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AP Exec: “To the Untrained Eye It Looks Like We’re Stupid”

Video of the Day: Tina Fey Channels Steve Jobs

Can Universal Music Run Its Own Hulu? It’s Going to Try.

Los Angeles Times Staff: Fake News Story “Embarrassing and Demoralizing”

It’s Official: YouTube, Universal Music Launching New Video Site

Amazon Attacks BlackBerry Owners’ Credit Cards With New Mobile App

Los Angeles Times Outsources Reporting to NBC, and Hopes You Notice

Wall Street Journal Promises New Pay Sites, Someday

Big Music: Cheaper Music Coming to iTunes. Trust Us.

Cable’s Pay-Per-Byte Plan Finds a Foe in Congress

A Little Boost for Joost: Mobile Ads on the iPhone

Newsflash: Beatles Still Not for Sale Online

Now Available at iTunes: Price Hikes for Music

AP Shakes Fist at Google, Tells Internet to Get Off Its Damn Lawn

“SouthPark” to NetFlix, “Stripes” to YouTube?

Meet Podcasting’s New Star: Radio Refugee Adam Carolla

News Corp. Gives a “Wolverine” Review a Thumbs Down. Way, Way Down.

Here’s a Real Google-Twitter Story: Google Turns Tweets Into Ad Dollars

The NCAA Blows the Whistle on Twitter’s “March Tweetness”

Hulu Makes Room for a Third: Disney Deal Coming Soon

No Joke: The Onion Wins One of Journalism’s Biggest Awards

Forbes Cuts Pay, Condé Nast Cuts Jobs

Video Site Veoh Cuts Staff, Boots CEO, Bets on Browser Plug-in

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald