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New York Times to the Web: Hands Off Our “T”!

Upside at the Washington Post: At Least Web Ads Didn’t Disappear Last Quarter

Ballmer on Yahoo Search Deal: “Blah, Blah, Blah”

Ticketmaster Makes Up With Bruce Springsteen–And His Fans

Apple’s Upsell: The iTunes Pass

Jeff Bezos Sells the Kindle to Jon Stewart: “We’d Make It Cheaper If We Could”

Media Mogul Steve Rattner Goes to Washington, Where He Won’t Be Car Czar

Murdoch Addresses the Troops After Chernin Leaves: Time to “Streamline”

Rupert Murdoch Loses His Lieutenant: Peter Chernin Leaving News Corp.

Not Breaking News: Steve Jobs Not Coming Back to Work Early

Oscar’s YouTube No-Show

How Much Is Your Favorite Blog Worth? Less Than It Was a Year Ago (Maybe).

Say Goodbye to Hollywood: Gawker Valleywags Defamer

Nostalgia Trip of the Day: Web 1.0 Buzzwords That Won’t Go Away

New York Times Battens Hatches, Drops Dividend

Google’s Plan to Save Newspapers: Make Them Look Better

No One Likes Web Ads. What About Web Ads That Look Like Magazine Ads?

Did Big Cable Force Hulu Off Boxee?

CBS: Things Are Bad, But We Can Pay Our Bills; Dividend Slashed

Why Did Hulu Disappear From CBS’s Because It Can.

YouTube=MTV 2.0. Time to Turn That Into a Business

Comcast’s Customers Give The Cable Guy the Boot

On the Web, the New York Times Really Is the Paper of Record

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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