Wednesday, April 20, 2011

This week's topic links

2011 Pulitzers Honor Best "Print" Journalism

Eric Ernst, Sarasota Herald-Tribune: "Pulitzer board took notice, not lawmakers"

Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein, ProPublica: "The Wall Street Money Machine"

Mark Johnson, Kathleen Gallagher, Gary Porter, Lou Saldivar and Alison Sherwood, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "One In a Billion: A boy's life, a medical mystery" (Sherwood is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism)

Three Cups of Deception?

Steve Croft, 60 Minutes, CBS News: "Questions over Greg Mortenson's stories"

Jon Krakauer, Byliner Originals: "Three Cups of Deceipt"

Gail Schontzler, Bozeman Daily Chronicle: "Mortenson under fire from '60 Minutes' -- Bozeman philanthopist denies allegations"

Nicholas D. Kristof, The New York Times: "'Three Cups of Tea,' Spilled"

Koch Uses Google to Refute Story

John Aloysius Farrell, Center for Public Integrity: "Koch's web of influence"

Keach Hagey, Politico's On Media blog: "Koch buys ads claiming 'bias' in CPI story"

Koch Industries, Inc., "Responding to Slanted Journalism at the Center for Public Integrity" (Readers are taken to this page when they search Google for "Center for Public Integrity" and click on the first, sponsored link.)

U.S. News & World Report, John A. Farrell's opinion pieces for the publication.

Spencer MacColl, Center for Responsive Politics: "Capital Rivals: Koch Brothers vs. George Soros"

HuffPo Lawsuit Rests on Questionable Theory

Matthew Ingram, GigaOm, Bloomberg Businessweek: "Arianna Huffington: Slave Owner or Crowdsourcing Pioneer?"

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