine, The Daily Telegraph: "WikiLeaks: Julian Assange's online dating profile: 'I am danger, acthung'"

Jen Doll, The Village Voice: "OKCupid Says Julian Assange Dating Profile 'Certainly Not a PR Stunt'"

Brian Braiker, ABC News: "Julian Assange: Activist, Outlaw...Sex Symbol?"

Tracy Quan, The Daily Beast: "Julian Assange, Chick Magnet?"

Michael Calderone, Yahoo! News: "Time's Readers Think Julian Assange Should Have Been Person of the Year"

David Carr, The New York Times: "WikiLeaks Taps Power of the Press"

Mole Leaks Embarrassing Fox News Memos

Ben Dimiero, Media Matters For America: "FOXLEAKS: Fox boss ordered staff to cast doubt on climate science"

Glynnis MacNicol, Business Insider: "Leaked Fox News Memo Reveals News Division Told to Echo GOP Talking Point"

News in the New Year

Nieman Journalism Lab: "Series: Predictions for Journalism 2011" "Twitter 2010: Year in Review"

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